Ruth Bader Ginsburg just threw a major wrench into Donald Trump’s plans for the Supreme Court

In these dark times for America, there is one ray of light – Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has signaled she will return for another term on the nation’s highest court despite being 84-years-old. The signal comes with the news that Ginsburg has picked her full complement of clerks for the coming term, all of them top-level college graduates, notes Newsweek.  [embed]https://twitter.com/Newsweek/status/949317196378853376[/embed] That will be frustrating news to President Trump, who has made his dislike of Ginsburg very public since she commented when he was running for president that she could not imagine what the country would be like with him as president, criticized him for not releasing his tax returns and later called…
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Activist Erica Garner, Daughter Of Eric Garner, Dead At 27 After Heart Attack

She had been an outspoken advocate for police accountability since her father’s chokehold death in 2014. Activist Erica Garner, the eldest daughter of police chokehold victim Eric Garner, died Friday morning, less than a week after suffering a heart attack. She was 27. Garner was an outspoken advocate for police accountability, calling for justice and police reform following the 2014 death of her father, whose dying gasps of “I can’t breathe” as a New York City police officer restrained him became a rallying cry at Black Lives Matter protests. “It is important for us to show the world we can stand together as one people,” Garner wrote in a 2015 blog post for HuffPost. “It’s…
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Alabama officials just responded to Moore’s request to delay finalizing election results (WATCH)

Late last night, in the latest development in the interminable Roy Moore saga, the failed Alabama Republican Senate candidate and accused child molester filed an official complaint to delay the certification of the December 12th special election results on the basis of voter fraud, in hopes of ultimately being granted “a new election.” This morning, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill has announced that he, along with Governor Kay Ivey and Attorney General Steve Marshall, will proceed in certifying the election results that name Doug Jones as Alabama’s next Senator. https://twitter.com/CNN/status/946403131025494016 “Doug jones will be certified today at 2PM Eastern Time,” Merrill explains. “The governor, Kay Ivey, our attorney general, Steve Marshall, and I…
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Rosie O’Donnell just slammed Paul Ryan in perfect Christmas morning tweet

Hypocritically religious House Speaker Paul Ryan tweeted out this Christmas message the other day: https://twitter.com/SpeakerRyan/status/944700120968331265 Fine sentiments, but the denizens of Twitter were not going to let the man who led the fight to destroy health care and reduce needed social services to millions of needy Americans get away with issuing pious platitudes without pointing out his abandonment of Christian principles in his legislative agenda. Shannon Watts, the founder of the anti-gun violence group Moms Demand, fired one of the first volleys: https://twitter.com/shannonrwatts/status/944949424962150400 TV Host and comedienne Rosie O’Donnell saw Ms. Watts tweet and added her own inimitable commentary. https://twitter.com/Rosie/status/945177776289734657 The House Speaker regularly professes his Catholic faith, however, his true…
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