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I didn't really see anywhere else to share something like this. If I missed it we can merge it in.

 

https://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/529662-justices-allow-muslim-men-to-sue-fbi-agents-over-no-fly-list

Supreme Court allows Muslim men to sue FBI agents over no-fly list

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled unanimously in favor of three Muslim U.S. residents who say FBI agents wrongly placed them on the government’s no-fly list as punishment for their refusal to spy on fellow Muslims.

The decision clears the way for the men to sue the agents under a 1993 law that bars the federal government from unduly burdening the free exercise of religion, and permits the men to seek monetary compensation.

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Just now, Dawkins 20 said:

In honor of PhlipOut... what was your wipe to flush ratio?

How about I just say this:  I’ve had a Wawa 24 ounce coffee and a Dunkin’ large coffee already today.  The wipe was far greater than the one flush. :blush:

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Here's one with a a question.

Georgia State Law Maker Indicted for covering up a hit and run.

Question: If he is indicted for ignoring a hit and run, why isn't Gym Jordan Indicted for ignoring the rape of young boys at OSU? 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/georgia-lawmaker-indicted-accused-ignoring-002437149.html

 A high-ranking Georgia state lawmaker has been indicted on misdemeanor charges alleging he wrongly ignored a fatal 2019 hit-and-run crash that his friend called him about as the victim lay dying in a ditch.

State Rep. Trey Kelley, who as majority whip is the fourth-ranking member among House Republicans, was indicted Thursday on a charge of reckless conduct, according to Polk County District Attorney Jack Browning.

Ralph "Ryan” Dover III, the man accused of calling Kelley instead of 911 after fatally hitting bicyclist Eric Keais, was indicted on charges of felony hit-and-run and reckless conduct.

 

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58 minutes ago, JohnSnowsHair said:

well this thread went off the rails quick lol. 

nothing on qualified immunity?

This is a fantastic ruling by SCOTUS, and glad to see it 8-0. Punishing people who refuse to become informants is ludicrous. I will support pretty much any move by the courts to restrict coercive actions by the government. And I support the repeal of qualified immunity -- if these jackholes go too far, they should be held accountable.

I will point out one bit of massive hypocrisy from those on the left celebrating this decision; these are the same people who think that if you are on the no-fly list, you shouldn't be allowed to buy a gun. You can be put on the list for no or even nefarious reasons, and they want to use it to strip a Constitutional right. Utter hypocrisy.

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look at this insanity: https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/22/22O155/163506/20201211114620451_Amicus 2020-12-11.pdf

(brief filed to the Texas v Pennsylvania et al case)

 

BRIEF OF STATE OF NEW CALIFORNIA AND NEW NEVADA STATE AS AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE BILL OF COMPLAINT

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New California State and New Nevada State are directly impacted by the arbitrary and capricious changes in election laws and procedures occur with unfortunate regularity in the current States of California and Nevada.

Part of the reason for the formation of New California State and New Nevada Sate is to stop the lawless actions of Governors Newsome (California) and Sisolak (Nevada). An opinion by this Court affirming a national, uniform rule of law reestablishing the supremacy of The Electors Clause of Article II, § 1 of the United States Constitution will resolve some of the complaints causing the establishment of these new States.

 

these idiots are filing briefs on this case under made up states.

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6 hours ago, jsdarkstar said:

 

State Rep. Trey Kelley, who as majority whip is the fourth-ranking member among House Republicans, was indicted Thursday on a charge of reckless conduct, according to Polk County District Attorney Jack Browning.

Ralph "Ryan” Dover III, the man accused of calling Kelley instead of 911 after fatally hitting bicyclist Eric Keais, was indicted on charges of felony hit-and-run and reckless conduct.

 

The word 'bicyclist' is a borderline tongue teaser all by itself. 🙃

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