August 15, 2019

At the Spring Green Café...

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... you can talk all night.

The photograph is from the grounds of the American Players Theater (in Spring Green) where we saw a fantastic production of "A Doll's House" last night.

(And remember the Althouse Portal to Amazon, where you can buy many things, including "A Doll's House and Other Plays.")

70 comments:

Yancey Ward said...

I rarely get the first comment.

Yancey Ward said...

Spring almost everywhere with trees has a different, fresher, brighter green than does Summer.

traditionalguy said...

DJT’s speech in New Hampshire was his best yet. I pity the Dems.

Yancey Ward said...

If the WaPo report this morning was true about the broken bones in Epstein's neck, then expect the narrative to change- the media will now call it a hoax that he was murdered and that the broken bones were due to the earlier attack instead.

Phidippus said...

I'm glad you enjoyed the play, but I would have been inclined to spend my time amongst the weeds. They seem to have been in fine form that evening.

Yancey Ward said...

Google is apparently going to accuse the whistleblower of being mentally unwell. They apparently sent the police/SWAT/FBI to his door to do a "wellness check".

Mr. Forward said...

“The bergamot herbs are perennial plants native to North America and are commonly grown as ornamentals to attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.” Britannica.com

madAsHell said...

In 1997, the Stones toured through Seattle, and we took the kids to see them in the Kingdome. The Kingdome was demolished in 2000, and re-built as Century Link.

Last night, the Stones returned to Century Link field in Seattle. Unfortunately, my son had other commitments.

Jagger must have writers. He was able to banter in the local patios. Geoducks. He also recognized that he been "here before, but they called it something else".

Chuck said...

This current editorial in the Wall Street Journal is a good one; on a story that is getting far too little attention:

Senators File an Enemy-of-the Court Brief

If Republican Senators did the same, the left-leaning media would be up in arms about how the foundations of the American justice system were being threatened and how the tactic was beyond all bounds of legal reasoning. It's also a nicely written editorial. I feel like I can often tell if a Journal editorial was written by Paul Gigot, or Holman Jenkins, or Kim Strassel, or James Taranto. This one is so delightful to read, I'm not sure who wrote it from among the Editorial Board or likely columnists.

Please look at the link; I don't think it is subscriber-only. Although I get fooled on that occasionally because I am a subscriber and sometimes I am auto-logged on.

Unknown said...

“The bergamot herbs are perennial plants native to North America and are commonly grown as ornamentals to attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.”

It's also what makes Earl Grey tea taste awful iirc.

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Tank said...

@Chuck

Paywall

Fernandistein said...

Frodo, Fredo and Fedor walk into a bar and the bartender says, "Hi guys!", then he turns to Frodo and asks "What'll you have, Frodo?", and Frodo replies, "A goblet of your finest Wood Elfin ale, if you please!", and the bartender turns to Fredo and says "And what'll you have, Fredo?", and Fredo says "I’ll fuckin' ruin your shit. I’ll fuckin' throw you down these stairs!" and Fedor says "ошибка. в этом здании нет лестницы."

Fen said...

Google is apparently going to accuse the whistleblower of being mentally unwell. They apparently sent the police/SWAT/FBI to his door to do a "wellness check".

So then "Hello 911? Shots fired at Google headquarters" is on the table now?

Good to know.

tim in vermont said...

"f Republican Senators did the same, the left-leaning media would be up in arms about how the foundations of the American justice system were being threatened and how the tactic was beyond all bounds of legal reasoning.”

And yet, you are on their side.

rehajm said...

Today Lefties are pre-bitching about the massive Trump recession that has yet to materialize.

rehajm said...

Whitehouse is a pill, that’s for sure...

Andrew said...

I said goodbye to my daughter tonight, before she goes off to college for her first year. Her mom is bringing her tomorrow (we're divorced). Very strange mix of emotions. We had a wonderful conversation, surprisingly without any tears. I'm not sure the intensity has hit me yet. My apartment already feels empty. Most of her stuff is now gone. I do have a second child in high school, so I'm not an empty nester yet. But it's an unusual feeling, like a transition to an unknown new season (not only for for her, but for me as well). I've done what I can, but now I have to let her go.

Anyone else here ever experience this?

Unknown said...

