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what Cohen means

fraud case in Khazakstan


history re: one of the prospects

๐ŸŠย ๐Ÿ†šย Roe vs Wade





libertarians (this was Glenn Greenwald’s role model)

kids in cages


Jim Jordan


course reversed on newspaper shootings – flag

teaching Dsouza history


NYT, Cilizza

NYT family values

Sinclair propaganda on The Hill


what we want





remedies thread

and now we know why the efforts to out the informant

and a good comment

Trump Tower meeting

and not just Russia apparently






and in the same vein

about the informant

and in conclusion

shaking down the competition

and mysteries

end of the week


how tax scam bill was cooked

well, in that case, okey dokey

where we are


๐ŸฆŠย pains

Chick Todd


๐ŸฆŠย wants their victims surveilled

and Ryan, arrested

Chief of police

political agenda

and interesting detail



poor cupboard boy


since my feed is full, here’s the best of

and JK Rowling

our Mayor

on the same note – this happened





The guy who signed away background checks for mental illnessย now tells us

what can you do, amirite? ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ

when we weren’t looking (because we weren’t supposed to talk gun control right after we weren’t supposed to talk climate change) ๐ŸŠย sprung this on us (well he did say during the campaign women should go to jail)

and with Joss Whedon’s reaction

and also quietly and anti-net neutrality FCC chair has been confirmed by Senate

but right now, we’re mostly supposed to STFU about gun control

but I’ll guess we’ll sneak in a word

or 2

or 3

and satire always helps

and another good one

Except for the Lone wolf part (i.e : white man, not terrorist) , good NYDN cover

and from Las Vegas

and from NYT

but for ย ๐ŸŠย this was another great news opportunity

Pat Robertson thinks 2A people don’t respect ๐ŸŠ

Puerto Rico still getting screwed – part of a long list

while ย is still patronizing the Mayor

in spite of

referring again to the status site

on the impeachment front


comes from this tweet

the first I set my eyes on this morning. It seems the Rs are not content with the Jane Crow provision eliminating public insurance, they want termination of pregnancy to cease to be a medical expense all together.

Explains the article

They view it as a Trojan horse for the elimination of private insurance coverage for abortion. If they’re right, tens of millions of Americans could see their health insurers stop covering abortions.

The article goes in a detailed analysis of the effect of this proposed bill on tax deductions for abortions, and therefore loss of incentive to cover it. Wait, why do Iย  have a feeling of deja vu?

Nowhere near is the fact that the Hyde amendment is already enshrined in an executive order, Obama’s Jane Crow EO.

What the Rs are doing now (and btw, a D is co-sponsoring this), is merely spreading around some more of theย  Obama’s own Stupakistan. You know, the one Pelosi and others hailed asย  a great step forward for women.

That Rs do not consider this good enough is significant, but one cannotย  write about extending the Hyde amendment and ignore this event. At least, not in good faith, Mother Jones.

Stupak does get a paragraph in the story, but Obama’s name is nowhere to be seen.

This article seems a Newspeak effort, designed not so much to inform about a new bill proposal as to – once again exonerate Obama of his betrayal.

After endorsing Obama over Hillary, after cheering for the historical healthcare reform, it seems someone at Planned Parenthood finally read the small print.

This is a letter they sent a member

This is not what we worked for. This is not what we fought for.

I agree. You worked for defeating the first woman president.

You and I, and millions of Planned Parenthood supporters, fought
for a year to make sure that health care reform would provide
comprehensive coverage to every woman, man, and child in
America. We achieved some tremendous victories, including
defeating the Stupak amendment that would have banned private
insurance coverage of abortion for millions of women.

Someone missed the detail that Stupak eventually won – more than he really wanted

Now, a Stupak-like rule is back — and it came from the Obama

Now the rule is back? Did they sleep through the signing of the Jane Crow EO?

Well, it’s true, Obama did reach new heights of anti-Roe

but the decision announced by the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services yesterday goes beyond even these

The Obama administration has decided that no woman in the new
high-risk insurance pools will be allowed to obtain abortion
coverage beyond limited cases (rape, incest, endangering the
life of the woman). Not even if she pays for that coverage with
her own money.

It ends hilariously with

This is not what we fought
for — which means it’s time to fight back against the Obama
administration’s abortion coverage ban now.

Uh-oh! A petition! How so very scary! Some fight against Obama!

New source for this

Obama Administration Applies Stupak Amendment to High Risk Pools

his week, a commotion arose over the question of whether Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans, also known as high risk pools, can include abortion coverage. The Obama Administration responded immediately by imposing a total ban on abortion coverage in the pools that echoes the Stupak Amendment, even though nothing in the law requires such action.


Not Your Sweetie

March 2023