“Unite the Right” five years later
Secret Service Held Onto Violent Jan. 6 Threat Against Pelosi
Governing Party vs. Personality Cult
djt: His Alleged Crimes at CRIME-A-LAGO and THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO ALL THE WAYS HE IS LEGALLY SCREWED, and his discarding and hoarding of documents just might be pathological
The FBI Confirms Its Brett Kavanaugh Investigation Was a Total Sham
Let’s Hear From the Women Lis Smith Smeared. The political operative who covered for Cuomo is on a comeback tour, trying to paper over the damage she caused.
Correcting Misinformation About Dr. Fauci
Poll Finds 3 in 4 Voters Want to Expand Social Security by Taxing The Rich
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Afghanistan and Carbon Offsets
Most victims of the global problem of out-of-control militarism don’t get the same attention from the Western press.
Is This The Moment For A Third Political Party?
The 10 Things That All Flat Earthers Say
Mr. Brunelle: quiet quitting and new Florida teachers
Census and more
Census: Post-Enumeration Surveys and Bureau Invites Public Input on Designing 2030 Census, and Bureau Must Ensure the Next Census Deploys the Highest Quality Science
Average Lifespan Of Residents In Each US State,
Federal and State Agencies to Notify of a Name Change
Salem Witch Trial Victim Exonerated After 329 Years
Was King Arthur a Real Person?
Should Christians Listen to Explicit Music?
Frederick Buechner, popular Christian ‘writer’s writer’ and ‘minister’s minister,’ dies at 96
Len Dawson, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and broadcasting legend, dies at 87
Ken Levine remembers Vin Scully
Cross-Pollinating for the Collective
Kelly’s eclectic linkage
Jodi Balfour on the Importance of Her Coming Out on ‘For All Mankind’
14 Notorious Movies and TV Shows That Have Never Been Released
Academy Apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather for Her Mistreatment At the 1973 Oscars
Capitol Records Severs Ties With A.I. Rapper FN Meka, Apologizes to Black Community for “Insensitivity”
Steve Martin on His Late Career Surge; he plays well with others
Now I Know: The Musician Whose Big Break Was a Broken Instrument and Münchausen by Internet and Why U-Hauls Pretend to be From Arizona and Why Barber’s Poles Have All Those Stripes and How to Get Supplies to an Underwater Laboratory
President Biden’s announcement on student debt cancellation generated a lot of conversation. Some believe the $10,000 forgiveness was far too little, while others bemoaned doing so at all. A Facebook comment by Kelly Sedinger resonated with me.
“Nothing illustrates our society’s abdication of the notion of leaving a better world for our children than we ourselves received than (a) creating an economy where higher education is almost a requirement to succeed at any level of comfort, (b) making said education wildly expensive, to the point that virtually no one can afford it out of pocket, (c) thus requiring a system of financing that applies higher-than-they-should-be interest rates and making that debt unable to be dissolved in bankruptcy, and finally (d) freaking out at forgiving some of that debt.”
Mark Evanier added: “A lot of folks who are fine with your, my and their tax dollars going to very, very rich people sure get upset when that money goes to people who are not very, very rich.
Lock Him Up Yesterday – Randy Rainbow
I Hope So – Katrina Stone
Coverville 1411: The Jethro Tull Cover Story
Javelin by Michael Torke.
Let It Be – Peter Sprague, featuring Rebecca Jade
Apotheosis of this Earth by Karel Husa
Shattered Memories – Michał Łapaj (feat. Mick Moss)
I’ve Just Seen A Face – Peter Sprague, featuring Rebecca Jade
Home Grown – Booker T and The MG’s (stereo)
Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna – Franz Von Suppe’