My favorite comment, though, was when discussing her dissent in the 5-4 decision on the voting law. In writing her dissent, she said that getting rid of that part of the law was "like throwing away your umbrella in a rainstorm because you are not getting wet."
She also noted that, even just a mere month from the law being overturned, having seen all the newly proposed laws in Southern states about voter ID cards, "I didn't want to be right, but sadly I am."
The good news about all this is that there are aspects of the law that remain unchanged which allow the Justic Department to challenge some of the laws, and apparently they are looking into doing that.
Right. Because up to now the news has been really great for them...
Let's see: their son was killed. He was dragged through the mud as supposed a drug-dealing gang member thug. And his killer was acquitted.
Personally, I think that rather than complaining about that, she should be upset that they hadn't also banned her from talking about foreign policy.
Or newspapers, the economy, science, the environment, and pretty much anything.
I'm not sure that it's fair to blame the drop in climate change coverage on this hiring. I could be that their climate change coverage dropped because their staff was too physically drained from the excessive heat wave.
I should mention that I myself heard a rumor today that there is a rumor there might be an Apple rumor next week.
And if it was up to me, I would rate Apple rumors from Dumbest to Least Dumb. You see, Apple Rumors are not actual news. They're...rumors. They're meaningless. When something becomes factual, they will at that point be news.