Excepts of the Notorious RBG’s Texas Voter ID Law Dissent:
- "Senate Bill 14 may prevent more than 600,000 registered Texas voters (about 4.5% of all registered voters) from voting in person for lack of compliant identification.”
- ”A sharply disproportionate percentage of those voters are African-American or Hispanic.”
- The District Court noted particularly plaintiffs’ evidence—largely unchallenged by Texas— regarding the State’s long history of official discrimination in voting, the statewide existence of racially polarized voting, the incidence of overtly racial political campaigns, the disproportionate lack of minority elected officials, and the failure of elected officials to respond to the concerns of minority voters.
- "Racial discrimination in elections in Texas is no mere historical artifact. To the contrary, Texas has been found in violation of the Voting Rights Act in every redistricting cycle from and after 1970.”
"I think a law clerk told me about this tumblr and also explained to me what Notorious RBG was a parody on. And now my grandchildren love it and I try to keep abreast of the latest that’s on the tumblr."
I live for these tags.
Q:What if when Killian escorted Emma home, Snowing are not in the apartment? What if he come in for a "coffee"? Please write something?
I think I like coffee better than tacos…here you go. Thanks artielu for letting me email you CS sexy time headcanons.
the parts and the whole
They are just leaving dinner when his pocket buzzes.
Killian thinks it’s his hand at first, since it’s at his side (the other hand rests on the small of Emma’s back, the heat of her body burning him through the thin material of her dress) but he soon realizes that it is not, in fact, his hand. It is the telephone that Emma has given him, buzzing and vibrating and when he pulls it out of his pants pocket, Emma’s name is on the display.
“Swan, why are you contacting me?” he asks her, and she turns (body brushing close to his – she is no longer opposed to contact, coming closer and closer with each step). She takes the phone from him with a frown, studying it before pressing a few buttons.
“It’s Mary Margaret – she’s using my phone,” Emma explains. “I must have left it at the loft.”
“What’s wrong – have they found Elsa’s sister?” Killian asks, and he would be lying if he said he wasn’t just a bit disappointed. He had wanted one night without snow queens or even thieves (he remembers his hand on the thief in the restaurant, the way he was so angry, so frustrated). But Emma just shakes her head.
“No…no, Neal won’t go to sleep, so they’re going to Granny’s with Elsa for pie, then they’re going for a walk around town to settle him down.” The phone vibrates again. Emma raises her eyebrows, tilts her head to the side. “It also appears I left my keys at the loft so the plan is that they’ll let me know when they’re almost home.” One more vibration, and Emma smiles. “She hopes our date is going well.”
A menu from a London Brothel from 1912.
Oh yes please, love me a bit of Diddling on the edge of the bed, with one foot on the floor
"If you’re not a self starter, please stay at home and jack yourself off"
I don’t think I’ll ever see anything better than this.
I’ll have one “Free back scuttling while woman rubs your nuts with a feather; must stay out of poop hole” please.
Porn hasn’t even discovered some of this.
"Customer must enter with cash in one hand and tool in the other."
This may just be the best thing since cats learned to play piano.
The Supreme Court doesn’t allow cameras during oral arguments, and Justice Antonin Scalia says that’s because short segments that don’t properly portray the arguments would be presented to the public.
Well, John Oliver finally has a solution.