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Con Law: How a Fake Document Could Help the Supreme Court Diminish our Democracy

Con Law: How a Fake Document Could Help the Supreme Court Diminish our DemocracyThree decades after the Constitution was drafted in Philadelphia, Secretary of State John Quincy Adams set about assembling the government’s official Journal of the Convention. Missing from the records was the proposal submitted by Charles Pinckney of South Carolina. So Adams wrote him to request a copy. Pinckney replied with an extraordinary document: a draft that so closely resembled the final Constitution that he would have to have been clairvoyant to have written it. With most of the 1787 convention’s attendees now dead, Pinckney may have seen an opportunity to claim credit as a key architect of the Constitution. Whatever the reason, Pinckney submitted a fraudulent draft. “At the distance of nearly thirty two Years it is impossible for me now to say which of the 4 or 5 draughts I have was the one,” he replied…


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International Criminal Court should probe killing of Palestinian journalist: Al Jazeera

International Criminal Court should probe killing of Palestinian journalist: Al JazeeraNews channel Al Jazeera on Tuesday formally asked the International Criminal Court to investigate the fatal shooting of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh as she was reporting from a Palestinian refugee camp in May. ….. Read More.CBC News – General World News | World News & EventsTue, December 6, 20225 hours ago


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After the Basketball Court Became a Killing Ground, a Murder Charge Has Finally Been Filed (Video)

After the Basketball Court Became a Killing Ground, a Murder Charge Has Finally Been Filed (Video)An 18-year-old killed a teenager on a neighborhood basketball court on Oct. 2, 2022, on Marry Court in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County police said. Timothy Buchanan was fatally shot by Shamuel Benjamin, according to the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office. As of December 2, 2022, Benjamin faces charges of felony murder, aggravated ….. Read More.RADIO FACTS – News | Radio-TV Industry NewsFri, December 2, 20224 days ago


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Keith Olbermann Demands Trump Be ‘Seized’ and Tried in a Military Court Over Truth Social Post

Keith Olbermann Demands Trump Be ‘Seized’ and Tried in a Military Court Over Truth Social PostFormer MSNBC star Keith Olbermann has demanded that Donald Trump be “seized,” thrown in a “stockade,” and tried in a military court over the former president’s Truth Social post calling for terminating the Constitution. Following the publicizing of information that exposed Twitter’s effort to censor The New York Post‘s Hunter Biden laptop story shortly before the 2020 election, Trump called for ending the document that laid the foundation of American democracy. Trump claimed the Taibbi thread proved “massive fraud” the magnitude of which “allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution” in a Truth Social post on Saturday. Olbermann responded on Twitter with a screenshot of Trump’s rant and a rant of his own. “Again, this isn’t difficult: Trump just threatened to ‘terminate’ the constitution,” the ex-cable…


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Supreme Court hears clash between LGBTQ and business owners’ rights

Supreme Court hears clash between LGBTQ and business owners’ rightsThe case involves a Colorado web designer who says state law prevents her from designing wedding websites because she believes that marriage should only be between a man and a woman.(Image credit: Stefani Reynolds /AFP via Getty Images) ….. Read More.NPR – Politics | Politics & GovernmentMon, December 5, 20221 day ago


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Court rejects San Diego school district’s COVID vaccine mandate

Court rejects San Diego school district’s COVID vaccine mandateThe California 4th District Court of Appeal ruled against the San Diego Unified School District’s COVID-19 student vaccine requirement this week.  On Tuesday, the appellate court agreed with a lower court’s ruling from last year that the school district does not have the authority to establish its own mandate. The court rejected the district’s several defenses of its mandate, including that it is in line with the responsibility to keep students safe, that programs can be created to meet “local needs” and that the mandate is not actually a mandate because it allows for students to do at-home independent study should they choose not to comply.  “We doubt that students and their parents perceive a real choice. For some, independent study would likely be a step backwards,” it wrote.  WHITE HOUSE SHUTS DOWN REPORTER’S FAUCI QUESTION ON COVID ORIGIN: ‘I’M DONE’ San…


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