Today’s episode will leave you completely informed on does a presidential nominee have a background check done by the FBI, or CIA, etc; What is the current state of the SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh, does he have the right to confront his accuser; is he held to a higher standard; Autopsies done on prisoners reveal that about 9% of deaths were preventable deaths; We circle back around to the Nebraska case to talk about judicial philosophy; side story about how your handlers treat you; Florduh decision requiring Internet identifiers
[6:00] SCOTUS nominee status
[27:00] Lack of surgical care in U.S. prisons may cost lives – https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-prison-surgery/lack-of-surgical-care-in-us-prisons-may-cost-lives-idUSKCN1LS2KN
[31:00] Reboot of the Nebraska decision – https://journalstar.com/news/local/911/federal-judge-orders-state-patrol-to-maintain-status-quo-keep/article_1d070b41-1085-5948-b062-f4e93d3b2804.html
[53:30] Decision in Internet Identifier Case – https://floridaactioncommittee.org/disappointing-decision-in-internet-identifier-case/
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