A vice-presidential candidate chimes in on climate (guess who)
Numerous articles and statements weaponizing weather events to push an agenda have shown up of late.  This is predictable given the time of the year when we are experiencing both hurricane season and and election cyclone. I coine...
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2209, 2020

Nominate and confirm

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President Trump has the authority to nominate Justice Ginsburg's successor and the Senate has authority to advise and consent.  They should both act without delay.

2209, 2020

EP 106: Bill Cooksey, Sportsmen Outreach Director at Vanishing Paradise

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  In Episode 106 of District of Conservation, Gabriella spoke to Bill Cooksey. Bill is a Sportsmen Outreach Coordinator at Vanishing Paradise, a project of National Wildlife Federation and Ducks Unlimited started in 2009 to advocate for restoration of the Mississippi River Delta. From meeting with legislators at the state Capitol to connecting outdoor industry leaders to the conservation movement, they are educating on the issue of coastal restoration in duck blinds, out on the [...]

2109, 2020

Is Al Gore downsizing?

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The Countdown climate initiative will feature numerous TED talks next month to roll back carbon emissions.

2009, 2020

EP 105: Michael Shellenberger of Environmental Progress

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In Episode 105 of District of Conservation, Gabriella Hoffman spoke to Michael Shellenberger—bestselling author and founder & president of Environmental Progress.  Shellenberger came on to discuss his book, Apocalypse Never, his work with Environmental Progress, why he changed his mind on renewable energy, why he advocates for nuclear energy, the truth about wildfires out West and what the future of environmentalism looks like.   Listen below WATCH   Subscribe to the podcast. [...]

1909, 2020

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia riding an elephant

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The sweet friendship between Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia teaches a great deal about collegiality, respect for others, and how to disagree with civility. R.I.P. honored jurists.

1909, 2020

The U.S. Constitution Appointments Clause

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The President: "Shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate... Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States." Article II, Section 2, Clause 2.