"Facebook bans CNN as part of crackdown on conspiracy websites"
Babylon Bee has been on fire for the last few months. Of course, with the current state of politics, their material writes itself.
Humans are the leading cause of anthropogenic climate alarmism.
What the leadership of San Francisco has been doing instead of addressing homelessness, poop and needles on the streets, gentrification, traffic, potholes, or any of the thousands of *actual* problems the city faces:
SF Board of Supervisors passes a resolution declaring the NRA a "terrorist organization"
Grumpy Old Bens #23 - Church & State
Larry Bleidner of THAT Larry Show joins us for what may be our best episode so far.
Arch Duke @Nussbaum called it an "epic" episode that everyone should listen to. Higher praise I cannot imagine!
Tune in now to find out for yourself. #ITM
Oregon marine has property stolen, rights infringed, and is imprisoned for 20 days by FBI for his speech.
The best part: He was never charged or even accused of any crimes. Guess they don't need to bother with that now that they have "red flag" laws.
Why should you drive defensively? Because the guy you cut off in traffic might be this guy.
It's ironic that @adam is always correcting JCD's pronunciation of place names on the No Agenda show, and yet he intentionally screws up "Washington" every time he reads the meetup segment.
I think from now on, Adam's home city should be pronounced ARSTIN. It's only fair.
No surprise to anyone who understands how the journalism establishment works, but still what a great headline!
"NY Times admits it sends stories to US government for approval before publication" #noshitsherlock
"[analyzing employment] in all sectors paying below a specified real hourly wage rate, we conclude that the minimum wage ordinance reduced hours worked in low-wage jobs by 6-7 percent, while hourly wages in such jobs increased by 3 percent. Consequently, total payroll for such jobs decreased, implying that the ordinance lowered the amount paid to low-wage workers by on average $74 per month per job in 2016."
Study of effect of Seattle's 2014 minimum wage ordinance
@adam the payoff on the article is the last sentence. https://www.foxnews.com/us/san-francisco-homeless-stats-city-blames-big-business-residents-officials
This is slightly dystopian...
One of the examples of population control in Orwell's "1984" is for the establishment to rewrite passages from classic literature and history, in order to control thought. And here is Amazon, selling copies of that book with its passages rewritten.