Category Archive: Politics

Jan 07 2021

It’s Done

At 3:32 AM ET on January 7, 2021 with the verification of the 3 electoral votes of Vermont, a joint session of Congress confirmed 271 electoral votes for Joseph R. Biden and Kamala Harris to be the next President and Vice President of the United States At 3:41, Vice President Mike Pence confirmed the vote …

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Jan 06 2021

Electoral College Vote Count

Up Date 8:15 PM ET: After the events of the day, Congress will resume the certification of the Electoral College votes and certify the election of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States and his Vice Presidential choice, Kamala Harris. WATCH LIVE: Congress holds joint session to count Electoral College vote On …

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Jan 06 2021

And The Winners In Georgia Are: Warnock and Ossoff

As of 3 AM ET, Jon Ossoff was leading David Perdue by 12,806 votes with 98% of the votes counted. The outstanding votes are mail-ins that more often than not lean heavily Democratic. There are currently about 40 thousand outstanding votes. Ossoff’s win should be confirmed by noon tomorrow. The race between the Reverend Raphael …

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Jan 04 2021

Anatomy of Sedition in 62 Minutes

Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organisation, that tends toward rebellion against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent toward, or rebellion against, established authority. Sedition may include any commotion, though not aimed at direct and open violence against the laws. Seditious words in writing are …

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Dec 31 2020

Objectivity

Posted by ek hornbeck on 12.31.2019. Re-posted by TMC for ek hornbeck. (A) philosophical concept of being true independently from individual subjectivity caused by perception, emotions, or imagination. A proposition is considered to have objective truth when its truth conditions are met without bias caused by a sentient subject. Scientific objectivity refers to the ability …

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Dec 26 2020

Hessians

Originally posted by ek hornbeck on 12.26.2007. Re-posted by TMC for ek. A reprint from 2007 but as true today as it ever was. From Wikipedia’s entry on the American Revolutionary War Early in 1775, the British Army consisted of about 36,000 men worldwide… Additionally, over the course of the war the British hired about …

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Dec 22 2020

How Can We Indict Thee, Let Us Count The Ways

“America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani is in deep trouble with the feds. He has been under investigation since February by the prosecutors of Southern District of New York where he was the US Attorney way back when.  The SDNY attorneys remained quiet during the election, but now the election is finished. Things got hotter last night …

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Dec 11 2020

SCOTUS Rejects Texas Lawsuit

The Supreme Court has rejected the lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Paxton, backed by 17 other state attorneys general and 126 traitorous Trumpublican House members. It was turned down for lack of standing. Ed. It is my understanding, IANL, is Texas etal. were asking for an injunction that would have prevented the four states, …

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Dec 10 2020

Hunting a Pardon

It’s pretty apparent  corrupt Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has managed to protect himself from all the allegations and indictments he is facing but the walls are closing in with the end of the Squatter-in-Chief’s reign. So, what’s the poor guy do to get the Squatter’s attention. What else, file a bogus lawsuit directly to …

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Nov 17 2020

They All Fall Down

The loser of the 2020 presidential election is still losing in his and his supporters attempt to overturn a decisive defeat. So far, the courts have rejected, flat out 12 of the trump campaigns lawsuits. In order for Trump to remain in office, the results of Pennsylvania plus two of Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin. As …

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