The Supreme Court has given the state of Hawaii until Tuesday at noon to Respond to the Trump’s administration’s appeal to block the flip flop ruling of U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson in Hawaii, which again disrupts President Trump’s so-called travel ban. From the Supreme Court’s docket for Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, et al., v. Hawaii, et al.: Jul 15 | Read More »
Start at the conclusion and work backwards to find the facts.
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A date which will live in infamy… This day, December 7, 2016, marks the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, near Honolulu, Hawaii. It was the event that kicked off America’s involvement in World War II. On that day in 1941, a two hour attack destroyed 20 Naval vessels, around 300 airplanes, and claimed over 2,000 military lives, while wounding another 1,000. | Read More »
This is exactly the kind of bad, invasive, abusive legislation liberals used to say they weren’t trying to institute.
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Chuck Todd asks a very interesting question this morning: Were Saturday’s contests because of closed primaries or because Trump is losing momentum? Going into Saturday, people speculated that the closed primary system would be disastrous for Donald Trump, yet he still won two of those states. What we did learn from those states, however, is that the answer to Todd’s question is… yes. Thursday’s debate | Read More »
Sam Slom, the only Republican in Hawaii’s 25-member Senate, had endorsed Ben Carson in the 2016 Presidential race. But with Ben Carson out, and Hawaii’s Republicans caucusing today, it was time to pick a new horse. Sam Slom has endorsed Ted Cruz for President. 19 Delegates are up for grabs in today’s caucuses in Hawaii. Linda Lingle, formerly the top dog in the state party, | Read More »
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Since many people only learned of their tax penalty for not getting health insurance in 2014 when they were doing their taxes this year, and because Obamacare is so confusing in general, the federal government authorized a special extended enrollment period for both the federal exchange, the District of Columbia’s exchange, and the exchanges of 11 states. Monday, Healthcare.gov took to Twitter to announce the | Read More »
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For the benefit of any Democratic staffers who might be assigned to read this site: please tell your legislators to not touch people inappropriately, or to sexually harass them. In case nobody’s ever mentioned it before – and, judging from recent history, nobody in the Democratic party has – that sort of thing is morally wrong.
What happens if I’m wrong? …Erm, nothing?
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