Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Wednesday's show: Nike & Koepernick, Kavanaugh Day 2 and other stories of the day


We will look at the Nike's decision to join forces with Collin Koepernick.........Day 2 and Senator Lindsay Graham's great contributions............Happy # 82 Bill Mazeroski....Happy # 78 Raquel Welch........President Ford September 1975........and more stories.............




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Wednesday's video: What was NIKE thinking?


Wednesday's video:  
What was NIKE thinking?


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The circus is back in town

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Well, here we go again.  The “Borking of a good man” show  is off and running.   
It will include presidential candidates positioning themselves for the first debate of 2020.  “I stood up to Kavanaugh” is now the latest rallying cry of the resistance!
And what would a Supreme Court confirmation be without someone in the back of the room screaming that “her rights” are at risk?  
For some, the mere thought of a Justice Brett Kavanaugh is enough to scream this or that.
For many of us, a future Justice Kavanaugh will be a step in the restoration of our constitution.
I agree with Stephen B. Presser:  
Fifty years ago there was a fragile consensus, even in our great law schools, about how justices were to go about doing their jobs. 
That consensus was formed by admiration for Felix Frankfurter, the occasionally mercurial, but stunningly brilliant, appointee of Franklin Roosevelt. 
Frankfurter, contrary to the later pattern of justices appointed by Republican presidents, moved to the right on the court, becoming more conservative with age. By the end of his career, in a series of thoughtful opinions, he had explained that the task of a justice was not to formulate new constitutional law according to his personal preferences, but, rather to exercise restraint and wisdom in preserving the original constitutional scheme of separation of powers and preeminence of state and local governments.
Cheers for Felix!
The modern Democrat Party knows that they can’t get abortion or same-sex marriage in a majority of state legislatures.  In California, a judge reversed a vote passing a ban on redefining marriage.  We’ve seen judges reverse decisions on abortion clinics in Texas.
Where did judges get the authority to redefine marriage and create abortion rights?  I’m sure that the aforementioned Justice Frankfurter or even Supreme Court Justice John Marshall would love to know.
So here is my recommendation for the next 30 days:
1) Do not watch the hearings or simply flip the channel when a Democrat is on the clock.  Why?  Because they will all ask the same question about Roe v Wade!
2) Pray that this is the last time that we have to watch a spectacle like this in the U.S. Senate.  It does not do much to help the Democrats, especially in those places between the coasts that they have to win to get the House back.  
It also does not do much for the image of the Senate.  It makes you wonder if electing senators by popular vote was a good idea after all.  
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So what do you say to the many waiting to come legally to the US?


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What's the point of respecting and coming to the country legally?  

See this
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that allows illegal immigrant students to hold elected positions on California college boards as long as they qualify for in-state tuition.
The bill, AB1887, was signed on Aug 24 and permits students, who are illegally residing in the United States, to “serve on any board or commission […] that relate to public elementary and secondary education and that includes members who are pupils or minors,” provided they are eligible for in-state tuition or are otherwise exempt from paying non-resident tuition.
So what do you tell the person who came in legally?  Or the person who respected the system and got a student visa?  Or the many waiting to come legally to the US?

It's sad when immigration laws don't really matter. 

By the way, what law can I violate without consequence?


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