Here’s the NY TImes with a deadpan account, the last line of which is kind of funny:
Live Updates: Fox News Parts Ways With Tucker Carlson Days After Dominion Settlement
The announcement came less than a week after the network agreed to pay $787.5 million in a defamation lawsuit in which Mr. Carlson’s show, one of the highest rated on Fox, figured prominently. He was said to be surprised by the move.
Former Douglaston office of NY Congressman Thomas Suozzi, who retired rather than run in 2022, and whose name was still on the office, on a large sign, just a couple of weeks back. It is now the office of hard-working Congress distraction George Whatever his name is, working tirelessly for his constituency, even as they call on him to resign, while keeping the lowest oflow profiles in Douglaston.
To his credit, he’s trying his best to make the AR-15 the official gun of the USA! USA!!
Michael Rappaport makes an excellent point — we all have to stop comparing horrors. Suffering is not a goddamned competition.
The slave trade was murderous, it’s hard to imagine a worse life than being an American slave in 1850. The recent genocide ofthe Rohinga, last century’s slaughter of the Armenians, two holocausts among several. In between those genocides the Nazis built death camps, taking it to the next level.
Your new religious faith aside, Kan Ye, abortion clinics arenot Auschwitz. And your self-avowed mental illness is not a defense for spreading insane hateful ideas, pant load.
As we led the world in Covid deaths with MAGA’s staunch, idiotic insistence on personal freedom for infectious assholes, we also lead the world in incarceration. Pretrial incarceration, which is spared our wealthiest citizens charged with felonies, is a violent, brutal, punishing, sometimes deadly world for poor people presumed innocent, locked up in hellish, overcrowded conditions prior to their trial, conviction and sentence. This torture is reserved for the poor and racial and ethnic minorities. Or as Bill Barr, our former culture warrior Attorney General, warned Blacks and Hispanics, in front of a law enfrorcement audience, you’d better obey law enforcement and respect them or they ain’t going to protect you, and shut up, there’s no such thing as systemic racism here you fucking whiners.
Ari Melber with a devastating report on the reality of Riker’s Island and our grotesquely unjust two tiered system of justice in exceptional America.
The mask mandate on the New York City subway is a bit squishy right now, they kind of recommend you wear a mask, but nobody will really make a fuss. It’s usually about 50% in each car wearing masks. Somehow this lady’s face on the A train the other night seemedto say it all to me, as I huffed into my mask.