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Oh, lucky us. Our cellphones are soon to be subject to a FEMA-driven “presidential alert system” that we won’t be allowed to shut off.
Ben Shapiro pens the very definition of socialism: “When government is everything, everything is crazy.”
Humans aren’t the only ones who suffer from socialism. Don’t miss J. KB’s last three paragraphs.
For the first time in 45 years, a Texas cop is found guilty for a murder he committed in the line of duty. Now let’s see whether he serves the time any other cold-blooded killer would. Ummmm … nope.
It is not a violation of Twitter policy to wish someone would kill the children of NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch — even though it is a violation of Twitter policy to wish for the killing of anybody else.
The economy: “Winter is coming.”
As LarryA says, “women and minorities hardest hit.” But in a way that NPR wouldn’t appreciate.
Wells Fargo closes a candidate’s account because of her opinions and those of some of her donors.
In the good-news-bad-news department, the U.S. military wants to expand, but discovers its recruitment pool is beyond pathetic.
Call yourself a “classical liberal”? You authoritarian racist, you. So sez the HuffPo.
Clearly, the UK now has an urgent need to ban hammers.
The Warren solution: Nationalize every big company in the U.S.
Leave it to the Lone Star state once again. Texas Tech police say campus carry makes them safer. (Tip o’ hat to LarryA)
Michelle Malkin says, “Free Valentino Dixon.”
Just in case you need more than the NYT’s assurance that their new hire Sarah Jeong isn’t racist. Or sexist. Or heterophobic. Nooooo, not her. (For the record, I don’t think having creepy opinions is a firing offense; but her hiring does cement NYT firmly in place as a provincial rag of the blue archipelago.)
The largest, most powerful gun-control organization does it again. (H/T RW)
Legalizing cannabis will … well, you just have to read it to probe the depths of the reefer madness.
John Lott on the end of gun control as we know it.
Americans’ deep, deep concern over Russia’s corruption of U.S. elections: 1% and falling.
On one street (of government-owned homes) in Detroit.
How come creepy ‘crats (or in this case their lawyers) always use that line about how [whatever thing they did] “doesn’t reflect who they are as a person”? What the heck else could it possibly reflect? Who their third cousin is? Who they are as a cockroach? Whot?
Nooooo, minorities can’t be racist. Doesn’t happen. (Scott Greenfield brings his usual good sense to an ugly subject.)
Yes, PayPal, death is definitely not a breach of your terms that can be remedied.
On Friday the 13th, Maggie McNeill urges us all to give very libertarian respect and support to the rights of sex workers.
There are more guns than people in the U.S. according to the WaPo and an international study. Keep up the good work, people!
After that big SPLC apology/settlement, it’s looking like a pile-on.
Thank you, Jeff Sessions for the lovely unintended consequences of your reefer madness.
OMG. Bad guy gets foiled by two intended victims in a row.
Uber applies for a patent that would enable its drivers to identify drunken passengers. The how is soooooo creepy.
I’m a couple weeks late with this news, but Dick Tuck, famous political trickster and Richard Nixon’s lifelong (and beyond) nemesis, died recently at the age of 94.