Brett Kavanaugh walks into his den, tired after the week. But he still has one phone call to make. His eyes mist over as he says, “We did it, Squee. We destroyed reproductive rights in America. Just like we planned when we got drunk and fucked a buncha randos during Beach Week.”
The proliferation of misinformation and deliberately false disinformation amplified by social media algorithms and poser news outlets is one of the most pressing challenges of our era. I don't understand all these words trying to argue the opposite. (3/5)
Months after Ahmaud Arbery was lynched, @washingtonpost released police incident of the video, which showed Arbery lying on the ground, bleeding and gasping for air, and the police officers completely ignoring him while attending the McMichaels. I hope we see justice there, too.
Passing legislation that help regular working people - not billionaires and corporations - apparently causes an allergic reaction amongst Republicans.
It makes them sick when Congress is NOT just a tool to make the rich richer.
There’s no way you can convince me this racist oaf sorry excuse for a judge isn’t viewing this trial as his ticket to a big time payday in conservative media. He’s seeing CPAC speaker fees and OAN gigs and he’s using the bench to bank.
@Super70sSports Most candy cigarettes tasted like crap but I still ate them and I have no Idea why. (However, smoking was the norm in my house growing up since my Dad generally smoked at least one pack of Salem cigarettes a day until the day he died.)
Sesame Street premiered almost 52 years ago (Nov 10, 1969). Six months later, a state commission in Mississippi voted to ban the show because, one member shared, it had “a highly integrated cast of children.” After a public outcry, Mississippi reinstated the show 22 days later.
"Sesame Street was never this contravsial--"
Yeah it was.
It's original purpose was to teach inner city kids, mostly PoC and poor kids.
Conservatives *hated* it and have tried defunding PBS for decades.