Democrats struggle to connect with black voters – The Washington Post

“I was surprised that his staff didn’t have him go back there, or that he didn’t do it on his own,” said Pryce, a former state legislator. “They just need some manners. We’re Southerners. We’re going to serve you something nice. We’re going to be pleasant, but you better believe there’s power in that kitchen.”

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Reading the Mueller Report Part I: “A Sweeping and Systematic” Attack on America – Musing about law, books, and politics

The scope and scale of the Russian cyber attack on the U.S. was breath-taking and horrifying. 

From Special Counsel: “The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion.”

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Will We See the Full Mueller Report? – Musing about law, books, and politics

Yes, I do think we will see the full report. It may not happen as soon as people would like, but we will see it. 

There are too many legal means available for securing the report, and too many people know the contents.

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Constitutional Showdown on the Horizon – Musing about law, books, and politics

The constitutional issue is this: Who gets to decide whether a president is guilty? Congress, or the Attorney General appointed by the president?

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Yanks’ Sabathia third lefty in 3,000-strikeout club

CC Sabathia added another milestone to his Hall of Fame résumé on Tuesday, when he recorded his 3,000th career strikeout. He reached the milestone by striking out the side in the bottom of the second inning.

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