[A selection of links sent from Skye on what he thinks is worth TTPers’ consideration this week. It should get you ready for the HFR tomorrow. He welcomes your feedback and comments on the Forum!]
Turley on trollmeister Trump:
Its who counts the deaths and how they are counted:
De Blasio stupidly admitting to flagrant First Amendment civil rights violation:
But it won’t transcend even the four liberal Supreme Court Justices’ concept of the First Amendment. Keep an eye out for lots of fun consequences. A town that allowed “BLACK LIVES MATTER” to be painted on its street recently had to also allow “BLACK PREBORN BABY LIVES MATTER”. De Blasio’s admission makes further litigation regarding almost any permit refusal a sure win.
It isn’t just their articles on climate porn:
Giga election interference:
Did you know that Google has a roughly 3 gigabyte file on the average internet user? That is about 1,500,000 printed pages of data. Think about it. Then use duckduckgo.com for your searches. Duckduckgo.com doesn’t keep any records at all on your internet searches and activities. I also use and recommend their Privacy Essentials browser extension:
Twitter becomes ever more dangerous:
Another one of the usual suspects:
But don’t expect help from Congress:
Just when you thought that things couldn’t get any crazier:
Binney knows what he is talking about:
A victory at the Wall:
Sound classical economic analysis – Important for savers and investors:
Part 1 of VERY well worth reading:
Part 2 of VERY well worth reading:
Also very well worth reading is a book mentioned by the author of the above article, Edward Bernays 1928 “Propaganda”. Have you ever wondered how Americans could be persuaded to fight in the far away WWI? This book tells exactly how public consent for the loss of so much blood and treasure was engineered.
Good news regarding Turkey:
Good analysis of reopening schools:
Remember: Comments on the Forum are encouraged!