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Federalism. The big difference between Abe and George.PS Good morning, Madame, and a Happy Thanksgiving to all at MeadeHouse and all the Althousians.
But...but...no one is a bigger Jive Turkey than the Federal Government!Suckas!
It is a stain on his legacy that the Father of Our Country could not foresee the sort of national unity that can come only from a giant inflatable Underdog being marched through the streets of New York.
Drudge headline highlights the long simmering dissent and the "random" acts of violence:"Neighborhood On Alert As Aggressive Wild Turkeys Attacking Residents, Vehicles..."
They need more wildcats to control those turkeys. I saw a bobcat last year I would bet was as large as a rotweiller. They were around but never seen and not very large until the turkey population came back.
None of my friends believe me when I tell them Thanksgiving is a religious holiday. And not just a "I don't think that's true" milquetoast denial, but full-throated roaring "you don't know what the hell you're talking about you idiot" refusals.
Yeah, the president shouldn't be telling us what to do. That's the governor's job.
I think this pretty well nails it: a law blog that gets practically no responses to a fairly straight-forward legal question. These comments should be EXPLODING with Fed v. State arguments.
Is this explicitly a law blog? I'd guess that less than a fourth of the posts are explicitly about points of law.I'm not a lawyer, but I can engage this on the historical angle. It's always been kind of interesting that, although nobody's ever established to my satisfaction whether Washington was a Deist or just a very guarded Anglican, he's the one who started this tradition of public, non-denominational , but very explicit God-bothering in official executive communication.Tucker was a chucklehead, though, given the text of the resolution. A recommendation isn't a requirement on the plain meaning of the text. Of course, from the view-point of brevity, any congressional resolution without a binding element is so much hot air, and a questionable waste of legislative time and energy. How many hundreds of such pointless, fundamentally meaningless constituent-flattering resolutions clutter up each session of Congress these days?
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