Friday, May 13, 2022

Republicans claim a 1950 law makes Roe protests at justices' homes illegal

Republicans claim a 1950 law makes Roe protests at justices' homes illegal
A 1950 federal statute prohibiting certain protests outside of a judge's residence has been cited by Republicans calling for Attorney General Merrick Garland to enforce the law against abortion rights protesters who have gathered in front of Supreme Court justices' homes.

Senate Republicans want to control women’s bodies, and yet no women want anything to do with Senate Republicans’ bodies. - Andy Borowitz

Putin Undoing All of Trump’s Best Efforts to Destroy NATO. - Andy Borowitz

Arizona Copies Texas By Busing Immigrants To D.C.

Bipartisan Support in Congress for Sending Rand Paul to Ukraine. - Andy Borowitz

Republican Shenanigans

If a subpoena drops in Washington does anybody hear it. - Jeremy Newberger

Trump TV? Gag Me With A Spoon!

Republicans want to force women to have their rapists' babies.

That's not pro-life.

That's pro-rapist. - Middle Age Riot


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Rock The Voter News

A Reminder on Psaki’s Last Day That She Did More Briefings Than All of Trump’s Press Sec’s COMBINED

So you just want to let him off scot-free for insurrection because he’s no longer in power? That’s like acquitting Jeffrey Dahmer because he’s full. - Stephen Colbert

Biden Wants High-Speed Internet For Every American.
The Biden administration is taking the first steps to release $45 billion to ensure that every U.S. resident has access to high-speed internet by roughly 2028, inviting governors and other leaders on Friday to start the application process.

‘Texas has the worst Senators!’

Iowa: ‘Now, wait just a minute!’
South Carolina: ‘Ehem.’
Florida: ‘Hold my beer.’

Kentucky walks in…
Game over. - JoJoFromJerz tweet


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Business/Tech News

Twitter deal on hold because Elon Musk never really wanted to buy it, and is now looking for reasons to avoid the $1 billion fine. - Andrea Junker

Texas Makes Mess Of Itself
Texas residents can now sue Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for allegedly censoring their content after a federal appeals court sided Wednesday with the state's law restricting how social media sites can moderate their platforms...Texas's law makes it illegal for any social media platform with 50 million or more US monthly users to "block, ban, remove, deplatform, demonetize, de-boost, restrict, deny equal access or visibility to, or otherwise discriminate against expression." .

Since Rand Paul (R-Moscow) just unilaterally prevented a critical aid package for Ukraine from passing, a reminder that the last actual Republican, John McCain, said “The senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.” - Andrew Wortman


Apologies for not keeping you all updated on the craziness down here.

I don't have COVID. My son is doing fine with symptoms of a bad cold. Phew.

I am eager to sell my property down here once those shady people are removed. 

My broken leg has become an afterthought with all that is going



Happy Friday the 13th!

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Life will always find a way


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