Civil Politics (6/23/23): A Censure of Honor

Further Reading:

The 5 men who were aboard the wrecked Titan sub loved adventures — and taking risks –

19-year-old Titan passenger was ‘terrified’ before trip, his aunt says –

In rowdy scene, House censures Rep. Adam Schiff over Trump-Russia investigations –

Marjorie Taylor Greene calls Lauren Boebert ‘a little b—-‘ on the House floor –

Hunter Biden will plead guilty in a deal that likely averts time behind bars in a tax and gun case –

Texas Senate bars Angela Paxton from voting in husband AG Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial –

Justice Samuel Alito Took Luxury Fishing Vacation With GOP Billionaire Who Later Had Cases Before the Court –

WSJ editorial board defends Alito, calls ProPublica report ‘non-scandal built on partisan spin’ –

Supreme Court rules against Navajo Nation in water rights dispute –

How the Supreme Court’s decision on affirmative action may change the future of college –

Futility: how a novel foreshadowed the sinking of the Titanic –

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