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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87, community members celebrate her legacy

By Don Dike Anukam

By Don Dike-Anukam | Images by Eric Marks

On Friday afternoon a news flash went across the nation and around the world that the often-celebrated U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG for short) died of metastatic pancreatic cancer at 87 at her home in Washington D.C.

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Geoffrey Brooks September 21, 2020 - 3:01 pm

I think that most Americans would like to believe that who ever fills RBG’s seat is committed to the equality of women and their freedom to choose.

Empowering women is the best way to ensure that all have a more peaceful world where everyone can thrive.

The other qualification is that they will believe and act on using science as a guide (listening to experts). Too many Americans are too gullible tom be guided by facts.

Pollutants kill everyone, especially those who live in heavily industrialized areas. Reducing pollution will improve the quality of everyones life from a health viewpoint… Go Supremes, do what is best for all Americans, unlike our cowardly political leadership. Health and happiness are considered constitutional rights.

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Paul Clayton September 21, 2020 - 12:02 pm

Looks like the beatification of liberal Judge Ruth Ginsberg by the democrats. I don’t suppose an American citizen holding a sign reading, “FILL THAT SEAT!” would be safe at that event. Am I right? We’re all about free speech, but some free speech is less free than other free speech. Am I right? And this jumped out at me from the ‘article.’ ““If Republicans attempt to force yet another nominee onto the Supreme Court against the will of the American people…” Wait a minute. How do you democrats know the will of the American people? Aren’t American people who want that seat filled, Americans? And finally, are we now a one-party state (democrat) where only democrat opinions are allowed and all other opinions are ‘hate speech?’ I’m just asking questions here, okay. How about some answers.

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