Friday, November 27, 2020


 Program Notes

The latest from the Department pf Public Harassment & Secret Services: The phrase sentence first (and) verdict afterwards is used to denounce arbitrariness. “Let the jury consider their verdict,” the King said, for about the twentieth time that day. “No, no!” said the Queen. “Sentence firstverdict afterwards.”

Lt. Gov. Tenorio returns to the card today to continue his quixotic battle against “local legislation.” De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Our governor has now got us national press on this one. [Tall Tales was able to obtain the governor’s PR Training Manual:

Open mouth.

Insert foot. [Beep! Beep!]

Wokesters don’t want any part of Jordan Peterson’s new book because his pronouns are ‘he’ ‘him’ and ‘his.’

Therese Terlaje again revises the history of the Chamorro Land Trust Act. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. Given today’s description of Sidney’s filings Tucker may have to eat a little crow. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed.

Today’s Card

  • The Department of Public Harassment & Secret Services v. YOU!
  • Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo (SCOTUS)
  • Governor v. USN [Dairy Farmers & GOP v. The Governor (gone national)
  • Penguin Random House v. Wokesters
  • Therese Terlaje v. History (again)
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Kentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho
  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito

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