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Stephanie B


Mom to 3 & 3 cats plus 7 ferals

Work FT with adults with developmental disabilities. Love to crochet, rubberstamp, collage, bake and read. Love our furbabies, even the ones who live outdoors.

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  1. By Robert Reich Friends, From time to time, I share with you some personal stuff on the assumption that after more than two years of receiving my daily letters, you have every right to know a bit more about me. Some of you have asked about my education. It did not get off to an auspi
  2. It’s been three weeks since the DC Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments from Donald Trump and Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office on trump’s claims of absolute presidential immunity and double jeopardy - the case the must be resolved before the DC trial of Donald Trump can ge
  3. By Robert Reich Friends, The long-awaited bipartisan Senate deal on immigration contains no real reforms, such as a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It’s all about “securing” the border. Biden and Senate Democrats have caved to Senate Republican hardliners. Among
  4. First the GOP tried to impeach Dr. Fauci. Then they tried to impeach Merrick Garland. Then they tried to impeach Lloyd Austin. Then they tried to defund Jack Smith. Then they subpoenaed Hunter Biden. Now they’re trying to impeach Mayorkas Why? All because Trump was impeached TWICE & his
  5. By Jay Kuo The GOP-led House is preparing an impeachment vote, but not for the president this time. Instead, they are targeting Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas of the Department of Homeland Security. As my recent pieces have discussed, Republicans want the border to be a big campaign
  6. I just finished listening to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals arguments on Trump's immunity claim, and I have some top line takeaways. The most standout moment for me was when the court pointed out that during Trump's impeachment trial, Trump's OWN LAWYERS argued that impeachment
  7. Here, I offer an analysis of the court ruling from Colorado about whether Trump can be kept off the ballot under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, and I caution against placing hopes in parchment barriers. (I added a new section to what I posted yesterday)
  8. My weekend blog post includes: 🔹Fun Reading Legal Documents 🔹All about Trump's bogus absolute immunity claims) 🔹Trump's not-insane-under-the-circumstances 2024 campaign strategy 🔹Why Nikki Haley's star is rising
  9. By Alice Park Now that it’s fall, it’s time to get updated on your COVID-19 vaccines if you want to stay protected throughout the winter, when infectious diseases flourish. But does it matter which shot you get? For now, there are only two options —both mRNA-based vaccines, made by
  10. Monday, Aug. 14 New Agreement Renews Potential for Black-Performing Florida Congressional District By Rachel Selzer Here are some updates you may have missed. Parties in a state-level lawsuit challenging Florida’s congressional map entered into an agreement that paves the way for th
  11. At each new stage of development in Donald Trump's assorted legal cases some lingering questions are answered, some new questions are raised, and new insights are gained. Here's our legal analyst Lisa Rubin with some reflections on Trump's recent protective order hearing in the el
  12. The Education Department planned to adjust how it calculates student loan payments to correct past errors, resulting in about 804,000 people balances erased. By Nirvi Shah and Alia Wong, USA TODAY A federal judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit from two conservative groups seeking to
  13. The Ohio GOP lost big on Issue 1. These maps show just how much better progressives did and where #Politics #USPolitics #Ohio #OhioPolitics #OhioGOP #OHGOP #Issue1 #Abortion #AbortionRights #ReproductiveRights
  14. By @marcelias Donald Trump should be very worried. The allegations contained in the grand jury indictment are damning. If the government proves its case, which seems likely, he will be convicted and likely sentenced to prison. The rule of law, which is
  15. Fitting that the John Durham hearing and the John Eastman disbarment hearing are happening at the same time.
  16. On this day in 1964, I lost my friend Mickey Schwerner when he was murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan for registering Black voters in the South. As voting rights are under attack, we seem to be headed back to the society Mickey fought against with his life. We must act now.
  17. By John Bowden A new poll out from JL Partners underscores major weaknesses for the three men most likely to be sworn in as president on 20 January 2025, with little good news to soften the blow. With the GOP primary now in full swing, Americans are getting a good look at the alter
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