This week the gang is joined by Sirius XM radio host Shaun Proulx as they look at the Biden inaugural, Amanda Gorman, the kickoff of the new administration, whether or not the senate filibuster should be abolished, and their personal experiences with the gun culture in America.
by Kevin Kelton
In the days since Senate Republicans voted to overturn the Democrat’s filibuster and confirm SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch on a mostly party-line 54-44 vote, I’ve seen many respected journalists and not-so-respected bloggers describe the event as the Democrats “forcing” the GOP to invoke the nuclear option.
The Democrats did nothing of the kind.
What did happen is, the GOP voluntarily and willfully broke the long-standing rules of the senate by arbitrarily rewriting them. Read More
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