The F-35 continues to amaze and astound in its ability to do everything except be a proper airplane. https://t.co/bA2mZR37Jk
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) July 19, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg personally signed off on a plan to limit our journalism from being seen.
Meanwhile, he was having Ben Shapiro over for dinner—despite Facebook’s own fact-checkers flagging Shapiro’s Daily Wire as a source of misinformation.https://t.co/NbinqR6feJ
— Paul Cogan (@PaulCogan) July 19, 2021
MGM Resorts says that unvaccinated employees who test positive for covid won't be paid for time off while they're in quarantine.
Also, beginning July 26th all unvaccinated employees will have to pay for their own covid testing, and show negative test results on a regular basis.
— Las Vegas Locally 🌴 (@LasVegasLocally) July 16, 2021
“The individualization of responsibility for climate change may be one of corporate America’s most sinister marketing ploys, belonging in some hall-of-infamy alongside the ads from Big Tobacco claiming cigarettes help soothe scratchy throats.” https://t.co/TXarAp7I7x
— The New Republic (@newrepublic) July 11, 2021
A complaint filed by the families’ lawyers in Connecticut Superior Court says “There is no possible reasonable explanation for this conduct.”
One of the images appears to depict a minion illustrated as filet mignon — with the caption “filet minion.” pic.twitter.com/EATiDYGcLh
— Connecticut Post (@connpost) July 7, 2021
I’m glad I don’t drive a one.@Toyota has given $55,000 to 37 GOP objectors this year. What company in their right mind gives donations to any Republican in Congress who voted against certifying the election? #ONEV1 #FreshVoicesRise #wtpBLUE #wtpEarth https://t.co/xTjTpsKNEH
— 𝓒𝓵𝓪𝓲𝓻𝓮 “𝓑𝓮𝓪𝓻” is Vaccinated (@clairermassey) June 27, 2021
Trump's commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, earned at least $53 million — and as much as $127 million — from private companies "while he was collecting a taxpayer salary and supposed to be looking out for the public instead of his own profits." https://t.co/MObP771eqW
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) June 20, 2021
Less than 1 single years worth of the fossil fuels industries subsidies $82 billion, is enough to resurface every mile of the nations 160,000 miles of interstate highway system
With induction charging coils
And your EV would charge as it goes, never needing to stop for fuel pic.twitter.com/QvLkw1J9ty
— AltYellowstoneNatPar (@AltYelloNatPark) June 21, 2021