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...patent Simon Shiao Tam, Asian-American band called “Slants” due to racial abuse for people of that descent. William argues that Tam should win his case because there are many words in the English language that go unchallenged and it is obvious this case is political.
James Comey’s Dereliction by Andrew C. McCarthy is about Hillary Clinton’s internet scandal and the FBI director James B. Comey wanting to prosecute her. The FBI looked at the emails and concluded that there wasn’t enough evidence to make a case against her in the Supreme Court. The author believes that there was enough evidence and Obama Administration gave Comey instruction to not make a case against Clinton. I disagree. I don’t think that the Obama Administration would hide anything as serious that could affect the country’s safety. Although, I know government can be crooked and this could be true.
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