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Watch your Bangor News on WVII ABC 7 and WFVX Fox 22, ABC and Fox Affiliate in Bangor Maine... [Read More]
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With Empire actor Jussie Smollett now under arrest for allegedly staging his own hate crime, which originally shocked a lot of reporters into jumping to conclusions, his legal team said he, like everyone else, "enjoys the presumption of innocence." NEW: Statement from Jussie Smollett's legal team "we intend to conduct a thorough investigation and to mount... [Read More]
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The success of independent redistricting commissions and lawsuits challenging gerrymandering could hinge almost entirely on the views of the newest justice. [Read More]
As Sen. Susan Collins gears up to run for re-election next year, it's time to assess what she has accomplished over the past two years of majority Republican rule. I've just done my taxes and discovered that I owe $2,535 more than I paid last year as a result of her vote for massive tax cuts for the rich and increases for the rest of us. That same vote is also costing us huge increases in the deficit, leading to renewed Republican attacks on Social Security and Medicare. today's letters Coyotes play a vital roleAsylum seekers... [Read More]
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Yearbook-sourced scoops have become more appealing [as oppo research] after the Ralph Northam and Brett Kavanaugh stories. [Read More]
On September 4, at the outset of his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Brett Kavanaugh pledged that if he became the 114th Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, he would serve as a fair decider of the law. "A good judge must be an umpire—a neutral and impartial arbiter who favors... [Read More]
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Sen. Cory Booker (D.-N.J.) delivers a cup of coffee to Christine Blasey Ford when she was testifying at the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh. (Getty Images/Andrew Harnik--pool) [Read More]
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Yes, he is a Federalist, recommended by the Federalist Society. He has said one of the influential documents on the Constitution are the Federalist papers, with Federalist #10-Madison on factions his favorite. Federalist believe in a strong... [Read More]
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The confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh and the video of Covington Catholic High School students have launched many discussions about privilege. But private schools in the U.S. have long furthered the cause of democracy. [Read More]
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The faux president's comeback seems to have attracted mixed reaction among television viewers, many of whom took his words on "buddy" Brett Kavanaugh and Trump's presidential term perhaps too closely to heart. [Read More]
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Kavanaugh's first Supreme Court dissent is a mess of omissions and misrepresentations. [Read More]
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After a two-year hiatus, the Flagpole Radio Café was back in full swing with a special performance featuring Tom Leopold at the Edmond Town Hall on the evening of February 9. A line of eager attendees filled the lobby awaiting their tickets and then filed into the theater, where nearly every single seat was taken by showtime. Flagpole Radio Café host Martin Blanco started off the night asking the crowd, "Has anything happened since we last met?" He updated the audience on the recent hilarity he has faced in the last few years working in a... [Read More]
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The Supreme Court has stirred controversy with two merely procedural orders. They revealed much about the state of our political world. In one case, the Court decided to suspend a Louisiana law that requires doctors performing abortions to be admitted to practice at a hospital. The law could have the effect of eliminating all but one of the clinics and doctors providing abortions. The factual question was whether three doctors could obtain hospital admission privileges. The state promised to give them 45 days to try, deferring enforcement of the law. It acknowledged that if only one doctors remained, that... [Read More]
Washington The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether the Trump administration may add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census questionnaire that will be sent to every household in the nation. The justices have mostly avoided controversy while they adjusted to the new conservative majority created by the arrival in the fall of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The federal government has long gathered information about citizenship, but since 1950, it has not included a question on it in the forms sent once a decade to each household. Last month, a federal trial judge blocked the Commerce Department from... [Read More]
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MSM continues to prove they are the enemy of the American people as fake news stories get pushed in order to ruin the lives of patriots like Alex Jones and president Trump. Alex takes the media head on in the info war. [Read More]
Last year Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was accused of sexually assaulting Christine Blasey Ford at a high school party. The media went berserk and activists with no tolerance for sexual assault accusations protested Kavanaugh's nomination. [Read More]
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The Supreme Court has stirred controversy with two merely procedural orders. They revealed much about the state of our political world. In one case, the Court decided to suspend a Louisiana law that requires doctors performing abortions to be admitted to practice at a hospital. The law could have the effect of eliminating all but one of the clinics and doctors providing abortions. The factual question was whether three doctors could obtain hospital admission privileges. The state promised to give them 45 days to try, deferring enforcement of the law. It acknowledged that if only one doctors remained, that would not satisfactorily protect women's health.... [Read More]
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