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[quote]Mississippi State were National runners up in 2013.[/quote] Not its best showing at Omaha...
It's almost like people could foretell that this would be the argument....
The complete absence of common sense and the idea that a quarantine meant locking down healthy people. ...
While she should lose her seat because of this, she actually was professional and competent on the bench, as opposed to other judges at the 19th (who likely will be able to retain their offices)...
[quote]The adults are back in charge[/quote] Thank God ...
Sadly, unconstitutional. Qualifications are in the Constitution, and that's it. That's why SCOTUS overruled term limits decades ago....
The majority engaged in major gymnastics in this decision. Clearly, the heat of the underlying issue was brought to bear on the two flippers....
[quote]thats giving the defendant the benefits of the plaintiff’s insurance premiums[/quote] Which he/she was paying anyway. At best...AT BEST...the plaintiff is "damaged" in that some percentage of their premium is being allocated to pay for medical treatment from an accident. Fine. They ca...
What is the damage the victim as suffered for that 40%? Payment of insurance premium? They were paying that already. Lifetime benefit caps are gone thanks to Obamacare, so you can't argue that. Health insurer gets its $ back through subjugation or contractual reimbursement rights through t...
[quote]And the current law is 40% now.[/quote] Current law is shall, not may. Big difference. Also, I love how you argue that the theft of only 40% should be fine since it's not 100% anymore. ...
Correction, Griffin flipped also. 5-2 on rehearing. Genovese's dissent is powerful. Contrary to what Weimer says, this absolutely opens a Pandora's Box....
Louisiana passed a law that reopened the chance for previously prescribed (tolled statute of limitations) claims for sexual abuse of a minor to be brought. LaSC originally held it was unconstitutional in 4-3 decision in March. On rehearing, 4-3 to vacate prior decree and reinstate trial court rul...
https://www.lasc.org/Opinions?p=2024-028 Not St.G., but on the constitutional due process issues of abrogating previous prescription. Crichton flipped...
It's horsehit. 1) none of the dire predictions have come true, 2) computer models have never been correct, 3) none of the proponents can tell you what the "global" temperate is [i]supposed to[/i] be, 4) it is based upon roughly 150 years of recorded weather data (out of 6 billion+ years...
[quote]Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas failed in HIS challenge against rules that stop HIM from competing in elite women’s races because judges ruled HE did not have standing to bring the case.[/quote] FIFthem...
[quote]DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel[/quote] Office of Legal Counsel is White House, not DOJ. Part of the fight is whether the claim of privilege is valid. HINT: it's not, but they know there won't be a determination of that until after the election, which is all that matters. Trump should...
[quote]I would assume there are procedures for something like this with a conflict of interest involving the AG, but I dont have faith that’s how it’s gonna go. Anyone know?[/quote] Goes to the USA for DC...
[quote]The FBI field office in Miami is more of a threat to residents of South Florida than a Russian warship off their coast.[/quote] :clap:...