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    LAUREN Goodger has branded Dancing On Ice's judges 'vile' eight years on from her appearance. The former Towie star competed in the eighth series of the ITV reality show back in 2013, but was eliminated in the second week alongside her pro partner Michael Zenezini. 6Lauren Goodger hit out at Dancing On Ice judges on TwitterCredit: Instagram Yesterday, Lauren retweeted 2018 DOI winner Jake Quickenden's post about Sunday's Dancing on Ice: The Greatest Show on Ice, which looked back over the most memorable moments in the show's history. In his post, the former X Factor star expressed his disappointment at his screen time in the best bits special. He penned: "Gutted watching dancing on Ice tonight, had so many amazing memories and unfortunately didn’t get to see any!! "I guess they have loads of footage to fit in to 2 hours!!! 6She competed in the eighth series of...
    FURIOUS Dancing On Ice fans claim Faye Brookes was "undermarked" as they slam "unfair" judges amid the favouritism row. The former Coronation Street actress, 33, looked disappointed as the judges explained why she didn't get higher marks. 11Faye Brookes with her dance partner Hamish GamanCredit: Rex Features Ashley Banjo gave her 7.5, John Barrowman gave them 8.0, Jayne Torvill gave 8.5, and Christopher Dean gave them 8.5. However, all the judges suggested Faye and Hamish need to deliver more in order to get more points. John said: "It was beautiful Faye and Hamish. It was emotional and I really really did enjoy it. "But you're a couple we have to be really critical with because you're at a level where we need to nit-pick. And if I have to nit-pick I would say you need to point your toes a little more, okay? 11The judges...
    The Biden White House, top officials say, is going to make filling judicial vacancies a top priority. Hallelujah. While a key reason Donald Trump and Sen. Mitch McConnell had so many vacancies to fill was the essential blockade Republican senators put on President Obama's nominations, a significant factor was that administration's lack of prioritization of judges in the first term. That's not going to happen this time. "People are approaching this with a different sense of urgency," Senior White House Counsel Paige Herwig told The Washington Post. Herwig is a former Senate staffer who also served as associate counsel to Obama and is now leading Biden's effort. "And they understand. They saw what the Trump administration did for four years." Those opportunities are coming fast and furious as judges who've been ready to retire but didn't want to let Trump fill their seats are either stepping down or taking "senior...
    Getty Tamra Judge in 2018 Although former Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge is no longer on the show, she has become a big topic of conversation during Season 15 and has even started some drama from behind the scenes. While she was a Real Housewives star, Judge showed off her luxurious lifestyle while living in Orange County, California. So, just how much is the former star worth? According to Celebrity Net Worth, Judge has a net worth that is estimated at around $2 million. So, where does all of Judge’s money come from? Here’s what you need to know about Tamra Judge’s net worth:1. Tamra Judge Earned Money by Being on ‘The Real Housewives of Orange County’ View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tamra Judge (@tamrajudge) Of course, Judge earned money while she was a cast member on The Real...
    More from: At another time, in another year, there will be no need to take such risks. That’s the goal. That’s the objective. In another time, in another year, the Giants will feel fully on par with the team on the other side of the line of scrimmage in a key December game. They’ll do the safe thing and take the points. They won’t go with a center-eligible play. And maybe they shouldn’t have done that this time, either. Maybe they should’ve seized the quick 3-0 lead, see if maybe that would’ve gotten the Cleveland Browns talking to themselves early. But if we have come to know anything about Joe Judge in this first year on the job, it’s this: he’s not going to cower in the face of long odds. He’s not going to send a message to his own team that he has less than absolute faith...
