https://twitter.com/burgessev/status/1046824009873203201Senators loved the word “fulsome” this week. Gillibrand complained the FBI didn’t conduct a “fulsome review.” Even the secondary meaning of “abundant” isn’t fair here, because it implies the FBI would find a lot of info. “Thorough” would probably have been the better word. And...
https://twitter.com/metmuseum/status/1033084535683129345He was especially taken by the scene in which an evil Knight Templar, with the help of his Saracen slaves (spoils from the Crusades), abducts Rebecca, “the beautiful Jewess.” This 1846 depiction of The Abduction of Rebecca is in the Met, and...(2/)
https://twitter.com/JonahNRO/status/1027372664522985473They Might be Giants.
https://twitter.com/BobbyBigWheel/status/1026621044789051392And, @ScotBertram, NewsRadio.
https://twitter.com/JonRiley7/status/1021003426954653698“that there are not new applications of old constitutional rules. The Court must determine, for example, how the 1st Amendment guarantee of ‘the freedom of speech’ applies to new technologies that did not exist when the guarantee was created—to sound trucks, for example. . . 2/4
https://twitter.com/Acosta/status/1016360494431694848The theory implies that Kavanaugh said that *the courts* should protect a president from such situations. But in fact, it's clear that Kavanaugh says that only *Congress* has the authority to do so. See the excerpts below. /2