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强人缺乏耐心

(2018-10-04 09:50:15) 下一个
History has been always made by the moment of decision-making: Now, it's the moment of testing "equal justice under law" - who got weigh in on the selection and confirmation of justice for a life time?

My conviction: human has limitation of knowing the truth, at the moment of happening - it takes time to pan out the truth. Often, people rush up and jump into conclusion - patience is something particularly lacked in powerful people - top-down approach mentality. Big shots don't need to take the consequence of their action - they can get away with their resources (tools), which grassroots don't have.  

Only thing do I want and pray for:

May God bless America and Americans.  

历史总是在决策时刻作出的:现在,它正在测试“法律下的平等正义”的时刻 - 他们在终身选择和确认正义方面受到了考虑?

我的信念:在发生这一刻的时刻,人类对于了解真相有局限性 - 需要时间来宣传真相。 通常情况下,人们会匆匆忙忙地得出结论 - 耐心是强大的人特别缺乏的 - 自上而下的态度。 我只想要和祈祷:

愿上帝保佑美国和美国人。


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GOP Sen. Ben Sasse (Neb.) said on Wednesday night that he urged President Trump to nominate someone besides Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court earlier this year.

 

"Although I've said many complimentary things about Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his distinguished record ... I will say that I urged the president back in June and early July to make a different choice before he announced this nomination," Sasse said as part of an emotional speech from the Senate floor about sexual assault.

Sasse did not say who he urged Trump to nominate but that he "urged the president to nominate a woman." Circuit judges Joan Larsen and Amy Coney Barrett were considered to be on the White House's short list for the Supreme Court vacancy created by Anthony Kennedy's retirement.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Kavanaugh slugfest could boost GOP in midterms, as polls show voter interest rising

 
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The historic partisan rancor surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could wind up helping Republicans keep control of the Senate in November, new polls and on-the-ground data suggest, as the controversy appears to galvanize conservative voters.

 

Political headwinds normally work against the party of incumbent presidents in their first midterm elections. According to an analysis by former George W. Bush administration official Bruce Mehlman, in the past 11 such midterm seasons, new presidents saw their party make net gains only once in the House, four times in the Senate and zero times in state gubernatorial contests.

 

 

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Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) on Thursday morning said the FBI investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was nothing more than a "cover up" by Senate Republicans.

Markey on "CNN Newsroom" said the bureau's probe, which did not include interviews with Kavanaugh or one of the women accusing him of sexual assault, Christine Blasey Ford, made a "mockery" of the Senate.

 
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Opposition among Americans to Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, has increased in the wake of his testimony last week before a U.S. Senate committee in which he defiantly denied sexual misconduct allegations, Reuters/Ipsos polling data showed on Wednesday.

 

In the latest seven-day average in a survey of U.S. adults, 41 percent of respondents opposed Kavanaugh, 33 percent supported the conservative federal appeals court judge and 26 percent said they did not know.

Opposition to Kavanaugh grew 4 percentage points after the Sept. 27 Judiciary Committee hearing in which university professor Christine Blasey Ford detailed a sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh and he denied it, portraying himself as the victim of a "political hit."

Opposition grew every day after the hearing in the poll, conducted between Sept. 25 and Oct. 1.

 



Hundreds of law professors sign letter urging the Senate to reject Brett Kavanaugh's nomination
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As of Wednesday evening, nearly 1,000 law professors had signed an open letter to the US Senate stating that Brett Kavanaugh lacks the "judicial temperament" to be approved to the Supreme Court.

Hundreds of law professors sign letters rejecting Kavanaugh nomination

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Close to 1,000 law professors across the country have signed a letter to the U.S. Senate stating that Brett Kavanaugh lacks the “judicial temperament” necessary for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court

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new open letter to Senate, from diverse group of law profs from many diff schools: "We believe that Judge Kavanaugh did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land." letter, sign-on here:

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Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge, write more than 650 law professors (and counting), who say the Senate should not confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

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Judge Kavanaugh exhibited a lack of commitment to judicious inquiry, write 650 law professors (and counting)

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"We are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that Judge Kavanaugh did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land."

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"We have differing views about other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing he did not display the impartiality and temperament requisite to sit on the highest court."

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Pleased to join so many colleagues in signing this letter.

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I try to keep my Tweets focused on patents & innovation. But few things worry me more than increasing polarization and entrenchment of views without interest in underlying facts. Even though I initially thought Judge Kavanaugh should be confirmed, I've signed this letter:

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About 18 professors from joined with 600+ others to sign this op-ed saying does not have the “right judicial temperament” to be elevated to the Supreme Court

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The list of law professors who signed a letter saying Kavanaugh should not be confirmed takes almost a minute to scroll through

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Tl;dr - They don’t like his jurisprudence.

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This will not change a single mind and will only hasten the sense on the Right that the academy is enemy territory.

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How many judicial law experts need to weigh in to be listened to? How many of these educated opinions and well-informed voices are going to be ignored or essentially muted?

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Nearly 1,000 law professors urge the Senate to reject Kavanaugh, cite 'lack of judicial temperament'

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Three former Yale Law School students who endorsed SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh are calling for a "fair and credible investigation" into the sexual misconduct allegations against him, the reports.

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