giftedviz.com
giftedviz.com December 17, 2018


Democrats Lining Up To Consider Challenging Collins In 2020

09 October 2018, 03:26 | Darnell Patrick

The $3 Million Crowdfunding Effort To Unseat Sen. Collins In 2020

Collins: I did what I thought was right

Senator Susan Collins has been targeted by liberal activist after she pledged to vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

"I did not do any kind of political calculation making my decision", Collins said. In the 45 minutes that followed, she made clear that she had no interest in listening to ME women, or to anyone else who objected to Brett Kavanaugh-and that she never did. But she did not say Kavanaugh or Judge assaulted the girls in the bedroom, nor did she provide the names of corroborating witnesses.

Collins' wholehearted embrace of these vapid GOP talking points is emblematic of her entire justification for supporting Kavanaugh, which basically consisted of her closing her eyes and plugging her ears to information that would prove inconvenient to the creation of a conservative Supreme Court majority.

She also pointed to Justice Kavanaugh's ruling on the circuit court in favor of rights of detainees in the war on terrorism - a case in which he rejected the argument of President George W. Bush, the very man he had served for years as staff secretary and who had appointed him to the appeals court. According to a new report from Planned Parenthood, 25 million US women of reproductive age "are poised to lose access to abortion immediately if Kavanaugh is the fifth vote to overturn Roe vs. Wade".

Collins told the Senate: 'To my knowledge, Judge Kavanaugh is the first Supreme Court nominee to express the view that precedent is not only a practice and a tradition, but rooted in Article 3 of our constitution itself'.

She said she believed that Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, was sexually assaulted, but that there was no corroboration that Kavanaugh was her assailant. Rice is not now a ME resident - she has family ties to the state - but would bring political celebrity that could make it hard for the state's shallow bench of lesser-known Democrats to stand out.

"I found Dr. Ford's testimony to be heart-wrenching, painful, compelling, and I believe that she believes what she testified to", she said.

DOCTOR WHO Drops Trailers for Next Episode and This Series' Guest Stars
The show was simulcast on USA cable network BBC America, as well as a primetime repeat, so expect domestic ratings later today. The next era started with the The Woman Who Fell to Earth episode, which was written by Chibnall and directed by Jamie Childs.


Hurricane Michael's path: Track the storm here
It has also been warned that isolated tornadoes could develop in the Florida Panhandle and southern Georgia. A Storm Surge Watch is in effect for Navarre, Florida, to Anna Maria Island, Florida, including Tampa Bay.


Nobel prize in economics announced in Sweden
Yale economist William Nordhaus is being recognized "for integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis". The award, which concluded this year's series of Nobel prizes , came into existence about seven decades after the others.


"I have met with so many Mainers that were sexual assault survivors", she told the TV station.

"The threats and opposition she has faced as of late did not deter her from her duties and convictions", he said. She said she'd give a possible Senate bid "due consideration after the midterms". "Everybody knows that", Ms. Collins said.

Opponents of Collins have been raising money via Crowdpac, a nonprofit crowdfunding website, and by some accounts have taken in more than $2 million to date.

The Democrats' prospect list is topped by Rep. Chellie Pingree, who Collins defeated once already, back in 2002.

"It would be pretty awesome to have a senator from ME who was a woman of color", said the 55-year-old university policy analyst.

"I mean, that is so devastating, and I think he reacted with anger and anguish as a father of two young girls, a 10-year-old and a 13-year-old", the Maine Republican said. During her remarks, the senator briefly touched on Saturday's momentous vote.



Other News

Trending Now

Palestinian shoots 3 Israelis in West Bank attack
The army called the shooting a "terrorist attack", adding however that other unspecified factors were involved. The prime minister said he was certain the perpetrator would be caught and brought to justice.

Senate confirms Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
But protesters overran the barricades and defiantly claimed the Capitol steps. "Big day for America!" he tweeted . Protesters rally in Time Square in New York, Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018. "I applaud and congratulate the U.S.

Trump hails cops in Orlando
Both men will likely see their futures re-evaluated after the elections, Trump advisers have said. Trump walked off Air Force One with Rosenstein and Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Google to shut down Google Plus after user information exposed
It was supposed to be a challenger to Facebook's social network, which now has more than 2 billion users. The company found no evidence the information was misused by any developers, Smith said.

Everything to know about the NYC Indigenous Peoples Day celebration 2018
The bond market as well as state and federal offices will open back up on Tuesday. The Columbus Day Italian Parade still continued as usual Sunday.

Dana White Just Shared Some Major Conor McGregor News
White said Nurmagomedov should've "pulled [McGregor] up from the ground and said, 'Hey, good fight, ' and got his belt". But I don't understand how people can talk about how I jump on the cage. "This is a respectful sport.

Facebook pushes into smart home space with Portal - a camera-equipped speaker
The Portal also doesn't record any of the chats you have on it, online or offline, making it safer, on paper, than the Echo. Additionally, you can also receive $100 off any two devices, meaning a bundle of two Portal devices will be priced at $298.

Jimmy Butler Rumors: Why Timberwolves’ Near-Trade With Heat Fell Apart
A Wolves-Heat blockbuster trade fell apart over the weekend, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski. In July, Butler reportedly turned down Minnesota's four-year extension offer worth $110 million.

Bulgarian TV journalist murdered in EU's third killing in a year
The Bulgarian interior minister, Mladen Marinov, said there was no evidence that the killing was linked to her work , however. Reporters Without Borders warned previous year about a suspected murder plot against a Bulgarian publisher, Georgi Ezekiev.

Facebook second friend request warning about accounts being cloned
Hold your finger on the message until the forward button appears...then hit forward and all the people you want to forward too ... If you're concerned however, you can check whether your account has been cloned by typing your name into the Facebook search bar.