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The prosecution of Cody Wilson for having sex with an underage prostitute absolutely reeks of being a setup by enforcers pissed off that they couldn’t get him any other way. (H/T MP)
In July, it became the first cannabis company to go public on the Nasdaq. Tilray is making a lot of people rich. But it’s partying like it’s 1999, says The Motley Fool.
The fedgov gives itself permission to spy on journalists — another delightful use of the FISA system.
New Mexico sues Google and Twitter for exploiting children.
Interesting notion: The whole NFL/Nike/Kaepernick flap is a bit of conspiracy theater to boost NFL ratings in “blue” markets.
Have you paid a traffic ticket, fine, or government fee online in the last few years? Chances are your data got hacked.
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.
This is spot on: Two years later, the elites really don’t get the rest of us, our concerns, and our value.
Oh horrors. A school resource officer is discovered to be an Oath Keeper and a threeper.
The gone-awry GoFundMe I linked about the other day is now in the hands of a judge.
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.”
A judge knocks the latest Bloombergian nonsense off the Washington state ballot. Our own Comrade X had something to do with this. And the billionaire victim disarmers hoisted themselves on their own petard (i.e. their sheer incompetence).
Georgia cop tasers an 87-year-old grandma who was cutting dandelions. His department defends him, ’cause you know, an old lady with a knife has a “capacity” for attacking a cop, even if she isn’t.
He robbed the bank. Sixty years later he returned there for dinner. (H/T MJR)
An armed bystander shoots a gunman who attacks a children’s event.
From S.W.A.T: Protecting houses of worship.
Wow. Ordinary people are capable of the most extraordinary — and extraordinarily wierd! — deeds. Quiet couple leaves a stolen multi-million dollar painting and a great mystery behind them at their deaths.
Pennsylvania is SO twentieth century. They got Defense Distributed to block downloads of 3D-printable gun plans. Lots of verbal hand-wringing. No acknowledgement that VPNs and proxies make physical location irrelevant.
Pity that neither the PA gov nor the Catholic church was so interested in protecting residents against 300 pedophile priests included in an upcoming “nuclear bomb” grand jury report.
We don’t need the future Silicon Valley is selling.
Wendy McElroy: “Does your money serve the state or you?”
Finally, an “expert” states what We the Peasants have known all along: Even the most innocuous-seeming law is ultimately enforced by violence, even unto death.
Cop who was given multiple breaks after killing an unarmed woman and bragging about it commits a double murder.
Wendy McElroy on free-market law and cryptocurrencies.
What the case of “Permit Patty” says about mercy and justice in today’s world.
The news comes a bit late, but Steve Ditko, the Salingeresque co-creator of Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, has died.