My my isn't this the same national terrorist group that beat someone literally in the middle of High Street right in from of the Ohio Statehouse that same day, while Ohio and Columbus law enforcement were nowhere to be found?
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13 Jan
So it turns out that @RepBillJohnson is pretty cozy I guess with one of the guys who just tearfully confessed to his part in the #CapitolRiots
Here is Adam Newbold, former Navy SEAL, in an @ABC report that includes video of him boasting of "breaching the capitol" and how "to get in, we had to destroy doors and windows."…
Adam is a director of ATG Worldwide, a company in Lisbon Ohio that provides weapons and tactical training. Their website says they serve "a wide variety of federal agencies, law enforcement and military clients."
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24 Apr 19
Franchise Tax Board v Hyatt is the sleeper abortion case you have not heard about. Because, of course, it is not about #abortion.

But the decision - and HOW it is reached - is going to determine how the incoming wave of abortion cases are going to be resolved.

The FTB case came from a tax dispute. A former resident of California sued the California Franchise Tax Board in a Nevada state court, claiming that it had done him all manner of wrongs in investigating his purported tax liability.
California does not want to be sued in another state’s courts. The current law, decades old, allows such suits.

The case has nothing to do with abortion, but everything to do with how to overturn precedent.
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