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Confirmation of latest Trump judicial pick tilts balance of 11th Circuit Court

Confirmation of latest Trump judicial pick tilts balance of 11th Circuit CourtThe Senate confirmed yet another of President Trump’s picks to a federal circuit court seat Wednesday in a vote that tilts the balance of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to a GOP-appointed majority. ….. Read More.FOX NEWS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentWed, November 20, 201915 hours ago


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Court Of Appeals Denies FCC/NAB Petition To Rehear Rule Change Dismissal

Court Of Appeals Denies FCC/NAB Petition To Rehear Rule Change Dismissal The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals has denied the FCC and NAB’s request for a full-court review of the previous decision to vacate the FCC’s 2017 broadcast media ownership deregulation. The overturned rule changes included: Eliminating the newspaper/broadcast cross-ownership rule preventing a company from operating a newspaper and a broadcast outlet in the same market. Eliminating the radio/television ownership subcaps so a television station no longer counts towards the limit of eight radio stations (maximum of five on each band) that a company can own. Eliminating the requirement that at least eight independently owned television stations must remain in the market following the combination of two television stations in a market Modifying the ban against common ownership of two top-four rated tv stations in a market to allow waivers on a case-by-case basis Eliminating the JSA Attribution Rule…


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Court filing alleges that DNA test shows Hunter Biden fathered Arkansas woman’s baby

Court filing alleges that DNA test shows Hunter Biden fathered Arkansas woman’s babyDNA tests allegedly confirm “with scientific certainty” that Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden is the biological father of a baby whose mother he initially denied having sexual relations with, according to court documents filed in an Arkansas Wednesday.  ….. Read More.FOX NEWS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentWed, November 20, 20197 hours ago


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Tennessee Court Refuses To Test DNA Evidence That Could Exonerate a Man the State Already ...

Tennessee Court Refuses To Test DNA Evidence That Could Exonerate a Man the State Already …A technicality in the law stands in the way of a daughter’s attempt to prove that the state of Tennessee put her innocent father to death. Sedley Alley was convicted of the 1985 rape and murder of Marine Cpl. Suzanne M. Collins. Collins was jogging in a park near a naval base in Millington when she was abducted. Three witnesses said her abductor was driving a brown station wagon. Alley drove a similar vehicle. He was pulled over and told naval security that he was driving around town and drinking beer the night of the abduction. Alley was brought in for questioning on the naval base. When the questioning was completed, Alley started his vehicle so he could leave. The witnesses, who happened to be present, said the sound of his car matched the sound…


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In first Supreme Court debate, challengers go on attack against Justice Daniel Kelly

In first Supreme Court debate, challengers go on attack against Justice Daniel KellyThe two candidates challenging state Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly accused the conservative jurist of having a novel approach to the law and appearing corrupt.         ….. Read More.Journal Sentinel – Politics | Politics & GovernmentTue, November 19, 20192 days ago


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The Many Lies and Untruths We’re Being Told About the Bolivian Coup

The Many Lies and Untruths We’re Being Told About the Bolivian CoupTo endorse the coup in Bolivia, numerous editorials in major US media outlets paint President Evo Morales as undemocratic. Exhibit A in their case is the Organization of American States’ (OAS) claims that there was fraud in the October 20 Bolivian election in which Morales was elected for a fourth term. They also argue that he should not have been allowed to run again in the first place. The New York Times’ editorial (11/11/19) accused Morales of “brazenly abusing the power and institutions put in his care by the electorate.” The Washington Post (11/11/19) alleged that “a majority of Bolivians wanted [Morales] to leave office”—a claim for which they provided no evidence—while claiming that he had “grown increasingly autocratic” and that “his downfall was his insatiable appetite for power.” The Wall Street Journal (11/11/19) argued that Morales “is a victim of his own efforts…


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