Favorites June 27th 2022
Young people don't follow the news I guess? Maybe this is hopeful for a big shift in public opinion? I'm probably hoping too much.
Paul Blumenthal @PaulBluIn 6-3 decision, written by Gorsuch, court rules public school employees may publicly lead students in prayer. Sotomayor writes the dissent. https://t.co/J4qx14Z5kB
Unfortunately SCOTUS is pretty close to arguing that Christianity is the only real religion. Also, regarding this specific case, they seem to have embraced a version of events that simply doesn't match reality. Anyway, giving this a shot would be amusing, if a tad dangerous.
I'm not the biggest fan of ballot refurendums, but it seems like that's the next step.
You literally run out of Federalist Society approved candidates before you run out of non-crazy people.
The New York Times @nytimesDoctors should support breastfeeding for two years or more — instead of one year or more — the American Academy of Pediatrics said in new guidelines released on Monday. The group also acknowledged the obstacles that stand in parents’ way. https://t.co/x7aZpeCsrL
: "Driving your baby home from the hospital in a Mercedes is associated with lots of beneficial life outcomes"
So, park won't close for 11 years, but still kind a a bummer. Unless they build a mixed use neighborhood with Top Gun in the middle.
An ancient "I've got a lot of tabs open"