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« on: Today at 06:59:48 PM »
As I have said on several occassions trump is the best campaign ad that Joe Biden has. I can smell the fear and desperation in trump's attacks.
Biden is not fit - trump can't walk down a ramp or drink water one handed.
Biden won't release his medical records - they must be laying next to trump's tax returns.
Biden can't articulate - trump can pronounce simple words, read from a teleprompter, make complete sentences and uses words like "bigly".
What a joke!!
« on: Today at 03:19:16 PM »
The internet is undefeated
« on: Today at 12:44:01 PM »
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Slater could have had a good OC when Damien Craig was there as QB coach. Slater would not give up the OC position so Damien left and went to South Alabama.
^^^^^ I like to produce receipts when challenged by the village idiot.
« on: Yesterday at 11:53:33 PM »
Whatever happened to Bigdaddy? Who is Bigdaddy
You don't remember BigDaddy the Skegee poster?
He and I used to go at it in the sports forum about AAMU vs Skegee.
« on: Yesterday at 11:51:01 PM »
He made his transition a couple of years ago. He was one of the founders of the athletics assn...
Thank you GK. I didn't know that at the time of my post. Jaimac called me and let me know after I posted I guess I missed it. May he ball and parlay in heaven.
« on: Yesterday at 11:47:34 PM »
Possibly the gayest post in the history of this forum.
A can't vote. transgender loving. no p&^%y getting, handicap stalking, african booty scratching pedofile calling me gay
. For your information BigDaddy was a Tuskegee poster on Onnidan for many years. Now get back to clicking no good on my karma, I'm trying to catch OS you lil petty SOB.
« on: Yesterday at 11:29:42 PM »
« on: Yesterday at 11:22:04 PM »
What's at stake here involve jurisdiction over prosecution of criminal matters. Read Robert's learned descent - IDIOTS.
You mean "dissent." But yet you call others idiots.
Anyway, here's a synopsis of the case from NPR:
Supreme Court Rules That About Half Of Oklahoma Is Native American Land
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that about half of the land in Oklahoma is within a Native American reservation, a decision that will have major consequences for both past and future criminal and civil cases.
The court's decision hinged on the question of whether the Creek reservation continued to exist after Oklahoma became a state.
"Today we are asked whether the land these treaties promised remains an Indian reservation for purposes of federal criminal law. Because Congress has not said otherwise, we hold the government to its word," Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the majority opinion.
The decision was 5-4, with Justices Gorsuch, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan and Stephen Breyer in the majority, while Justices John Roberts, Brett Kavanaugh, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas dissented.
Another analysis by VOX
The Court’s decision in McGirt, which was written by conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch and joined by his four liberal colleagues, has already produced its share of hyperbolic conclusions — some of them suggesting that the Supreme Court just ceded control of a good-size chunk of the United States.
The reality is much more nuanced. The primary impact of McGirt is that Oklahoma loses much of its power to enforce certain laws against members of Native American tribes within the borders of tribal lands. But the decision will have far less impact on non-Native Americans.
So what does this mean for Oklahoma?
Kanji, the lawyer for the Creek Nation, told me that McGirt is unlikely to disrupt the lives of non-Native Americans. “Given the constraints that exist on the exercise of tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians on non-Indian land (even within Reservations),” Kanji predicted, McGirt “will not lead to a sea change in taxing or regulatory authority on the Reservation.”
Nevertheless, in its own brief, Oklahoma claimed that the state could face terrible consequences if the Supreme Court determines that half of its land is part of a reservation. “The State generally lacks the authority to tax Indians in Indian country,” that brief claims, “so turning half the State into Indian country would decimate state and local budgets.” Additionally, “all adoptions and custody disputes involving Indian children residing or domiciled within the 1866 boundaries would fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of tribal courts, even over both parents’ objections.”
In response to these fears, Gorsuch effectively replies that it doesn’t matter, because the law says what it says. “Dire warnings are just that,” he writes, “and not a license for us to disregard the law.”
For those of you that have the time and inclination slog through the entire opinion and dissent, here you go:
McGIRT v. OKLAHOMA
This from a negotiator at a law firm. He must have been negotiating how many pickles the white man got on his sandwich
I'm revising my statement in the other thread to "Who in their right mind plagarizes off
« on: Yesterday at 06:55:14 PM »
That's good. However, our president has said doesn't think military bases named after Confederate leaders should be renamed?
Trump says he won't consider renaming military bases named for Confederate generals
June 10, 2020
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would not consider renaming a number of military bases that are currently named for Confederate military leaders after his defense and Army secretaries signaled they would be willing to discuss the issue earlier this week.
"These Monumental and very Powerful Bases have become part of a Great American Heritage, and a history of Winning, Victory, and Freedom. The United States of America trained and deployed our HEROES on these Hallowed Grounds, and won two World Wars," Trump tweeted. "Therefore, my Administration will not even consider the renaming of these Magnificent and Fabled Military Installations."
Trump did not address the issue of Confederate generals, but rather focused on the legacy of the facilities themselves, listing three bases in the South named for generals in the Confederate army.
"Our history as the Greatest Nation in the World will not be tampered with. Respect our Military!" he said.
Trump's tweet exposes a widening rift between the White House and the Pentagon. Senior civilian and uniform officers, including Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Army Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, indicated earlier this week their willingness to consider renaming the bases that honor Confederate generals.
Last week, Esper and Milley drew sharp rebukes from retired counterparts for their roles in the military's response to protests following the death of George Floyd. Esper had referred to American cities affected by demonstrations as "battle space" and Milley was photographed in his camouflage uniform walking on a path cleared of mostly peaceful protesters near the White House.
The Army has 10 posts named after Confederate generals, including Fort Bragg in North Carolina, Fort Benning in Georgia and Fort Hood in Texas, which Trump listed in his Wednesday tweets.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said at a news briefing that the president “fervently” opposes renaming forts, arguing that it was disrespectful to American soldiers killed overseas.
“A lot of times the very last place they saw was one of these forts and to suggest that these forts are somehow inherently racist and their names need to be changed, is a complete disrespect to the men and women who the last bit of American land they saw, before they went overseas and lost their lives, were these forts,” she said.
Has Trump changed his mind?
Well they can start the process on January 21st if all goes well.
« on: Yesterday at 06:50:33 PM »
Whatever happened to Bigdaddy?
« on: Yesterday at 06:44:01 PM »
Can somebody explain why FAMU is doing all this hustling to replace games? Them and JSU are looking real thirsty right now.
FAMU looks for replacement for OBC as Albany State cancels all fall sports amid COVID-19
The Orange Blossom Classic at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens currently remains on the docket for Labor Day weekend. However, the gameday programs and ticketing information have to be revised.
Florida A&M is still confirmed for its appearance in the game. The previously scheduled squad, Albany State, is no longer listed as the opposition.
Maybe they listened to trump when he said "poof one day it will be gone".
« on: Yesterday at 06:31:14 PM »