Monday, December 14, 2020


 Program Notes December 14

Previous shows involved Joe San Agustin’s showing that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Joe opposed the elimination of noncontributory lifetime pensions for governors but cosponsored a bill to micromanage the attorney general. The “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing” theme was also demonstrated by Clynt as he takes over GPA for the CCP. That fab four return to today’s card sub nom. Sens. San Agustin, Barnes, Castro and Clynt v. GPA Ratepayers. There is a glimmer of light. At least Sen. Raging Lee wants to be seen as something other than an environmental whacko. Lee’s is showing some komon sense re Bill 404. And even Sen. (Taitano) is backing off on plastic bags. Maybe Clynt and Adrian Cruz will figure out that the “grass roots” is where tourists come from.  Tall Tales goes national with the case filed by the state of Texas and local with Javier Atalig’s election contest. Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) Lefties used to be champions of free speech—now they oppose it.  English is a microaggression for the Left.

Today’s card

  • Komon Sense v. Environmental Whackos
  • [Sens. San Agustin, Barnes and Castro v. GPA Ratepayers [UPDATE Joe San Agustin v. Separation of Powers
  • [UPDATE GVB v. Clynt & Adrian [Clynt & Adrian Cruz v. Governor Gutierrez
  • SCOTUS v. Texas and Us [Javier Atalig v. GEC + Texas v. 4 states
  • Underwood’s Double Whammy v. Christmas
  • The Virus v. GovGuam Employees
  • BLM v. Whitecoat
  • The Left v. Free Speech
  • Cornell v. English

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