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Study shows regions increasingly suffer hot, dry conditions at the same time

Study shows regions increasingly suffer hot, dry conditions at the same time
— Read on m.phys.org/news/2018-11-regions-increasingly-hot-conditions.html

Vacillating extremes portend a future for which human infrastructures are ill-prepared.

Trump Seeks Supreme Court Ruling on Transgender Military Ban | Time

The Trump administration wants the Supreme Court to act quickly on the Pentagon’s policy restricting military service by transgender people.
— Read on time.com/5462519/trump-administration-supreme-court-transgender-people-military-service/

Trump grasping a straws as his feeble presidency fades into oblivion.

Acosta court case

cnnpressroom.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/exhibit-57.pdf. You have to read this!

Donald Trump Attacks Florida Mail-In Ballots | Time

Advocates for overseas voters harshly criticized President Donald Trump for arguing that some mail-in ballots shouldn’t be counted.
— Read on time.com/5452569/voter-fraud-florida-2018-mail-ballots-absentee/

Fake news however, works for narcissists and their gullible followers.

Ellen DeGeneres, Cher Urge for Gun Control Reform After Thousand Oaks Shooting — Variety IDEA: Keep the domestic handguns and re-fit them, but force manufacturers of bullets to make the tips out of soft rubber with just mild enough, but non-injurious impact, and with half or reduced powder content? Ban the sale of rifles and semi-automatic weapons completely. And put much tighter regulations on who can buy rubber bullet handguns.

After a deadly shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., that left at least 12 people dead and dozens injured, Hollywood figures including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ellen Degeneres, Cher, and Rob Lowe turned to social media to pay respect to victims and urge for greater gun control reform. Authorities identified the gunman as Ian David Long, a former…

via Ellen DeGeneres, Cher Urge for Gun Control Reform After Thousand Oaks Shooting — Variety

Federal appeals court rules against Trump administration on DACA | Fox News

A federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled against the Trump administration Thursday, saying the government cannot immediately end the DACA program that gives young undocumented immigrants a chance to continue living and working in the U.S. without the threat of deportation.
— Read on www.foxnews.com/politics/federal-appeals-court-rules-against-trump-administration-on-daca.amp

Another major setback for POTUS in the long line of others.

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