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Category: War on Some Drugs

Thursday links

  • 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.” 12 Comments
  • Thursday links

  • 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? 8 Comments
  • Friday links

  • This is what we’ve come to. Two employees, who did nothing wrong, got fired from their jobs for refusing to serve a woman who entered their business after it had already closed for the night. They refused service to several people, but only the one belonged to the Offended Class. (H/T jc2k in comments)
  • Stockton will become the first city in the U.S. to give out free cash in hopes of ending poverty and inequality. (At least it’s donated cash.)
  • Those new tariffs will harm everyone. Except perhaps a few cronies. 4 Comments