    Rudy Giuliani boisterously declared that the path to the presidency for Trump did not involve the courts as judges in six states rejected his team's election fraud appeals, dealing a crucial blow to the president's effort to secure a second term.  Trump's personal lawyer was speaking on Hannity Friday as he made the claim and bemoaned about recent rejections in both Nevada and Georgia. 'The simple fact is, we don't need courts. The United States Constitution gives sole power to the state legislator to decide presidential elections,' Giuliani explained to Hannity. 'In fact, if we go back to the Founding Fathers, they would tell us that we are making a mistake.  Rudy Giuliani made the boisterous claim while appearing on Hannity Friday and as judges in six states rejected the Trump team's attempt to secure the election 'This should be thrown right to the House of Representatives and...
    Rudy Giuliani complained about judges rejecting the Trump legal team’s election cases on Sean Hannity’s show Friday night. Hannity, who has provided an uncritical platform for the Trump legal team’s case (and repeated some claims that have been fact-checked by his own colleagues), continued touting what Giuliani and others are alleging about the vote count. Just today, the effort to overturn results in several states was dealt blow after blow after blow. An Arizona judge rejected claims from that state’s Republican party, a Nevada judge smacked down the Trump camp’s case there, the Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected another attempt by Trump allies, and the Michigan Court of Appeals rejected the Trump team’s appeal there. With growing losses at the Trump team’s feet, Hannity continued talking up all the affidavits they have and insisted “we’re talking about enough votes to overturn the election.” Giuliani said in Nevada, “The judge has...
    A federal judge in New Jersey whose husband was shot multiple times by a suspect who authorities said was targeting her family said Wednesday that her spouse had suffered a “medical setback.” Judge Esther Salas said her husband, Mark Anderl, would likely need additional surgery after having already undergone 13 surgeries since the attack in July.  The judge made the disclosure during an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Salas' son, Daniel Anderl, was killed in the same attack, allegedly by suspect Roy Den Hollander, a self-described “anti-feminist” lawyer who authorities say had compiled personal information on Salas, including her home address, then came to her home disguised as a delivery driver. Salas said her son, 20, protected his father when Den Hollander opened fire at the door, taking a bullet to the chest.  In this July 20, 2020 file photo, news media is set up outside the home of U.S. District...
    A federal judge whose son was gunned down in front of the familys home earlier this year spoke to NBCs "TODAY" about a recently passed New Jersey law meant to protect federal judges. "What Im hoping will happen now is that we will expand these protections nationwide," said federal Judge Esther Salas. "Im really hoping that we can do the concrete things that need to be done in order to protect my brothers and sisters on the federal bench … I know that Daniel is looking down and saying, Mom, keep it going. Keep it going because we need to make sure that everyone is safe." Salas also talked about her husband who was shot during the incident. "Regrettably, Mark has had a medical setback and hes doing to need surgery in the very near future. So he is still battling those injuries. And obviously battling the injury to his heart. So...
    America is rejecting losers like this who have packed the courts for years. We won't be ruled by their failed ideology. Rather than any legitimate interpretation of constitutional law, all of the outcomes you can expect from the Supreme Court will now be solely based on how the decision will affect Republicans getting elected. It’s disturbing, because as I read and watch media figures discuss Biden’s lead, they bring up the Republican's lock on the judiciary as if overturning votes is just established precedent now. The federal courts, and especially the Supreme Court, have essentially been turned into an arm of the GOP. For the sake of the rule of law and its integrity, Democrats cannot allow this to stand.   This disaster was in the making for many years before Mitch McConnell made up a rule in order to prevent the first African American president from appointing a Supreme Court...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There are now 25 days left until Election Day, and states all over the country have been working to find enough workers to be at polling places. The threat of COVID-19 has many older adults backing out of the job this year. Minnesota’s Secretary of State’s Office says there’s been a surge of younger voters wanting to help, but there are still certain requirements on who can be an election judge. Some poll workers can be turned away due to party affiliation. Laura Vaughan and her husband applied to be election judges. The judges do things like sign in voters or register new ones and hand out ballots. WCCO APP: Click here to download WCCO’s new news app. “I thought that was a relatively easy thing I could do as a low-risk person,” she said. “I think like a lot of people this year everyone was kind of looking for...