Once I had a sinus infection while away from home for an extended period. I finally went to the local doc-in-a-box for antibiotics. The doc I drew was a very funny & loquacious New York Jewish guy.

At one point I asked him how long he though I had had the infection. (I wasn't miserable that long, but had been sub-par for a good bit). His answer was basically:

It's hard to say when it started. It's like "life". You ask a Catholic when does life start, and he'll tell you 'At conception'. You ask an Episcopalian and he'll tell you 'At birth, that's when life starts'. But if you ask a Jew..?

'When the dog dies and the kids go off to college -- *That's* when life starts!'

Ignorance is Bliss said...

Andrew-

Dropping my youngest off at college Saturday, so my wife and I will be empty nesters.

This will be especially tough, having just lost our other son to suicide.

David Begley said...

Good jokes!

rehajm said...

It’s as if they are hoping to cause a recession by motivating everyone to worry about one. Clearly it’s another coordinated effort based on the quantity of stories about a recession that doesn’t yet exist.


BarrySanders20 said...

Anyone else here ever experience this?

Yes. My oldest was always quiet and cautious and still is in many respects. She decided that college in the South was for her and we made the long drive. Night before she lost it a bit at the hotel, very emotional and questioning herself if it was right. We missed her dearly but kept up and saw her at Christmas and in summers until this year. She thrived at college, grew up a lot, and now, three years later and starting senior year, she has no regrets. Neither do we. We tried to raise her with good values and the ability to make good choices. So far so good. No tattoos yet and none likely anytime soon.

narciso said...

Meanwhile adam lovinger was absolved of this barbara streissamd charge of leaking classified info.

John henry said...

Chuck,

Can't read the article but is this about the threat to "pack" the court of they don't get their way on a gun case?

For some historical background read what happened when fdr tried it 85 years ago.

More to the point, what happens if pdjt says "yeah, that's a good idea. Let's add 15 more justices. I know just the ones to pick."

John Henry

narciso said...

Thats whats its about, of course it was a bluff on fdrs part, which got him the opiniond he wanted, but it boomeranged in the 1938 midterms

Michael K said...

Anyone else here ever experience this?

Yes, my middle daughter went to UCLA and lived in an apartment with three girls. She had lived with me since age 18, her mother and I were divorced (we are remarried after 25 years), and she was off on her own. We were going to take a Mandarin language class together at the local junior college but the traffic was too tough.

Tough to let her go. Then she went to Spain for a year.

rehajm said...

The WSJ story is describing direct threat to the court. The amicus brief says the court is already broken because it is acting against the desires of lefties and makes a direct threat to the court- act as we demand or we’re gonna pack it.

On the bright side: no more subtle NYT think pieces intended to sway Roberts.

Chuck said...

John henry said...
Chuck,

Can't read the article but is this about the threat to "pack" the court of they don't get their way on a gun case?


Yes, indeed that is it.

I am sorry for linking you to something that is paywalled.

So let me quote a bit of it:

When liberals worry about losing a major Supreme Court case, they usually make appeals to the Court’s “legitimacy.” This is intended to attract Chief Justice John Roberts by suggesting that a conservative outcome would damage the institution’s reputation. The ritual is disingenuous but usually subtle.

Five Democratic Senators have had it with subtle. In a remarkable and threatening amicus brief, Sheldon Whitehouse, Mazie Hirono, Richard Blumenthal, Richard Durbin and Kirsten Gillibrand all but tell the Justices that they’ll retaliate politically if the Court doesn’t do what they say in a Second Amendment case.

“The Supreme Court is not well,” they tell the Justices in what is really an enemy-of-the-Court brief. “Perhaps the Court can heal itself before the public demands it be ‘restructured in order to reduce the influence of politics.’” By “restructured,” they mean packed with new Justices by a Democratic President and Senate after they kill the filibuster.

The case involves a challenge to a New York City law that banned licensed gun owners from bringing handguns outside the city even if a gun is unloaded and locked in a container separate from its ammunition. The Court accepted the case in January. Fearing a Supreme Court defeat, New York softened the restrictions and in July asked the Court to dismiss the case as moot. The Justices are scheduled to consider that question Oct. 1. The plaintiffs say the regulations are still unconstitutional.

...

