A lack of linebackers could be one of their issues. Warner was the only linebacker on their active roster who was available to practice on Thursday or Friday because Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles (hamstring) is out and Dre Greenlaw and Azeez Al-Shaair had to quarantine because of non-COVID-19 illnesses. Both players, who have to be asymptomatic in order to play, are questionable for the game. … [Read more...] about Does the 49ers’ defense have an inside edge on Rams?
Integration what does it mean
“Whittle it down to the folks who are being prosecuted and either prosecute them or don't, but don't just hang on to them,” said Joseph Margulies, a Cornell Law School professor who has represented one prisoner. “At great expense, we walk around with this thing around our necks. It does no good. It has no role for national security. It's just a big black stain that provides no benefit whatsoever.” … [Read more...] about Biden Win Means Some Guantanamo Prisoners May be Released
“I am more hopeful now simply because we have an administration to look forward to that isn’t dead set on ignoring the existing review process," Paracha's attorney, Shelby Sullivan-Bennis, said by phone from the base on Nov. 19 after the hearing. “The simple existence of that on the horizon I think is hope for all of us." … [Read more...] about Biden’s win means some Guantanamo prisoners may be released
“It’s your job to read these things and not falsely report that there’s no evidence. Do you know how many affidavits we have in the Michigan case? Two hundred twenty affidavits. They’re not all public, but eight of them are,” Giuliani continued before laying out the claims made by four affiants alone. … [Read more...] about Rudy Giuliani Blasts Media for Failing to Report Evidence: 220 Affidavits in MI Case Alone, ‘Triple-Counted’ Ballots
That opinion is an eye-opener. Roberts accords the right to worship no deference by virtue of its being a fundamental liberty expressly protected by the First Amendment. We are to see it as an activity like any other activity, commercial or social, the pros and cons of which technocrats must weigh in fashioning regulations. The opinion, moreover, champions the power of government officials to dictate to the people who elect them without “second-guessing by an unelected federal judiciary” — exactly the power that the Bill of Rights, and the incorporation jurisprudence by which the court has applied much of it to the states, are meant to deny. … [Read more...] about It wasn’t just religious liberty that Chief Justice Roberts strangled