    Getty: "A pamphlet with 2020 census information is included in a box of food to be distributed by the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to people facing economic or food insecurity amid the COVID-19 pandemic on August 6, 2020 in Paramount, California." A three-judge panel in New York, including two judges appointed by Republican presidents, on Thursday blocked impeached president Donald Trump’s unconstitutional and discriminatory order seeking to erase undocumented immigrants from the 2020 census, calling the July demand "an unlawful exercise of the authority granted to the President." The New York Times reports that the judges concluded Trump’s demand “was so obviously illegal that a lawsuit challenging the order need not go to a trial.” “The courts have ruled in our favor on every census matter in the last two years and continually rejected President Trump’s unlawful efforts to manipulate the census for political purposes,” said New York Attorney General Letitia...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Most Maryland jurisdictions have now found enough election judges for the general election this fall, the State Board of Elections said Friday. With just 66 days to go until the November election, local boards are still trying to build up their benches so they have replacements if people drop out. Baltimore, Montgomery, Prince George’s and Talbot counties, as well as Baltimore City, need more Republican election judges, while Allegany County is searching for more Democratic election judges, the elections board said. RELATED COVERAGE: More Than 11K Marylanders Signed Up To Be Election Judges, Gov. Hogan Says ‘We Knew It Was Going To Be Crazy, But Not This Crazy’ | Maryland Election Officials Talk Challenges, Work Toward Smooth Presidential Election How To Request A Mail-In Ballot In Maryland For November 2020 Election Maryland Faces Shortage Of Election Judges Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Earlier this week, Gov....
    ALEXANDER POVETKIN reckons ‘scared’ rival Dillian Whyte should stop hiding out in his caravan. Brixton ace Whyte has resorted to living in a couple of motorhomes at Brentwood Holiday Inn, while his Russian opponent stays in a regular room. 3Alexander Povetkin reckons ‘scared’ rival Dillian Whyte should stop hiding out in his caravan 3Whyte has resorted to living in a couple of motorhomes at Brentwood Holiday Inn Whyte, 32, and promoter Eddie Hearn insist it is to stop the pair scrapping on the M25 before tomorrow’s first bell. But the heavyweights shared a cordial stage for yesterday’s press conference and Povetkin, 40, even invited his rival to share a buffet lunch with him before he flies home. The Soviet slugger said: “I don’t see why it is necessary for him to live in a caravan — but it is up to Dillian. “I don’t need to be hidden away or...
    DENVER (CBS4) — Compared to the communities they serve, African American judges are underrepresented nationwide. As a member of the judiciary, Denver Court Judge Gary Jackson feels it’s his responsibility to not let this situation go unchallenged. When Hon. Gary Jackson, and University of Colorado graduate, earned an internship with the Denver District Attorney’s Office in 1969, he and three colleagues were pictured in the Denver Post. At the time, Jackson said he “had an Afro the size of an official NBA basketball.” (credit: Gary Johnson) He was the only Black man in the photo. Jackson says his Afro was a symbol of heritage and a badge of courage. The week after the photo was published in the newspaper, Jackson received an anonymous newspaper clipping that read, “this hairdo is a disgrace to you, your school, and certainly the D.A.’s office.” Since the beginning of Jackson’s career until today, he...
    DENVER (CBS4) — Compared to the communities they serve, African American judges are underrepresented nationwide. As a member of the judiciary, Denver Court Judge Gary Jackson feels it’s his responsibility to not let this situation go unchallenged. When Hon. Gary Jackson, and University of Colorado graduate, earned an internship with the Denver District Attorney’s Office in 1969, he and three colleagues were pictured in the Denver Post. At the time, Jackson said he “had an Afro the size of an official NBA basketball.” (credit: Gary Johnson) He was the only Black man in the photo. Jackson says his Afro was a symbol of heritage and a badge of courage. The week after the photo was published in the newspaper, Jackson received an anonymous newspaper clipping that read, “this hairdo is a disgrace to you, your school, and certainly the D.A.’s office.” Since the beginning of Jackson’s career until today, he...
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