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My friend you bow to no one

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On July 15, 2018
I was introduced recently by a friend with a fetish for artistic preversions to the oeuvre of Ben Garrison.  One of Garrison’s tropes is that he normally festoons his creations with copious graphical explanations, to avoid any possibility of aesthetic or ideological confusion. His latest work represents a sharp departure from this practice, and has […]
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  For those not scoring at home, here’s the up to the minute state of play in l’affaire Bechard-Broidy-Trump: In the fall of 2017 Elliott Broidy agreed to pay Shera Bechard $1.6 million in eight quarterly payments of $200,000.  The first of these payments was made on December 1st. On Monday, April 9th, 2018, Michael […]

Slow learned hand

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On July 9, 2018

I consider Akhil Amar a friend, so this depressed me more than it otherwise would have. The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be the next Supreme Court justice is President Trump’s finest hour,

This can’t be real

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On July 6, 2018

But it is: JUST IN: Federal judge agrees to delay next meeting about extending deadline to reunite 101 children under the age of 5 until Monday because Trump administration lawyer has “dog sitting r

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Scott Pruitt “resigns”

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On July 5, 2018
That’s what Donald Trump tweeted a few minutes ago anyway, so it’s not a sure thing that Pruitt himself is aware of this development. President Donald Trump tweeted on Thursday that he has accepted Pruitt’s resignation. Trump said that the agency’s deputy administrator, Andrew Wheeler, will become the acting head of EPA. The departure follows […]
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