The not-so-amicus brief attacks the Federalist Society by name five times, as if the network of bookish conservative-leaning students and lawyers is responsible for swinging elections. It posits darkly that “massive political spending and secrecy are rarely a salubrious combination.” This echoes Sen. Whitehouse’s previous effort to force anyone filing amicus briefs to disclose who funded it.

The Federalist Society doesn’t file amicus briefs. Its efforts are devoted to educational events and debates on public policy and law, and they aren’t secret. Liberals are welcome. If Mr. Whitehouse were interested in learning about opposing views, he might be too. Unlike at other campus groups, no one is shouted down at Federalist Society events.

...

The message in political translation: Nice Supreme Court you’ve got there. Shame if it had to be “restructured.” This is a dramatic escalation in the Supreme Court wars, and it doesn’t come from the right. Prominent liberals have gone in the blink of an eye from agonizing over the Court’s legitimacy in the hope of swaying John Roberts to openly assailing the Justices themselves as corrupt.

We trust the Justices understand that if they now drop the gun case, they will appear to be bending under this assault.


narciso said...

Just like they wanted to get rid of the senate.last year



https://mobile.twitter.com/lukerosiak/status/1162152627397910528

wild chicken said...

You sure it was a bluff, narciso?

Got Roberts to vote his way. "Robert's Switch," they called it.

Funny that.

The Godfather said...

A little piece of good news. A federal judge has upheld (that is, denied a motion to dismiss) a suit against Harvard University for imposing severe penalties on students who dare to join private, off-campus clubs that limit their membership to members of a particular sex (i.e, all - male or all - female). If you had the temerity to join such a club, the University would block your application for prestigious scholarships, and even bar you from leading an athletic team or other organization.

https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.mad.204654/gov.uscourts.mad.204654.39.0.pdf

As an alumnus of that once-great university, I hope and pray that this will be a step on the road to its redemption.

FullMoon said...

Was not Trump's fault.


"The "Zebra" murders were a string of racially motivated murders that took place in San Francisco, California from October 1973 to April 1974. A group of male Black Muslims who called themselves the "Death Angels" committed at least fifteen murders and eight attempted murders, entirely against white victims. Some authorities, however, believe they may have killed as many as 73 or more victims"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zebra_murders

narciso said...

Well it was a bluff in 1937, roberts was guilted through other ways

Chuck said...

David French, writing at National Review, also took the Democratic Senate "Amici" to task over the court-packing threat:

https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/08/democratic-senators-threaten-supreme-court/

French's column was also linked and promoted at The Bulwark.

Birkel said...

I would add what I believe is the usual advice:
If you have given your child appropriate lessons - self-control, delayed gratification, work ethic, etc - your child will make unique mistakes and recover nicely. You've done as well as you can and have nothing about which to worry. Your parents made mistakes but here you are.

All you can do now is offer kind encouragement and thoughtful criticisms. So, good luck!

FullMoon said...

Warren and Harris say Micheal Brown murdered by white cop.

Black man shoots six cops next day..


Trump's rhetoric at fault

walter said...

Red v Apple is RAW

narciso said...

Isnt it curious:

https://www.justtherealnews.com/2019/08/15/response-from-hope-hicks-8-15-19/

FullMoon said...

Great news !


Lewandowski to join Trump at NH rally amid Senate bid speculation
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Corey Lewandowski will join President Trump in New Hampshire on Thursday amid mounting speculation that he could mount a 2020 run against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.).

Speculation has swirled in Washington over whether the president could use a planned political rally to endorse or encourage a potential Senate bid by Lewandowski, who served as Trump’s first campaign manager in 2016 and remains among his most ardent allies.

“I will be with the president tomorrow on his visit to New Hampshire and I’m excited for him to come back and talk about his message of economic prosperity and national security,” Lewandowski told The Hill.

https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/457395-lewandowski-to-join-trump-at-new-hampshire-rally

Drago said...
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Drago said...

LLR and Noted Liar Chuck still desperately trying to make far left billionaire backed The Bulwark happen!!

Too funny.

Almost as funny as trying to boost loser Justin Amash as he is booted out the door.

Yancey Ward said...

Chuck is right about the "Enemy of the Court" brief and editorial. The Democrats deadly serious here- I think if they get control of both houses and the presidency they will pack the court. This brief is just laying the necessary political groundwork for doing so- they need to be able to blame the move on the recalcitrant conservatives on the court for political cover.

Drago said...

