Monday, June 27, 2022


Currently under investigation for over 40 counts of criminal conduct including perverting the course of justice, suppressing evidence and intimidating the children’s guardian whom she ordered to close the case without even meeting the children!

Shockingly, this corrupt and criminal family court judge had her own nasty custody battle and also put her ex-husband through hell by fighting to deny him access to their joint children whom she ensured stayed with her, the mother.

Trump Fumes as Conservative Columnist Says GOP Is Rejecting Him Over Jan. 6

In a Wall Street Journal op-ed on Thursday, Noonan wrote that the January 6 hearings are "sinking" Trump and not helping President Joe Biden.

"Mr. Trump's national polling numbers continue underwater, but the real test will be to see those numbers after the Jan. 6 hearings are over. I believe we'll see Rep. Liz Cheney's kamikaze mission hit its target, and the SS Trump will list," she wrote.

2 US Orthodox Jewish groups laud striking down of Roe v. Wade, while Orthodox Union wavers

Agudath Israel of America, which represents the American haredi community, also lauded the Dobbs ruling.

“Agudath Israel of America welcomes this historic development. Agudath Israel has long been on record opposing Roe v. Wade’s legalization of abortion on demand. Informed by the teaching of Jewish law that fetal life is entitled to significant protection, with termination of pregnancy authorized only under certain, extraordinary circumstances, we are deeply troubled by the staggering number of pregnancies in the United States that end in abortion.”

The Orthodox Union, however, refused to “either mourn or celebrate” the ruling, criticizing both abortion on demand, and “absolute bans on abortion” – though the Court’s ruling does not itself impose any ban.

Was the fourth dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine effective? -study

They found that getting the fourth shot was associated with 34% protection against infection, 64% to 67% against acute hospitalizations for mild-to-moderate and severe illness, and 72% against deaths.

Thus, the fourth shot definitely saved lives and reduced the need for acute hospitalization. However, protection against infection with the Omicron variant was only “modest,” they wrote.

Fareed Zakaria: Supreme Court's ruling is not conservative, it's radical

Michael Savage: The Republicans may have just destroyed themselves | 'The Count'

Gorsuch grilled on Roe v. Wade

Kavanaugh: Roe v. Wade has been reaffirmed many times

Senator Susan Collins in 2018 on Brett Kavanaugh and abortion

Susan Collins Shocked That Brett Kavanaugh Would Ever Lie to a Woman

“When I met with Justice Kavanaugh before his confirmation hearings, he looked me in the eye and said that he considered Roe v. Wade the law of the land,” she said. “Nothing in his confirmation hearings suggested that he would ever be less than trustworthy with a woman.”

Sunday, June 26, 2022

Ultra-Orthodox parties fear vote drain as Haredi youth turns to far-right

As more and more young religious Jews find firebrand MK Itamar Ben Gvir's political ideas appealing, Haredi party leaders become concerned with Otzma Yehudit stealing votes from ultra-Orthodox in upcoming elections

'The dog that caught the car': Republicans brace for the impact of reversing Roe

Republicans finally got the Roe v. Wade decision they wanted, and in public, they are delighted.
More quietly, however, according to interviews with more than a dozen Republican strategists and party officials, they just didn’t want it to come right now — not during a midterm election campaign in which nearly everything had been going right for the GOP.

But it’s a victory that will almost certainly come at a cost. In Republican circles, a consensus has been forming for weeks that the court’s overturning of a significant — and highly popular — precedent on a deeply felt issue will be a liability for the party in the midterms and beyond, undercutting Republicans to at least some degree with moderates and suburban women.

Why Jews ignored stark warnings from inside Auschwitz

But he soon realised his assumption was incorrect. There was quite a difference between knowledge and belief. He found it difficult to alert the community because many leaders did not believe the content of his report. And it is not obvious that if people had been alerted they themselves would have believed it, and would have acted accordingly.