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Texas Border Wall

Starting today and for the next several years, news for the U.S. is gonna be pretty wild.

  • 01/03/24: Reports that Biden admin is actively violating 5th Circuit order to not cut razor wire to assist illegal aliens into the country.  Biden admin sues Texas to prevent the state from defending its borders from illegal aliens.
 

 
Texas makes significant progress on protecting border this year

Significant news from Texas this week:

  • Greg Abbot signs three new laws to protect its border
  • Update on Border Wall progress:  over 16 miles constructed
  • Fifth Circuit orders Biden admin to stop CBP agents from cutting razor wire to allow illegal immigrants into the U.S. illegally
 

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3/1/24 11:59pm Friday
Updated the available tags list for news posts, but also eliminated separating them by commas.

bug: Changelog for news posts needs to be updated to work in the same way that news articles do.

For example, the article Useful mp3 on current ADF marriage cases was originally posted on 6/13/12 and was last updated on 8/28/12 and the counter was added on 10/29/19.  If I edit the news post the date last updated and the current date will be listed, but the date originally created will not be generated.

Update 3/2/24: fixed.  Also removed commas separating "available tags" as it is no longer needed.  It probably never was needed.

TAGS: website, bug, fixed

3/1/24 5:13pm Friday
Fixed the bug where an article with an ID value of 0 can't be viewed.  The article in question is Null?

TAGS: bug, fixed

3/1/24 12:41pm Friday
It is after noon, not after midnight, as I write this post.

Fixed

TAGS: fixed, bug

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5/12/20 11:48am Friday
Audio book: Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court by Mollie Hemingway; editor at the Federalist and Carrie Severino, Judicial Crisis Network and previously a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Summary: Of all of the vicious and horrible things that have happened to the president and various other people of the Trump administration, this is easily one of the worst.  Sadly, there are a few other things going on that are arguably worse.  Even worse is that there may well be worse things to come.

This is the inside story of how an innocent man was framed and vilified in the media, at home, and in his confirmation hearing, which most view as an interrogation and sentencing trial for a terrorist.  He was accused of sexual misconduct/ rape by upwards of a dozen women.

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