Btw, anyone else catch NeverTrumper fake conservative Tom Nichols going all the way and quoting/praising the utter and complete Clinton hack Phillipe Reines?

Amazing as it sounds, these fake conservatives really believe they will simply reassume their pre-Trump roles once they are done working with the dems to get rid of Trump and republicans who actually fight against the dems.

They really believe that.

Yancey Ward said...

Andrew asked:

"Anyone else here ever experience this?

No, I don't have children, but I have been on the other side of your situation- I was the first of my parents' four children to leave for college 35 years ago. Now, when I left home, my natural teen self-centeredness led me to believe it was only emotional for me. It was also my mother who went with me to move in- my father and I had a kind of awkward good-bye because my dad wasn't really the emotional type- no tears, just a "don't get into trouble" sort of farewell and "see you at Thanksgiving in 3 months". My mother, though, as she was getting back into the car to leave started to tear up which then got me started, but that wasn't the surprising part- a few days later I got a letter from my father telling me how much I meant to him, and that he was sorry he couldn't tell me that the day I left. I still have that letter- I was thinking about it the night after he died last August, and reread it for the first time in over 30 years.

In short, I would say write to your daughter and tell her everything you might have been afraid to say just to avoid the tears. She will remember it forever.

Drago said...

When it comes to the dems threatening to pack the Supreme Court its important to remember that almost the entirety of the supposed "True Conservative" NeverTrumpers are in open alignment with the dems/left and are advocating for the dems to sweep all levels of govt in 2020.

The hacks at The Bulwark chief among them.

Bruce Hayden said...

“ We missed her dearly but kept up and saw her at Christmas and in summers until this year. She thrived at college, grew up a lot, and now, three years later and starting senior year, she has no regrets. Neither do we. We tried to raise her with good values and the ability to make good choices. So far so good. No tattoos yet and none likely anytime soon.”

Just had the one, and they are now 10 years out from their freshman year. But one thing to maybe expect. First semester freshman year can be lonely. It happened to me. I spent an inordinate amount of time in the clinic, very possibly to be mothered by the nurse there. Warned my kid what to expect, and then reminded them on multiple occasions that semester, and that it would soon pass. It did. We both found ourselves as we went into second semester, going Greek, making a lot of friends, etc. They are popping back to the east coast for three separate weddings this fall, of friends from college (seems like a lot of their classmates waited 5-7 years, often with grad school, for marriage, so there is a big rush right now).

Fen said...

The Supreme Court is not well. And the people know it. Perhaps the Court can heal itself before the public demands it be “restructured in order to reduce the influence of politics.” Particularly on the urgent issue of gun control, a nation desperately needs it to heal.

And conservatives like David French are too chickenshit to pre-empt the Democrats threat to enlarge and stack the court.

Might be "poor form".

Trump should do it fist. Threaten to bump it from 9 to 21. Make the Left go on record that it's a bad idea, make them join an amendment to keep SCOTUS at 9 Justices. And if they refuse, start nominating "new justices" till he gets to 101.

Bruce Hayden said...

I don’t think that CJ Roberts folds here. They could have easily dismissed the NYC case as moot, if they had wanted to make it go away. NYC tried hard to make that happen. I don’t see how they don’t slap NYC down. They were very clearly trying as hard as they could to interfere with the unalienable, natural, right of self defense, trying to all but ban handguns in the city. Then, I expect them to sit back and wait for one more Republican on the Court (likely knowing that RBG is fading fast).

I don’t think that those Dem Senators have really thought this through. The Court got expanded and reduced back to 9 Justices a century and a half ago, and has stuck there since. Expanding it to get a working majority is just the sort of usurpation that the Founders envisioned, and included a 2nd Amdt in order to alleviate. And there are a very large number of people who would see packing the Court in order to significantly cut back the 2nd Amdt protections as full justification for armed resistance. A second Battles of Lexington and Concord where the rulers try to disarm the citizenry.

The British, at least initially, had the numbers to potentially disarm the Colonials. These five Dem Senators don’t have a fraction of the numbers of arms or esp people to bear them, needed even to hope to disarm even a fraction of the Americans owning guns. Essentially cheating, as packing the Supreme Court would appear to be, in order to effectively repeal the 2nd Amdt through illegitimate (because of the Court packing) means is one of the few things that would probably galvanize significant portions of the gun owning public into armed rebellion.

