Truthout Tuesday

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Someone better get some boots, we are going to need a lot for all the kicking to the curb that needs to be done.

A petition is circulating to disbar U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr from practicing law in New York and the District of Columbia, where he is licensed. The petition alleges that Barr should be disbarred for conduct largely pursued in his present capacity as attorney general. There is, in fact, substantial evidence to back up the charge that Barr satisfies the legal criteria for disbarment pursuant to the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Model Rules of Professional Conduct; and the New York and Washington, D.C., bar associations should accordingly take heed in acting in the best interest of the American people.

A primary function of the Justice Department, which the attorney general directs, is “to ensure fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.” Sadly, the Justice Department under Barr has not lived up to its charge. A case in point has been Barr’s attempt to block a recent intelligence community whistleblower’s complaint that mentioned Barr himself as complicit in President Trump’s alleged attempt to solicit interference from Ukraine in the 2020 U.S. election.

Elliot D. Cohen @ Truthout

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23 Responses to Truthout Tuesday

  1. Micki says:

    David B. Benson says:
    November 4, 2019 at 7:39 PM
    Kjell is now a home visit doctor and has already written a book, his second, about this experience.

    The Story Addict
    Kjell Benson MD
    The Bookbank Press, 2019

    in case you would care to read it. He just sent me a copy in the mail.

    ++++++++++
    This is great! I’d love to read Kjell’s book…I’ll search where I can purchase it.

    Home visits…yup! Back to the future. This model intends to be more patient- family-centric while saving lots of money. There’s a LOT that can be accomplished with community-based (in the home) health care!

    Home visits are a positive component in the continuum of care — integrated into the palliative care mdel!

    Yay for Kjell!

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  2. Den says:

    Drove down to Fallon for my Lab Tests, forgot vehicle registrations for 2 vehicles, which I waited 45 mins. to find out, DUH! So they never did get registered.
    Ate lunch @ The Slanted Porch where the food is always superb and locally sourced, YUM! made the best out of a very tiring day. Nice drive home, then just for giggles I removed an old analog antenna that had collapsed onto a Direct TV dish, and that dish in preparation for tomorrows real Dish install.
    History: What an ordeal that was, first I was scheduled for the install the Saturday I went to the hospital, missed that, then they rescheduled me to Dec. (might have already mentioned that) Anyway my Son gave me a tip to message the CEO Eric Carlson on FB and explain how I had been with them 20 years and didn’t they were giving me a fair shake when they were installing new customers within 2 days but existing customers could go fish, he agreed and said his team would handle it and they did. It’s like X-Mas I don’t know what I got but he mentioned discounts, bonus channels etc. We will see.

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  3. Den says:

    Tips to cut health care costs:

    1-Don’t get sick
    2-Be dead

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    • David B. Benson says:

      Avoid 1 and postpone 2 by

      Proper diet
      Plenty of exercise

      😐

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      • Micki says:

        Proper diet and plenty of exercise are key…but no guarantee. Sometimes, it’s the hand one is dealt.

        But, yes…take responsibility for well-being.

        No one is getting out of here alive. Longevity should not be the ultimate goal – quality is more reasonable, IMO. And, usually less of a burden.

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  4. David B. Benson says:

    Another hard-to-describe sunset ending in a blaze of pumpkin orange. During the 14 minutes.

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  5. °¿º arol says:

    David B. Benson says:
    November 4, 2019 at 7:18 PM

    Why shocked?

    Can’t remember the last time she invited me over. We live only 10 minutes apart, country 55 mph road.

    I see Pete way more than I see Jill.

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  6. ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶arol says:

    Looks good for the People of Kentucky getting rid of Gov Blevin. So far Beshear has won, but they might still be counting votes. I have zero hope for anything to go right, I’m a pessimist.

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  7. Micki says:

    “Dueling Banjos” is a traditional composition by Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith. The song was composed in 1954 by Smith as a banjo instrumental he called “Feudin’ Banjos,” which contained riffs from …

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