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Liz Cheney is urging Republicans not to abandon the rule of law. Unfortunately, for the past decade, she’s portrayed the rule of law as an mere inconvenience invoked by weaklings, and the Trumpified party that now exists is the one she helped build. https://t.co/n85TlXfa0b
Wow, what gave it away? Rudy embracing the Russian influence operation publicly? Rudy posting photo evidence of it on Twitter? Rudy spending several decades enmeshed in transnational organized crime? Whatever could it be! https://t.co/2ALqCt94kz
Hiding in Plain Sight https://t.co/S0Dg0SZzh5
This is the moment of the Pandemic I always feared. Developed countries largely getting on top of it w/vaccines. Developing countries getting absolutely whacked. If we really believe we are in a Great Power contest we should be sending everything. Vaccines, supplies, doctors. Now
Day 2 post-jab has me reflecting on the nature of the human immune system, which is more mysterious than any religion's god stuff. Also immunity reminds me of a gritty cop show from the '80's called Hill Street Blues, in which the real protectors were often a surprise.
"The existence of the filibuster means Manchin or Sinema may well escape the dilemma of casting a hard vote. Without 10 Republicans, Manchin’s vote is not relevant (or even known) on specific measures ..." @JRubinBlogger @WashingtonPost https://t.co/5HW7La4lJi