Pop culture embraces Trump’s “both sides” narrative as alt-right grows increasingly dangerous
Democracy in Crisis
The Memo hysteria and a Baltimore corruption trial highlight the state of law enforcement in 2018
It could also put numerous burdens on landowners and ranchers, and on public agencies tasked with carrying out the tenets of those protections. In some areas, a listing could bar grazing, farming, mining, or other activities altogether.
“Always test every batch,” Fuentes says. “Don’t assume because the last batch.” He calls it the “chocolate chip” effect when the drugs aren’t cut well and the fentanyl is not well distributed.
US Attorney dropped charges against 129 defendants, but continues to prosecute journalists and others
I watched all of this play out on cable as I tried to deal with the disaster bureaucracy. And it was delightful to see the pundits all talking about Bannon’s terrible week, even if it came for all the wrong reasons.
The still-anonymous officer is alleged to have “pushed his finger into” a journalist’s rectum and otherwise assaulted him as the arrests were being processed.
What the “People’s March on Washington” tells us about the state of the opposition
The rich want to steal our money, but they may end up making theirs meaningless in the process.
In a statement, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia indicated that it would continue to prosecute the remaining 187 defendants in the case.