Now records we have received from Healey’s shed light on why her office may be avoiding the issue—her office is also guilty of the same kind of questionable social media management.
There’s no difference between someone making a cowardly attempt to sound moderate on the subject, and the people writing the kind of shit I copied from Twitter and pasted below.
Those who choose to stay informed should understand how in addition to financial strains and the resulting brain drains broken budgets have led to across our industry, journalistic entities are also often at the mercy of technocrats and new media gurus.
Why do so many folks shy away from sharing articles about controversial topics, or at least ones that have yet to be reduced and cheapened to a meme or blog post farted out by some venture-backed national news aggregator?
Like “The Wall,” it’s stupid and simple and perfect for Trump, who has been praising Rodrigo Duterte, whose drug war has killed more than 12,000 people, according to Human Rights Watch. And, of course, Trump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions probably hates weed more than anything—except Trump, who has been calling Sessions “Mr. Magoo.”
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 rich want to steal our money, but they may end up making theirs meaningless in the process.
The complete cynicism of the entire administration becomes painfully clear here.
In the workplace protection case, a civil lawsuit involving a fired skydiving instructor who came out as gay, the Justice Department argues that Congress has not extended Title VII to include sexual orientation.
Even the government’s own reports admit that bulk data collection programs have never actually prevented a major violent attack.