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Pavlich is mostly right and at the same time a bit wrong. She correctly observes Senate seat can not be gerrymandered. She proceeds to reinforce a rather vague generality that "gerrymandering stops at state borders." That statement can be far too easily miscontrued to imply U.S. Congress seats can not be gerrymandered. Nonsense. There is a lawsuit going on in Louisiana right now over racially gerrymandered U.S. House seats. Louisiana Republicans have taken the overtly racist approach of ramming all the blacks in central Louisiana into a district with boundaries so bizarrely mutated that it looks as though it has been mashed up and shoved into a pencil sharpener. You would have thought in the 150 years since the Civil War that Louisiana's power whites would have grown up and gotten enlightened. They reflect poorly on the state and make it look like a 3rd-world, back-water, Apartheid hold-out with nonsense like that. Disgusting. I hope they loose the lawsuit.
Unfortunately, AGW deniers have had nearly 3 decades to achieve widespread acceptance of their views in a field where peer-review and widespread acceptance is everything: science. AGW deniers have accomplished the career equivalents of a high-dive belly-flops when it comes to gaining broad acceptance of their views among climate scientists...professional skateboard face-plants. The problem is they've just has so much time to build their case, and they colossally failed. The best of best scientists and institutions globally have by and large gravitated in the opposite direction...away from the AGW deniers. The AGW deniers still get paid, though: Fossil-fuel funded think tanks and front groups make sure they receive extra income.
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