On May 20th, a loose group of concerned Sanders supporters sued San Francisco, Alameda County and others:
What if I told you that her first job out of law school took her to California? To work at a small law firm in Oakland, founded by a Communist and a man who had been called before the House UnAmerican Activities committee years earlier? To help them as they defended the rights of draft resisters, Communists and Black…
Then they shoot the one who does.
It was all so confusing to me. Trump was angry, Cruz was crazy and I couldn’t figure out what was going on with Jeb. But now I know. People always say liberals are the artsy ones, but now that I’ve seen this incredible adaptation of the Lord of the Flies, I surrender to the incredible talents of conservatism.
I’ve been following the Apple/FBI encryption case for a few weeks now, and suddenly wondered, what are the Democratic contenders saying about it?
Mmmmm, maybe so.
It’s interesting to watch the Republican candidates on the field of battle. The sniping and potshots can be fun for someone on the other side. It’s decidedly less fun to watch the Democrats in the media doing the same thing. Not the candidates, the media. And the voters. The candidates have, so far, been fairly…
I’m struggling with something I’ve been seeing on Facebook. It started with David Bowie’s death. And I was deeply affected. I would never have guessed how much he mattered to me, but I spent the day humming his songs and then I made my kids watch Labyrinth. It seemed like a good way to deal with it all.
I’m currently watching a really interesting demonstration. We all *know* that many memes floating around Facebook and the internet are simplistic or misleading. Some are even outright false. So what do we do about that?
Because obviously you need to just accept that, sometimes, your child will get arrested at school. This is definitely not the fault of the school employees who are afraid of clocks.
This article is from December of 2010: