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  • The newest 15 messages in the super-cool #politics channel.

  • 05/17 14:51:12 Leeanne: Can we supply those women with semiautomatic rifles? *kidding*
  • 05/17 14:51:32 Beula: Stand their ground!
  • 05/20 22:18:30 Leeanne: https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2...
  • 05/20 22:27:04 Leeanne: also, Justin Amash
  • 05/20 22:30:51 Leeanne: this took a vaguely troubling amount of time to find, given the number of major outlets’ headlines _alluding_ to it: https://twitter.com/justinamash/status/11298316...
  • 05/20 22:34:46 Leeanne: > In fact, obstruction of justice does not require the prosecution of an underlying crime, and there is a logical reason for that. Prosecutors might not charge a crime precisely *because* obstruction of justice denied them timely access to evidence that could lead to a prosecution.
  • 05/20 22:34:52 Leeanne: (emphasis his)
  • 05/20 22:58:47 Leeanne: also, Don McGahn
  • 05/21 09:58:43 Yuko: Did Congress get the un-redacted report?
  • 05/21 10:01:36 Dewitt: No?
  • 05/21 10:09:40 Yuko: lazy bastards, not reading things they're barred access from wink
  • 05/21 10:12:44 Dewitt: Presently they’re throwing a fit about McGahn not responding to subpoena. So far, all huff, no teeth.
  • 05/21 10:38:38 Yuko: > Power resides where men believe it resides. It’s a trick. A shadow on the wall. And a very small man can cast a very large shadow. --Varys, Game of Thrones
  • 05/21 10:48:54 Kyra: And indeed he does.
  • 05/21 11:14:47 Percy: I agree in principal. In practice, power is a tentative agreement between powerful people. When a handful of people who are nominally powerful on their own decide share that power between themselves, their power can grow to reach an astonishing scale.
  • *Usernames have been changed to protect the innocent.
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