Hydroxy effect and the time for talking

6 Things To Know About Texas’s Supreme Court Petition Over 2020’s Messed-Up Election. Margot Cleveland – “Texas argues that the case ‘presents constitutional questions of immense national consequences,’ namely that the 2020 election suffered from serious constitutional irregularities.” … “These three counts, and the detailed facts Texas alleges, make clear that Texas’s beef is not with the states’ election laws, but with the states’ violation of their own election laws, in contravention of the U.S. Constitution.”

A Summary of the Texas Election Lawsuit. Robert Madsen – “Texas claims that the violations of election law in these states created an environment where ballot fraud was enabled and likely to occur. The lawsuit lists the violations of law in each of the defendant states and provides evidence of fraud (the number of ballots handled unconstitutionally) in each of the states sufficient to change the outcome of the ballot counts.”

Who Will Be the Fraud Deniers? Jay Valentine – “These are just anomalies. They happen in every election.” … “Well folks, anomalies cease to be anomalies when they all go in one direction.”

How to Deal with an Angry Wokester. Phil Shannon – “What follows are ten practical, road-tested conversational tools to help besieged members of the Great Unwoked handle social interaction with the AWL” – definitions of terms and descriptions of behavior.

Radical Son, Then and Now. John Hinderaker – “Radical Son was written as a witness to the dark undercurrents of American politics and to their enduring power in the nation’s life.” A second edition is out. Here is the new preface.

The Time for Talking with the Left is Long, Long Past. Selwyn Duke – “People who cannot be reasoned with can only be fought.” … “So what does this mean from a practical standpoint? How should we proceed?”

Will Biden Give in to the Hydroxy Effect? Victor Davis Hanson – “hydroxychloroquine has prompted furious partisan debate over its possible usefulness. Why? … Probably because Donald Trump endorsed its usage months ago.” … “This Hydroxy Effect — hysterical disavowal of anything Trump has endorsed — is dangerous to the country at large.”

Rep. Dan Crenshaw rips into Pelosi for her moral corruption and hypocrisy. Andrea Widburg – “That’s OK now because we have a new president. A president who recognizes that we need to depend on science…” … “we now have a full admission. She said the quiet part out loud. This was never about what was best for the American people, never about honest policy disagreement. It was about preventing President Trump from getting any credit; it was about politics.” … “What’s worse, Speaker Pelosi does all of this while people in her home state suffer from unscientific, unconstitutional lockdowns the Democrat leaders in California are forcing upon their citizens.”

Yes, Trump Can Pardon Himself But He Should Not Do So. Jonathan Turley – “It seems the subject of Donald Trump, like necessity, is the mother of invention, at least when it comes to legal analysis”

The Puzzle of the Pope. Christopher Akehurst – “Catholics need a pope who can use the undoubted pastoral gifts Francis has (one being that the first instinct of most people, believers or not, is to like him) to fortify them to endure the slings and arrows of worldly despisal and to remind them of the eternal truths of their faith, not add to their confusion and disorientation. And the world needs a pope who will preach those truths to it, not try to gain its attention by parroting back to it ideological clichés of its own invention.”

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