How can this be in the U.S.A.? (Citizens yawn)

A Visit to the DC Gulag. George Parry — “This is how totalitarianism looks: The plight of America’s January 6 prisoners in pre-trial detention.”

Looks Like Dissent Is No Longer The Highest Form Of Patriotism. I & I Editorial Board — “let’s see if we can understand this line of reasoning.”

The press spent four years debasing itself with wildly misreported anti-Trump stories that then forced some outlets to issue an endless number of embarrassing corrections. They did this expressly because they wanted to subvert the will of the people and drive Trump from office. That was called protecting democracy.

Now they say that, should reporters honestly report the facts about the border crisis, the supply chain crisis, spiraling inflation, the Afghanistan debacle, the endless COVID mandates, increased Chinese and Russian aggression – to say nothing of the fact that Biden is responsible for all of them – those reporters are posing a deadly threat to democracy, because by doing so they are driving down Biden’s popularity.

During January 6 Hearing, Schiff Doctored Text Messages Between Mark Meadows And Rep. Jim Jordan. Sean Davis — “Democrat Adam Schiff doctored text messages between Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan during Monday’s Jan. 6 hearings, an investigation by The Federalist shows.” … “Schiff and his team have a long history of doctoring and fabricating evidence to show their political enemies in the worst possible light.”

DC Bar Restores Convicted FBI Russiagate Forger to ‘Good Standing’ Amid Irregularities and Leniency. Paul Sperry — “A former senior FBI lawyer who falsified a surveillance document in the Trump-Russia investigation has been restored as a member in “good standing” by the District of Columbia Bar Association even though he has yet to finish serving out his probation as a convicted felon” … “The D.C. Bar’s treatment of Clinesmith, a registered Democrat who sent anti-Trump rants to FBI colleagues after the Republican was elected, has raised questions from the start.”

The ABC’s reign of error – Part II. Geoffrey Luck — “Complain about a nakedly biased report — in this instance the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse — and the ABC’s complaints unit will invest considerable effort in explaining why black is white, up is down and why a foreign correspondent’s editorialising is actually straight-bat reporting.”

A Critical Gap in Tornado Warning Technology: Lessons of the Recent Tornado Outbreak. Cliff Mass — “My colleagues at the National Weather Service (NWS), both at the Storm Prediction Center and the local NWS forecast offices (such as Paducah, Kentucky) did an excellent job in predicting the threat and provided timely watches and warnings before the tornadoes struck.” … “I will review the forecasts/warnings and suggest that new smartphone-based warning systems are both needed and possible.  Technology that could save many lives from such severe storms.”

 

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