Tag: Legislatures

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Politics is a dirty business, and apparently so are elections. Andrew McCarthy is an attorney whom I’ve admired for years. So, when he seemed to state that fraud in elections is inherent in the process, I was very disappointed. But then I realized that his statement was reasonable. And deeply disturbing. It wasn’t the fact […]

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Join Jim and Greg as they celebrate Republicans doing much better than expected at the state legislative level just in time for redistricting. They also discuss the ongoing controversies in multiple swing states and how the vote counting is creating a lot of mistrust in the integrity of the vote. And they look at the updated Georgia numbers, which suggest two U.S. Senate races are headed to runoffs and the results could well determine the majority.

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In the year 68, the Roman Senate did something astonishing: it declared Nero, the sitting Emperor, a public enemy and called for his execution. This was, pretty much, the last independent act of that that august body; henceforth it would be a rubber stamp for the holders of the increasingly autocratic, not to say megalomaniacal, […]

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