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How two new court rulings are having a HUGE impact on the presidential election

By: Hans von Spakovsky | July 25, 2016

The same week that Republicans were formally nominating their 2016 presidential candidate in Cleveland, two different courts issued decisions, one positive and one negative, that may affect the security and integrity of the November election in Virginia and Texas. 2,390 more words

Politics

American Dictator in the Making

King, Pharaoh, or President?

Donald Trump’s gloom and doom messages in his presidential nominee’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC) were worthy of a dictator in the making. 123 more words

Shout Downs

Robredo calls for probe on rising extra judicial killings

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Image from Leni Robredo’s website

Vice President Leni Robredo urges authorities to start probes on extra judicial killings
There have been 71 deaths related to drugs since President Rodrigo Duterte’s inauguration

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to sack

 

a set of seven hand-painted wooden bowling pins in the form of clowns
photograph: Le Bonheur du Jour – Etsy

 

 

To sack someone means to dismiss someone from employment. 839 more words

Etymology

JedBarlett DoJ Scandal

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 12th, 2016

A scandal involving Senate Candidate Jed Barlett has exploded in the past few hours. It started when he made a document against plutocrats, and had a different opinion than other DOJ members. 84 more words

JUDICIAL

South Dakota Obligation Recovery Center To Go Live July 15, 2016

PIERRE, S.D. July 12, 2016 – The Bureau of Administration has announced that the Obligation Recovery Center, established by HB1228 during the 2015 Legislative Session, will go live on July 15, 2016, and start collecting bad debts on behalf of the State of South Dakota. 245 more words

South Dakota

from pillar to post

 

Christ before Pilate (1881), by Mihály Munkácsy (1844-1900)

 

 

This phrase means from one place to another in an unceremonious or fruitless manner.

Its earliest recorded form is from post to pillar in The Assembly of Gods, an anonymous dream-vision allegory most likely written in the early fourth quarter of the 15th century (it was initially attributed to John Lydgate (1370-1449) and dated 1420): 1,124 more words

Etymology