NBC News: Court order in Jan. 6 documents case may be bad sign for Trump – “The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia notified lawyers for Trump, the House committee and the National Archives that they should be prepared to address whether the court even has the legal authority to hear the dispute. Oral arguments in the case are slated for Nov. 30.”
Editor’s note: Most anyone over the age of 8 on this date in 1963 will recall that fateful Friday in Dallas, 58 years ago today. I was in third grade and can still recall learning that the President had been shot.
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Politico: As a coal plant fights for life, it could enrich Manchin – A power plant that buys coal from a company controlled by Sen. Joe Manchin’s family is fighting to stay alive by generating electricity for superfast data computing [i.e. a cryptocurrency mine], after being on the brink of financial collapse for years.
“We are excited to share our new video, “Just Beyond Olympia”. We created this video is to highlight places and activities outside Olympia, encouraging visitors to venture to all corners of Thurston County. This video was produced in partnership with Voortex Productions & Austin DeWees.”
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MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes: Joe McCarthy meets Trumpism’: Warren blasts GOP tactics to block Biden nominee – Sen. Elizabeth Warren blasts the GOP “Red Scare tactics” during the confirmation hearing of Soviet-born Biden nominee Saule Omarova: “They have attacked her viciously, mercilessly, personally, and stupidly.” [Ed. note: 1950’s McCarthyism, 2020’s McCarthyism – same thing! Both are disgraceful.]
“This Saturday (the Saturday before Thanksgiving) is Family Volunteer Day, a Global Day of Service that celebrates the power of families who work together to support their communities and neighborhoods. This year, the needs are greater than ever before and though volunteering may look different, there are still so many ways to give back. Take time out with your family this season to help others and make a positive mark on the world. To learn more about this day of service and ways that you may get involved go to https://www.pointsoflight.org/familyvolunteerday/