Tonight’s question, greetings, and banter here. (More)

Today the Klanmaster General’s Department of Just Us reversed its position in a voting rights case, arguing in an amicus brief for the U.S. Supreme Court that Ohio should be allowed to purge voters who miss three consecutive elections. Election Law blogger and former DOJ attorney Justin Levitt notes that it is very rare for the DOJ to reverse a previous brief, but this is the second such reversal during the God-King’s administration after a February decision to drop a key argument in a Texas voting rights case. Is the new Department of Just Us trying to make voting a “use it or lose it” privilege?


Today on Campus

Mixed NutsGoogle, Company Policy, and Wingnut Hypocrisy
Tuesday’s TaleReal Ghost Wives of Bigfoot County, Season 2


Credit: Adobe Stock Images. Standard License.