Category Archives: SCOTUS

Some Days You Just Want To Scream!

(2:20 – Not sure if this fits, but I wanted to post it and this seems like a good spot) Mondays in June are the days that the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) reveals its answers to the … Continue reading

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SCOTUS To Hear Case Designed To Gut Unions

Grassley’s Obstruction About To Pay Huge Returns For The Wealthy Thursday morning the Supreme Court agreed to hear Janus v. AFSCME  The SCOTUS has once more agreed to hear a case designed to gut public unions. In 2016 an 8 … Continue reading

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Broxit

What happened Tuesday is much worse by far than what Brexit in the UK. That was a referendum on one issue. Tuesday’s election will bring about massive changes in most every aspect of our lives. Unlike they Democratic Party, the … Continue reading

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Grassley Demands Justice Department Investigation Of Justice Department, And Clinton Blockade Begins

Sometimes something pops up online that says just what you want to say. So here is a post from Thursday’s Dailykos by Joan McCarter that does a good job of what Iowans can expect if Grassley is re-elected. Since Chuck … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Election Campaign, Charles Grassley, Hillary Clinton, Republican Obstruction, Republicn Policy, SCOTUS

Grassley’s Huge Lame-Duck Session Flip-Flop Proves What We’ve Thought All Along

Grassley’s SCOTUS Obstruction Only About Politics http://www.ProgressIowa.org For Immediate Release: August 30, 2016 Contact: Pat Rynard, 515-868-5665 DES MOINES – In a story published in the Mason City Globe Gazette, Senator Chuck Grassley left open for the first time the … Continue reading

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In Iowa, Is The Debt To Society Ever Paid?

Iowa Supreme Court Says No. The Iowa Supreme Court Thursday offered a fine example of the consequences that elections have over the long haul when they handed down their decision on convicted felons losing their voting rights.. Consider this a … Continue reading

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*Release* Iowans to Hold Sen. Grassley Accountable During Recess‏

For Immediate Release: April 30, 2016 Contact: Matt Sinovic, (515) 423-0530 Iowans to Hold Sen. Grassley Accountable During Recess Sen. Grassley to be followed by demonstrations, questions, and a mobile billboard criss-crossing the state IOWA — Iowans will gather across … Continue reading

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Chuck, Can We Have A Refund?

We hired you to do a job. You refuse to do it. The law says we can’t fire you until November. You haven’t done your job for two years. That’s $350,000 plus the cost of your staff that you should … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court, The Republicans, And Democracy

Within an hour of the news of Justice Antonin Scalia’s death on February 13, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., ruled out Senate consideration of any U.S. Supreme Court nominee until the inauguration of the next president in 2017. This … Continue reading

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Grassley Losing It?

For the past decade it has sure seemed like Chuck Grassley is showing signs of what age can do to the mind and temper. In answering questions he sometimes wanders. Sometimes he takes to lecturing his audience as though he … Continue reading

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