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Stop apologizing for saving black lives

Stop apologizing for saving black lives

Idiot conservatives were doing the idiot thing this week, screaming "racism!" in response to an old tape of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg defending stop-and-frisk, one of the policies that drove New York City murder rates down to Mayberry levels. They weren't being...

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Stop apologizing for saving black lives

Stop apologizing for saving black lives

Idiot conservatives were doing the idiot thing this week, screaming "racism!" in response to an old tape of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg defending stop-and-frisk, one of the policies that drove New York City murder rates down to Mayberry levels. They weren't being...

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Opinion

SBC Picks a New Leader

SBC Picks a New Leader

“Baptist” by Steven Snodgrass is licensed under CC BY 2.0 The NYT reports on the outcome of the SBC leadership vote, Southern Baptists Head Off Takeover by Conservative Insurgents. In a dramatic showdown on Tuesday, Southern Baptists elected a moderate pastor from...

ACA Survives SCOTUS (Again)

ACA Survives SCOTUS (Again)

Via WaPo: Affordable Care Act survives third Supreme Court challenge, as case from Trump administration and GOP-led states is rejected. The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act, saying Republican-led states do not have...

A Last-Minute Holiday

A Last-Minute Holiday

Wednesday morning, when I commented on the Senate’s passage of a law declaring Juneteenth a national holiday, it never crossed my mind that it would go into effect today. But, sure enough, President Biden signed it into law yesterday and the federal government...

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People Are Crazy

People Are Crazy

Image in CC0 Public Domain A truly bizarre, if sad, story in the Washington Post (“Powerball mystery: Someone in this tiny town won $731 million. Now everyone wants a piece of it.“): The fact that someone in this town of 1,200 people (just 400 families, actually, down...

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Congress May Repeal Iraq AUMF

Congress May Repeal Iraq AUMF

NPR’s Claudia Grisales reports “Congress Is Poised To Take Back Some Of Its War Powers From The President.” Alas, the “some” is doing a lot of work in the headline. The U.S. House on Thursday will move to repeal a nearly two-decade-old war powers measure, marking what...

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The Perfect NYC Hotel for Hot Vax Summer

The Perfect NYC Hotel for Hot Vax Summer

Nikolas KoenigThe hotel has a rooftop pool with 180-degree views of Soho, Tribeca, the Freedom Tower, and the Hudson…I feel like I could stop there and that alone would be enough to grab the attention of those considering a trip to New York City this summer. The city...

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The Books Briefing: Finding Place as a Black American

The Books Briefing: Finding Place as a Black American

As this year’s Juneteenth celebrations begin—commemorating when enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, were told that the Civil War had ended and they were now technically free—thinking about place can be illuminating. America has a long history of denying and violating...

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