The Daily Populous

Tuesday March 7th, 2023 night edition

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The Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up an appeal brought by a Florida city that was sued by individuals who argued it had violated the Constitution when it held a prayer vigil in 2014 in response to a local shooting.

The city of Ocala, Florida, had asked the Supreme Court to intervene in the case, arguing that the plaintiffs did not have standing to bring the lawsuit.

The city said the justices should reject the atheists’ argument for why they had been injured with the prayer ceremony, making it appropriate for courts to hear their case.

Justice Clarence Thomas dissented from the court’s decision not to take up the case.

Gorsuch, however, expressed sympathy to the city’s arguments and said that its request that the justices intervene now was “understandable.”

The high court’s refusal to get involved means that the case will continue at the lower court level.

And we’ll raise – continue to raise the issue of standing and, of course, the Establishment Clause,” said Jay Sekulow, an attorney representing the city in the case. »

'John Wick 4' Star Donnie Yen On Asian Stereotypes

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So when actor Donnie Yen was brought on board to play that assassin, he requested to make some character changes, starting with the name change.

“The name was Shang or Chang,” Yen told GQ, which he considered an Asian stereotype.

Yen ad-libbed his own jokes and lines in order to give the character more personality besides being a token character. »

“They All Knew”: Media Matters Files FEC Complaint That Fox News Broke Election Laws, Lied for Trump

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While Fox made the accurate call, many executives regretted making the call because it hurt Fox’s ratings among Trump supporters.

If we hadn’t called Arizona, those three or four days following Election Day, our ratings would have been [bigger],” she said.

He is president of the watchdog group Media Matters, which recently sent a Federal Elections Commission complaint against Fox News based on evidence from the Dominion lawsuit. »

New Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi Announced With Teaser Trailer

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A brand new entry in the Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi fighting game series has been announced alongside a teaser trailer.

Bandai Namco has lifted the curtain on the fourth title in the Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi series, titled Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 4, during the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour 2022/2023 finals event.

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi is a series of fighting games developed by Spike based on the Dragon Ball manga series by Akira Toriyama. »

Russia’s Halfway to Hell Strategy

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Instead of invading eastern Ukraine, it launched a full-scale assault on the whole country and tried to take Kyiv.

Again and again, the Kremlin has stopped short of total militarization and total mobilization—whether of the economy or of society at large.

By many indications, this partial approach to total war is not haphazard, nor is it simply the result of failed execution. »