Liveblog - In Case You Missed It: November 11, 2022

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Remember This? Even Craven Assholes Get it Right Sometimes, Not Often, but Sometimes:

“I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate,” the Senate minority leader said at the time. “Senate races are just different. They’re statewide. Candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome.”

His comments caused consternation within the Donald Trump wing of the GOP, as many of the party’s nominees were endorsed by the former president. But coming out of Tuesday’s election, there’s no doubt that McConnell was right – that the weakness of several of Republican Senate nominees jeopardized the party’s chances of winning the majority.

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2022 Midterm Election Results:

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President Biden/Biden Administration:

US judge in Texas strikes down Biden student loan forgiveness plan

A U.S. judge in Texas on Thursday blocked President Joe Biden’s plan to provide millions of borrowers with up to $20,000 apiece in federal student-loan forgiveness — a program that was already on hold as a federal appeals court in St. Louis considers a separate lawsuit by six states challenging it.

Environment:

Oil and gas firms planning ‘frightening’ fossil fuels growth, report finds

Analysis released at Cop27 climate summit shows plans would thwart chances of keeping global heating to 1.5C

Oil and gas companies are planning a “frightening” expansion that would result in 115bn tonnes of climate-heating CO2 being pumped out, equivalent to more than 24 years of US emissions, a new analysis has found.

The Worst and Stupidest People in the World:

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