You may, in your life, make a lot of poor choices. You may have regrets. But no matter who you are or what your circumstances, remember this advice: If you die and your ex-husband commandeers your corpse as part of a real estate tax-dodging scheme, you’re allowed to haunt them. This was decided back during the 1600s and is considered a “deeply rooted” freedom, one that not even the Supreme Court has been able to find fault with so, by all means, go nuts with that.
In other news, Supreme Court theocrat Samuel Alito remains an eager culture warrior and willing copypaster for the far-right; representing the forces of not-fascism, we’ve got an interview with Jan. 6 coup investigator Jamie Raskin. Here’s some of what you may have missed:
- Ivana Trump was buried at her ex-husband’s golf course, and he can grimly reap the tax benefits
- Alito’s opinion overturning Roe was filled with rhetoric fed to Supreme Court by the religious right
- Pulling back from the ‘appalling descent’: An interview with Jan. 6 investigator Jamie Raskin
- The enslaved man who created Jack Daniel’s: Hidden Black legacy in America’s spirit industry
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