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Supreme Court says leaked abortion draft is authentic; Roberts orders investigation into leak

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  1. June is the hottest month in Arizona. Tucson and Phoenix both have their all time high temperatures in June.

  2. If you would like to know about a wreck that was salvaged, this one was awarded by the US Supreme Court to the salvage company.

  3. And a larger percentage than usual are small, locally owned businesses. Tucson is full of small businesses with customer cars sitting out front.

  4. Originally the Wonder Bread bakery from the 1930’s or ‘40’s. People love that architecture.

  5. Austin is the state capital. The city could make life hell for the state government if they wanted to.

  6. Tucson, for example, is a Democratic city and has tried various defying stances such as higher minimum wage; but their problem is Phoenix is the state capital and Tucson does not have the clout to forego Arizona state threats to cut off funding. But Tucson still tries; they always try. It hurts the city, because the legislature is filled with people who have and would storm the US capitol.

  7. My dad had that dream, and he graduated college in 1949. I had it, too, of course.

  8. Yeah you can live here but you have to live in Sudbury

  9. Ordinary commercial soil is poor in these nutrients. Organic methods aim at better cultivation methods in order to get these nutrients into the produce. That’s why organic is worthwhile.

  10. The reason it’s happening now is that all the government individuals who lied about the situation the most egregiously have died. That’s what they were waiting for. That whole cohort of people who killed others to keep it secret didn’t want to be blamed and punished for it.

  11. Have you ever read the Garden of Eden story in the Bible? The snake doesn’t lie; God does. The Church has retold that story casting the snake as the bad guy so many times people believe it, but if you go read it that story is WILD and really different from what you’ve probably been taught.

  12. I’ve heard that biblical accounts are retellings of older Sumerian stories. Read Zecharia Sitchin’s books for some ideas how things could have happened. If one is willing to believe biblical stories, Sitchin’s ideas shouldn’t be frightening.

  13. Currently visiting the UK, was so pleased to see morning news anchors do literally that to the representative (or councilor??) they were interviewing. “You’re clearly lying, why can’t you just be honest with us?” God, so satisfying. He still didn’t really answer the question though….

  14. Yeah, I think House of Commons sets the tone. They make the prime minister stand up and answer; the members sass them all the time. Problem is the politicians don’t care and just go on despite the tough tone. They got used to it. So, no difference in the end.

  15. patrón/patrona in Spanish = boss/boss lady. Etymology = Latin patronus ‘protector of clients, defender’, from pater, patr- ‘father’

  16. In Ukrainian Patron means Bullet.

  17. Yes, I saw that and about 40 other language example replies similar to mine.

  18. It’s not an outcome; it’s an imposition. Abortion banners have continually been and still are in the polling minority. He should take his own advice.

  19. This was a very good news feature. Southern Arizona is close to the Sea of Cortez.

  20. I’m vegan, and seeds are what’s for dinner. Seeds = beans, nuts, grains, etc. Amazing seeds. Nourishment.

  21. Catholic Ireland voted a couple years ago to allow abortions. They know what it’s like to get on a plane to go have one.

  22. My university was doing sampling of ocean viruses. Used the Biosphere 2 complex in addition to ocean locations. U of Arizona.

  23. I don’t remember him being on DSN.

  24. It didn’t dawn on me either, and I saw Bridget and Bernie first run. Also DS9 first run. I usually recognize actors through any amount of makeup and prosthetics, by their voice at the very least. The movie I associate him with is Nightfall 1988, the asimov sci fi story filmed at paolo soleri’s arcosanti in Arizona.

  25. From Alito’s Wikipedia entry: “…From 1981 to 1985, Alito was Assistant to U.S. Solicitor General Rex E. Lee. In that capacity he argued 12 cases before the Supreme Court for the federal government. In Thornburgh v. American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (1986), the Supreme Court ruled against Charles Fried after he rejected a memo by Alito urging the Solicitor General to avoid directly attacking the constitutional right to an abortion. Alito lost only two of the cases he argued before the Supreme Court…”

  26. I meant the women’s march, so I can find out the details on where and what time we meet

  27. This. I'm from Texas and can tell you, the power of ignorance, prejudice and religion isn't confined to one skin color. A lot of Latinos on the boarder hate Mexican immigrants and vote heavily Republican.

  28. In Tucson I once had a hairdresser who was Spanish (from Spain), and she despised Mexicans. Pretty stupid position to take if you live 60 miles from the Mexican border.

  29. I don’t think that’s surprising at all. For one, Spain tends to think of itself as superior to Latin America. Two, most people’s racism is primarily towards people close to them. Mississippi and Alabama are the most black states - people hate the people who challenge them, who could potentially lower their standard of living, who could “take their job”. That’s why Americans don’t care about Gypsies or have strong feelings about them but people in Paris do.

  30. Not surprising; I said it was stupid. I mean there are probably an insignificant number of Spanish nationals in Pima County in comparison to the Mexican-American population. Last I saw Tucson was about 44% Mexican-American. The US bought it from Mexico with the Gadsden Purchase in 1853. Spaniards already lost it long before that.

  31. Good lord. I think I'm going to have to check in with the jpost every morning for a while.

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