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The Phillies win tonight was absolutely epic.

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Owen said...

Andrew and IiB and others who have seen their kids off to college: Yes, we did that. A special experience. Melancholic pride and hope and new loneliness and wonderment —Is our darling ready? Are *we* ready? Where did the years go? ...Thanks for reminding me of that poignant moment.

Matt Sablan said...

Alright. I've tried to believe Epstein's suicide was mass incompetence. But. I am now conspiracy curious. I still think it is less likely than raw incompetence, but we're talking 70-30 now instead of near certainty.

Shouting Thomas said...

Rich white woman from upper class suburb of Jersey wallows in self-pity over "the woman question" again.

This is a truly awful facet of your personality, professor.

Matt Sablan said...

There is not a doubt in my mind that court packing is a terrible idea whose time will probably come whether we like it or not.

Fen said...

"And there are a very large number of people who would see packing the Court in order to significantly cut back the 2nd Amdt protections as full justification for armed resistance"

I just don't see that happening as I once did. I think we will go quietly into the night.

We just witnessed a failed soft coup attempt to overturn the legitimately elected president of United States. And I don't see Obama, Hillery, Jarret, Powers, Brennan swinging from trees. In fact, I don't think a damn things going to happen to any of them.

iowan2 said...

Surprise! The left has stepped in it...again. All the wailing about Israel not allowing in US congress critters? Guess what. The Obama/Biden administration refused to allow a member of the Kisnet into the US, in 2012.
Have to ask Biden if he will continue the practice he accepted when he was a partner in running the country.

Bruce Hayden said...

The call to action, I think, would not be the packing of the Court, per se, but the combination of that with a new AWB. maybe a national firearms registry or drastic magazine ban. I have recently seen proposals for banning all semiautomatic firearms (as AWs), and limiting magazines to 5 rounds. Haven’t yet seen a proposal to follow CA’s ban on removable magazines for their AWs.

I think that they could get away with a creeping totalitarianism. They are likely to get away with Spygate, etc, simply because it didn’t affect our lives directly. But the Court packing seems directly aimed at the 2nd Amdt, which says to me that I think will more likely than not be utilized when there is a big case headed to the Supreme Court. And the most logical there would be to force acceptance of a revised, even more onerous, AWB.

I view the 2nd Amdt as primarily protecting the first two unalienable rights enumerated in the Declaration of Independence: life and liberty. Heller essentially addressed the first one, Life, protecting the natural right of self defense. An AWB is designed to curtail the second unalienable natural right, that of Liberty, because explicitly in our Declaration of Independence, and implicitly in the 2nd Amdt,, is the right to remove and replace a tyrannical government, by force, if necessary. That is where an AWB comes in - it is specifically designed so that the government can massively outgun its citizenry - or maybe, at that point, it’s subjects, making armed resistance futile. An AWB would be a fairly blatant attempt to remove militia weapons from the civilian militia, presumably to protect the government from the threat of a successful armed revolt, and ultimately revolution, removing those in power from power.

Bruce Hayden said...

“Surprise! The left has stepped in it...again. All the wailing about Israel not allowing in US congress critters?”

Actually, they stepped in it themselves. Turns out that they weren’t expecting to travel to Israel, but rather to Palestine. There is no such place as Jerusalem, Palestine, except in their fetid Antisemitic minds, but there is a Jerusalem, Israel.

Jersey Fled said...

Now that the expressed purpose of Talib's trip is to visit Grandma, I wonder who gets to pay for it?

Andrew said...

Just a brief note of thanks to those who responded to my question, about sending a child to college (or bring sent). I appreciate the empathy and the insights. I really enjoy the commenters on this blog, and learning from their (your) life experiences.

@Yancey, I am actually planning on sending her a letter in about two weeks. I wanted to wait until she got settled. To have said all those things, or given her a letter before she left (which she would have read right away) would have been too emotional. Thanks very much for the confirmation.

@IiB, I've said it before, but I'm so sorry for your loss. I can't even imagine it. I hope it won't offend you if I give you one piece of advice. For some reason I've known several people who lost a parent to suicide. One friend of mine discovered his father's body in his house. Another friend of mine reconciled with his mother after years of estrangement, and then she killed herself immediately afterwards. An unexpected but typical consequence in these cases was damage to their marriage. If you can, find a grief counselor or therapist who can counsel both you and your spouse in a way that strengthens your marriage. Your grieving processes may be different, and it helps to have a professional walk you through it. Again, forgive me if it's inappropriate to offer this advice. I wish the best for you and your family. Grace, peace, and healing to you.

