Third parties don't work in the U.S. They at most end up being a spoiler & resented by whichever party they more closely align with. We'd need some form of parlimentary system with a proportional representation for any party that break a minimum percentage for there to be a viable 3rd party.
Feinstein has been alive longer than the Golden Gate Bridge has been open. The bridge opened on May 27, 1937. She was born in June of 1933. The oldest Boomers were born in 1946. It's long past time for her to retire.
We need a mandatory retirement age & term limits for all government...
I don't think that the coach should be suspended. Even if it was a 222-0 beatdown. If you're getting the shit kicked out of you, then you need to find a way to play better or maybe basketball just isn't for you.
No idea, who will be the Democratic nominee in 2024. I don't think any of the alternatives to Biden mentioned in the OP can win at this time. There could be a Dem that's working behind the scenes that would do better, but I have no way of knowing. I think it's too early to say.
The drop it from a plane & take it to the edge of space isn't something new. Only that it was funded privately, as far as I know.
First flight in 1959. 3 were made 199 flights between them.
I think Cosby is guilty, but I don't think it's unreasonable that the court threw out the conviction.
Prosecutor runs for office on the promise of voiding an immunity deal made by previous DA, voids said immunity deal, and gets a conviction. Public sees this, AFAIK doesn't see evidence that...
If it's a legitimate prescription and there isn't a medical reason to do otherwise the position should be. "Fill the prescription or you're fired". Don't tamper with meds, you're damaging someone else's property, and possibly harming someone.
I was pointing this out with the 3rd party types back in 2016. In the U.S. the president will either be a Democrat or a Republican for the foreseeable future. 3rd party votes only help the major party you're more likely to oppose, especially if you live in a swing state.
I think it's silly to require a license to drive a bicycle, but maybe it's because I didn't need one when I was a kid. I suspect that requiring bikes to have license plates, etc. is a way to extract money. I do think that the kids, in the video should have gotten in something close to single...