Can the Courts Run With the “2000 Mules” Findings?

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Short answer: Yes Should they?: Absolutely, but parties have to properly lay the issue before a court. But quickly. I don't think any responsible court can turn its back on evidence that proves, the high...

Stolen Elections and the Arizona Audit—A Case of First Instance?

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The argument has been made, at least in the cryptic legalese of Twitter that there is no constitutional path back to restore the original winner(s) even if there is proof established about Voter fraud...

Can a Quickening be Undertaken With Our System of Laws?

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Of course, we knew as early as December, that had the Supreme Court agreed to "hear evidence" about claims of election fraud, there might have been, among other things, tens of thousands of Afghans...

Wikipedia and the Killing of History, a Guide

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This will be a short note to highlight a link to a subject I researched for a commentary about Manifest Destiny mentioned in historian Bernard DeVoto's book 1846, the Year of Decision (1943). Almost...

Having Dark Days about the Dark Days Ahead?

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Before Twitter, even before AM-Radio call-in shows, people had to deal with all that was going on in their lives. They already knew there were dark days ahead, just not when, where, or how...

Judging Beauty, Goodness and Virtue

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"If you judge Beauty or Goodness or Virtue solely based on what you see in the mirror you will likely die a painful death...whether old or young. Just ask Kurt Cobain" from St George Frederick, an old friend returned.