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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - January 13 2022


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The American public no longer believes the Supreme Court is impartial

Never in recent history, perhaps, have so many Americans viewed the Supreme Court as fundamentally partisan. Public approval of the nine-justice panel stands near historic lows. Declining faith in the institution seems rooted in a growing concern that the high court is deciding cases on politics, rather than law. In one recent poll, a majority of Americans opined that Supreme Court justices let partisan views influence major rulings.

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Flight delays stretch into Thursday after FAA outage

A wave of flight delays and cancellations rippled into Thursday after a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) system outage grounded and canceled flights all over the U.S. on Wednesday. Nearly 9,000 flights were delayed on Thursday, according to FlightAware, an online flight tracker. Over 1,200 flights were canceled. More than 6,500 flights were delayed on Wednesday. After Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said the federal government was not ruling out nefarious activity in the outage, the FAA blamed a corrupted database file for the failure.

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Two-thirds feel guilty for throwing away sentimental items

In a recent survey of 2,000 respondents, over two-thirds (63%) feel guilty tossing an item that “still has a little bit of life left in it,” or that could be passed on to another

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Most Americans say it's inappropriate to discuss U.S. politics in Golden Globes acceptance speeches

When the winners are called at awards shows, the speeches (and oftentimes the controversy) begin. Previous speeches from Golden Globes winners have included comments about abortion access and the Me Too movement, prompting the 2020 host, Ricky Gervais, to tell the attending celebrities, "If you do win an award tonight, don’t use it as a political platform to make a political speech. You’re in no position to lecture the public about anything." Most Americans (53%) say it's completely or somewhat inappropriate for winners to discuss U.S. politics in their acceptance

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