Friday morning, it’s off to Alaska again, to look over some more areas for our upcoming relocation but mostly, just to enjoy the free air of a place where liberty is still held as a value by most of the population. We have at least one more trip to the Great Land scheduled this year. It’s getting closer, True Believers; it’s getting closer.
On To the Links!
From Harvard Law professor and Democrat impeachment witness Noah Feldman: I disagree with Trump’s judicial nominee on almost everything. But I still think she’s brilliant. His conclusion:
We have a Supreme Court nominee who is a brilliant lawyer, a genuine and good person — and someone who holds views about how to interpret the law that I think are wrong and, in certain respects, misguided. I hope the senators at her hearing treat her with respect.
And when she is confirmed, I am going to accept it as the consequence of the constitutional rules we have and the choices we collectively and individually have made. And I’m going to be confident that Barrett is going to be a good justice, maybe even a great one — even if I disagree with her all the way.
It’s nice to see some people still have some intellectual integrity.
Chuck Schumer is a sanctimonious prick. Seriously, fuck that guy.
The correct response is “who gives a shit?” And, yes, I’d say the same thing if he endorsed the other team. Nobody with the sense of a rabbit should give a crap what some Hollywood celebrity has to say on any matter of substance.
What the actual fuck:
WATCH: Joe Biden suddenly brings up a person name “John” and accuses him of avoiding what needs to be done pic.twitter.com/p2JkYPzssh
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) September 26, 2020
This Week’s Idiots:
I think I’ve said enough already, so to brighten your Wednesday, here’s one of my favorites from America’s Songwriter; this one is from the soundtrack of Sam Peckinpah’s Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, which starred James Coburn and a very young Kris Kristofferson in the named roles. This is Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.