Month: November 2016
Slate, of all places, provides a few reminders and warnings about giving cops more unregulated technology. On the whole, body cams for cops are a good thing. Provided they can’t be turned off at will by the cop. Also, there needs to be a prohibition on turning a cop into a walking real-time surveillance camera, […]
Twitter users exercise their free speech rights to excoriate the Canadian PM for flowery language about someone who denied free speech to his people for half a century. Reason
Jeff Tucker, of FEE, explains why corn has been forced upon us this holiday season.
Cold War-era missile base, built under the ice, was abandoned after the ice began crushing it. Salon
Reason’s Anthony Fisher lists 5. Canada’s Trudeau gets appropriately roasted for his effusive comments.
See George Will’s column, Fidel Castro and dead utopianism: “Socialism is bountiful only of slogans, and a Castro favorite was “socialism or death.” The latter came to him decades after the former had made Cuba into a gray museum for a dead utopianism.”
High Times. Sheer insanity made a normal aspect of day-to-day existence in some parts of the globe. But Singapore’s got nothing on the murder spree currently underway in the Phillipines: 4,605 murdered by either police or vigilantes since Duterte took office on June 30.
From BBC. Charlton Heston had some good ideas as well.
When protesters call their bluff.
LewRockwell.com, Antiwar.com, DrudgeReport.com, the Ron Paul Institute, Naked Capitalism, WikiLeaks of course, among others. So basically every website I read throughout the day is on Putin’s payroll. Huh. Well, where’s my check, Vlad? See, “Washington Post Disgracefully Promotes a McCarthyite Blacklist From a New, Hidden, and Very Shady Group” The only fake news here is […]