Still have chocolate and eggs and flour so giving David Lebovitz’s chocolate tart recipe a go. (The Chef John souffles yesterday were wonderful.
Has the Trump Administration said anything that has been true yet? In three weeks they have produced more bullshit than most Administrations are capable of with two terms.
George Stephanopoulos got particularly heated with White House senior policy advisor Stephen Miller over recent claims by President Trump of voter fraud.
The president claimed last week that he would have won New Hampshire if “thousands” of people hadn’t been bussed in to illegally vote.
Miller argued to Stephanopoulos that “anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire politics” is aware of this, but Stephanopoulos asked him to provide evidence.
He ended up getting testy with Miller as he kept arguing his point, telling him, “Just for the record, you have provided absolutely no evidence.”
Because science makes baby Jesus cry?
NASHVILLE, TN (WMC) –
A proposed bill in the Tennessee General Assembly seeks to classify children born through artificial insemination as illegitimate children.
Representative Terry Lynn Weaver (R-Lancaster) proposed HB 1406, which is intended to repeal the current statute regarding children born through artificial insemination.
TCA 68-3-306 provides for the child to be considered the legitimate child of a husband and wife if the child is born through artificial insemination and with the consent of the husband.
“A child born to a married woman as a result of artificial insemination, with consent of the married woman’s husband, is deemed to be the legitimate child of the husband and wife.” (TCA 68-3-306)
However, the bill proposed by Weaver, with the Senate equivalent (SB 1153) proposed by Senator Joey Hensley (R-Hohenwald), would repeal that statute and label the child as illegitimate despite the couple being married and both consenting.