A real crime: "In CA, individuals are forced to pay average fines of $499 to retrieve a vehicle 3 days after a tow. 40% are unable to afford an unexpected $400 charge. A towed vehicle is the permanent loss of transportation for low-income individuals."https://t.co/ItBS6iHUys
— Scott Hechinger (@ScottHech) September 17, 2021
There are a lot fewer controls on these drone. Maybe time to reinstate them?
New: Just after the US military launched the Hellfire missile that would kill 10 civilians, the CIA issued an urgent warning: Civilians were
likely in the area, including possibly children inside the vehicle.
It was already too late. https://t.co/jA3bQ49d2X
— Katie Bo Lillis (@KatieBoLillis) September 18, 2021
Georgia criminal investigators are quietly conducting interviews, collecting documents, and working to build a line of communication with congressional investigators as they aim to build a case against Trump for his attempts to overturn election results. https://t.co/ALv6zMb3yP
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 18, 2021
Dirty fucking hippies have been saying this for two decades now:
Longtime Capitol Hill reporter quits after Jan. 6, "doubtful that traditional, objective-style journalism is up to the job of covering today’s politics and government." https://t.co/9lOW8Enehv It normalizes and sanitizes, he believes, and "can often obscure the reality."
— Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) September 18, 2021
New @nytimes investigation: Giant accounting firms send their officials into the government, where they water down tax rules in ways that help their firms' clients. Then they return to those firms, which double their pay. @JesseDrucker @dannyhakim https://t.co/mOt2qZiAbm
— David Enrich (@davidenrich) September 19, 2021
All these are, are a shield for right wingers to eventually exempt themselves from all the laws of the law, as blessed by the wingnuts of the Supreme Court:
State and federal authorities should come up with guidelines on religious exemptions for vaccine mandates, bioethics and psychiatry professor Robert Klitzman tells @smerconish.
“The problem is a lot of religious exemptions that people are claiming…are based on myths.” pic.twitter.com/N7GakrAKZO
— CNN (@CNN) September 18, 2021