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Why would anyone vote for Roy Moore, given the recent accusations against him of sexually inappropriate behavior with young girls? Patrick Buchanan argues the stakes are simply too high not to do so.
By Patrick Buchanan
Why would Christian conservatives in good conscience go to the polls Dec. 12 and vote for Judge Roy Moore, despite the charges of sexual misconduct with teenagers leveled against him? Answer: That Alabama Senate race could determine whether Roe v. Wade is overturned. The lives of millions of unborn may be the stakes.
Republicans now hold 52 Senate seats. If Democrats pick up the Alabama seat, they need only two more to recapture the Senate, and with it the power to kill any conservative court nominee, as they killed Robert Bork.
Today, the GOP, holding Congress and the White House, has a narrow path to capture the Third Branch, the Supreme Court, and to dominate the federal courts for a decade. For this historic opportunity, the party can thank two senators, one retired, the other still sitting.
The first is former Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada.
In 2013, Harry exercised the “nuclear option,” abolishing the filibuster for President Barack Obama’s judicial nominees. The Senate no longer needed 60 votes to confirm judges. Fifty-one Senate votes could cut off debate and confirm.
Iowa’s Chuck Grassley warned Harry against stripping the minority of its filibuster power. Such a move may come back to bite you, he told Harry. Grassley is now judiciary committee chairman.
And this year a GOP Senate voted to use the nuclear option to shut down a filibuster of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, who was then confirmed with 55 votes.
Yet the Democratic minority still had one card to play to block President Trump’s nominees—the “blue slip courtesy.”
If a senator from the state where a federal judicial nominee resides asks for a hold on proceedings, by not returning a blue slip, the judiciary committee has traditionally honored that request and not held hearings.
Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota used the blue slip to block the Trump nomination of David Stras of Minnesota to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Franken calls Stras too ideological, too conservative.
But Grassley has now decided to reject the blue slip courtesy for appellate court judges, since their jurisdiction is not just over a single state like Minnesota, but over an entire region.
Thus have the skids been greased for a conservative recapture of the federal judiciary unseen since the early days of FDR.
John W. Spring
At approximately 1:30 p.m. EST or 10:30 a.m. PST on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, which was at 3:00 a.m. in Pyongyang on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, North Korea launched an ICBM called Hwasong-15, which takes its name from the “fire star” or the planet Mars, named for the Roman god of War. Hwasong-15 had reached 4,475 kilometers or 2,800 miles into space, which was ten times higher than the International Space Station or twice as high as any satellite in a low orbit. If Hwasong-15 had taken a different trajectory course at a much lower altitude, it would be able to travel over 13,000 kilometers or 8,100 miles that could cover all of the United States on the mainland of North America.
As stated by MIT associate professor Vipin Navang, “They wouldn’t have to miniaturize much,” because the missile [Hwasong-15] is so much larger than previous versions it could carry a very powerful thermonuclear weapon. According to professor Navang, “More broadly, though the demonstrated range should leave no doubt that North Korea can hold the entire continental United States at risk, even if that range was with a lighter dummy warhead, a nuclear warhead wouldn’t attenuate the range enough to give comfort to those who don’t believe that North Korea cannot strike New York or DC.”
Despite downplaying North Korea’s missile capability by the so-called “experts,” with their very special access to the news media, we must finally become aware of this thermonuclear threat that can now reach us in such a short period of time measured in minutes rather than hours. JWS
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