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Posts by gwilson
Beyond the POTUS-45 Corruption: How About His Criminality? Post: "More evidence against our criminal president"
by gwilson on July 20, 2019 2:58 pmApart from the corruption, last discussed here, please see here for [with EMPHASIS ADDED]: Hullabaloo Friday, July 19, 2019 More evidence against our criminal president by digby The government released several search warrant documents related to their investigation of Michael Cohen Thursday — and apparently revealed that the investigation into hush-money payments made on Trump’s…
Extremely Important Post for Today: "What Americans Do Now Will Define Us Forever: If multiracial democracy cannot be defended in America, it will not be defended elsewhere"
by gwilson on July 18, 2019 4:09 pmPlease see here for [with EMPHASIS ADDED]: The Atlantic IDEAS What Americans Do Now Will Define Us Forever If multiracial democracy cannot be defended in America, it will not be defended elsewhere. 12:17 PM ET Adam Serwer The conservative intelligentsia flocked to the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, D.C., this week for the National Conservatism Conference, an…
Another Very Important Post: "Carter’s Quiet Revolution: President Jimmy Carter’s diversification of the judiciary is one of the most important and least acknowledged achievements in presidential history. And it’s in danger"
by gwilson on July 15, 2019 2:22 pmPlease see here [with EMPHASIS ADDED]: Slate.com JURISPRUDENCE Carter’s Quiet Revolution President Jimmy Carter’s diversification of the judiciary is one of the most important and least acknowledged achievements in presidential history. And it’s in danger. By MARK JOSEPH STERN JULY 14, 2019 In December 1976, one month before beginning his single term as president, Jimmy Carter hosted…