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President Trump Can Win Reelection Even If Unsuccessful in Election Recounts and Court Challenges


President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is pursuing recounts and court challenges in an effort to establish that Trump won the popular vote in several states that media organizations have said were won by Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden. Even if the campaign’s efforts are unsuccessful, state legislators in some or all of these states, should they conclude the election in their states was won by Trump, could exercise their power under the United States Constitution to award Trump’s electors in those states entrance to the Electoral College that will vote in December on who becomes president and vice president.
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Voters Across America Approve Drug War Rollback Ballot Measures


The Tuesday general election brought approval of several statewide ballot measures rolling back the war on drugs.

In September, I wrote about ballot measures up for consideration in the election that would liberalize drug laws in Washington, DC and the states of Arizona, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, Oregon, and South Dakota. Here is an update: In each state and Washington, DC, a majority of voters approved drug war rollbacks on Tuesday.
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Scott Atlas Offers a Very Washington, DC Apology


Scott Atlas, a coronavirus policy advisor for President Donald Trump, was recently interviewed about coronavirus policy by Afshin Rattansi at the RT show Going Underground. That should be no surprise. Talking with someone at RT is one among various avenues Atlas has pursued to try to put his coronavirus policy views out for more people to hear.
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Mask-hating Republicans Make for a Better Road Trip


Traveling around Texas, I have found that areas where election votes go strongly in favor of Republican candidates tend, during the coronavirus crackdown, to be the best for stopping for gas, food, or other shopping, or just to use a restroom. In these areas it seems I am least likely to be accosted by some person telling me to put on a mask. Indeed, often in these areas a store will not have a “Masks Required” sign on the door and employees will not be wearing masks or will be wearing them on their chins or with their noses exposed.
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Protesters Return to Baghdad a Year Later, Say Demands Still Unmet


The one-year anniversary of some of the last major protests in Baghdad saw thousands take to the streets in Tahrir Square, insisting that their demands are still generally unmet after all this time, and that the promises which were supposed to placate them generally didn’t pan out.

As with the last protests, the government sought to handle this rally by sending police out en masse to fire tear gas and put up barricades. Past history suggests this will not work, and will just rile up more people.
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Lew Rockwell Praises Ron Paul’s New Book and Work for Liberty and Peace


In a new essay titled “Wisdom from a Master,” Lew Rockwell details and praises Ron Paul’s many years of work advancing liberty and peace (some of which Rockwell observed as Paul’s chief of staff at the United States House of Representatives). Rockwell, in the essay, also presents a laudatory review of Paul’s new book The End of Unearned Opulence.
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Ron Paul, Featured Speaker at November Event


The Ludwig von Mises Institute is putting on an event on November 7 in Angleton, Texas at which prominent libertarian communicator Ron Paul will be the featured speaker. The event, titled Symposium with Ron Paul, is hosted by Lew Rockwell and Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute. Daniel McAdams, the executive director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, will also speak at the event.
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