Michael K said...

An AWB would be a fairly blatant attempt to remove militia weapons from the civilian militia, presumably to protect the government from the threat of a successful armed revolt, and ultimately revolution, removing those in power from power.

The Australian mandatory buyback, probably a model for the US left, is estimated to have failed miserably.

Australia on Friday announced a gun amnesty for next year after a criminal intelligence report estimated there were 260,000 illegal firearms in the country.

Australia introduced tight curbs on gun ownership after the massacre of 35 people by a lone gunman in and around a cafe at a former prison colony in Tasmania in 1996.

The country has had no mass shootings since and has been held up by many abroad as an example of the need for tight controls.

The amnesty comes amid a debate over gun laws that has opened up a rift in the ruling Liberal Party, pitting Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull against the man he overthrew ahead of a key party gathering this weekend.


And

In fact, according to the Australian government’s own statistics, a number of serious crimes peaked in the years after the ban. Manslaughter, sexual assault, kidnapping, armed robbery, and unarmed robbery all saw peaks in the years following the ban, and most remain near or above pre-ban rates. The effects of the 1996 ban on violent crime are, frankly, unimpressive at best.

Criminals, by definition, remain outside such laws. It does make usually law abiding citizens, criminals.

Bruce Hayden said...

Reading about Lexington and Concord last night, the trigger for an armed uprising is often the spilling of blood. The British had apparently tried to not shed Colonial blood (and visa versa), but it appears that the detachment that they had tried to sneak into Concord to seize the arms was a scratch unit with companies from a half a dozen, or so regiments, and officers from even other regiments. I think that the idea might have been to try to fool the Whigs in Boston that they weren’t going to head out to seize the Colonists’ arms because no entire regiment was sent. Just companies. But surprise was lost, with the Colonists becoming aware of the orders from London before the British commander in Boston did. In any case, it is theorized that the original casualties were the result of miscommunication and panic resulting from the British soldiers and marines not knowing the officers they had that day. In any case, several Colonists died from that original volley by the British, and their deaths were the justification for shooting back at the British. The British were essentially chased back to Boston, in a hard fought retreat, until sufficient reinforcements had arrived. Even that was muddled - for example the Major who was ordered to provide Marines for the relief had left the night before on the assault, and the orders for relief troops sat on his desk back in Boston.

We are rapidly approaching a quarter of a millennium since that fateful day at Lexington and Concord. Human nature hasn’t changed that much in the interim. Being bloodied, and doing the same, is probably what would trigger an armed revolt. And pretty much, the government has to shoot first, just like the British supposedly shot first at Lexington. If it happens, it will likely, again, be a screwup. But that doesn’t matter. Rather you have the government shooting it’s subjects, and them responding.

Michael K said...

I was the first of my parents' four children to leave for college 35 years ago.

My father, when I was a senior in high school, told me to "Get this idea of college out of your head." I went off alone to California from Chicago. I had a scholarship and $500. Things were cheaper then, so I managed. I moved into a fraternity house, the cheapest place to live then and with a built in social life.

I had a veery difficult relationship with my father, and no help. I probably over compensated with my own kids.

Michael K said...

Reading about Lexington and Concord last night,

Are you reading that new Rick Atkinson book ? I bought it and it is lost in the house. I'll keep looking.

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A whistleblower at Google has done a document dump that shows a blacklist that includes multiple sites that were excluded from Google Now (a search app for Android and iOS). Sites that were on Google's blacklist include...

Daily Caller
American Thinker
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LifeNews
Christian Post
Ricochet
Gateway Pundit

Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified under oath that there was no manual manipulation of search results. Docs suggest he might have committed perjury.

Zachary Vorhies was paid $260,000 a year, sacrificed that to clear his conscience. Sent docs to Project Veritas and the DOJ.

Google reported employee to police and sent FBI, SWAT, and Bomb Squad units to his home.

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So, Jeffrey Epstein was a financier without portfolio.

The Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock, was a former postman, and IRS agent. No one seems to understand where his money came from either.

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