Not a lot got past the Easter holiday. Maybe I can get through this before it's time to go.
Regarding Trump troubles, Dave Harsanyi at Creators, No One Is Above the Law? Give Me a Break. At Mediaite, Mary Trump And Jen Taub Suggest FBI Could Go After Trump For Attacking Judge and Hat Hair's Beege Wellborn snarks These people need more to do in their lives and less people paying attention to what they’re doing now. Kevin McCullough from Town Hall says Jail Him, Or They Lose. Please don't throw me it dat briar patch! From AZ Central. John Gabriel thinks the Hecklers at Trump's arraignment have a lesson for us all. "That’s right. Hundreds of Americans, in the middle of a workday, stood about 10 feet apart to yell at each other for a few hours. Don’t any of these people have jobs?"
Elections in America, Natalia Mittelstadt at JTN, reports on Ballot bounties? Wisconsin lawmaker flags payments used to mobilize voters for liberal judge "Community mobilizers" could make as much as $270 by creating a list of 75 people and making sustained efforts to turn out 60 of them to vote in the Wisconsin Supreme Court election." Hey, maybe I could make some fishing money that way in Fall. At Western Journal, Kari Lake's Election Challenge May Have Just Got a Major Boost from Biden DOJ's Conviction. This one is a little convoluted, basically arguing that the ballot printing fiasco in Arizona was a far greater election interference that the guy who memed text in your vote for Hillary. The problem, as I see it, is that no one has been identified at the perpetrators, and they still argue it was accidental.
At the CT Insider, U.S. Sen. Blumenthal to undergo surgery after breaking leg at UConn victory parade. I wonder how soon he'll be back in the Senate. Before Fetterman?
🚨Breaking🚨— Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) January 30, 2023
Maricopa County Tabulation & Election Center had a “heat map” in their central count showing “Republican Voter Dot Density.
Our team compared it with the locations where tabulator failures occurred on Election Day
This was a targeted attack on Republican voters pic.twitter.com/mB0JE8a7e4
Against the backdrop of micro-brew beer being popular with young people, Ms. Heinerschied defined her brand of Bud Light as the “fraternity/out of touch humor” brand amid young people. She wanted to create a more “inclusive” image for beer; representation in the brand image became her cause celeb. Wokeism was the mechanics to deliver the brand change, so that’s what she did.Althouse takes her ques from NYT on the Stanford judge kerfuffle, "Are 10 minutes of shouting out of an hour-and-a-half-long event too much? That is a matter of judgment and degree."
At her intentional direction, Bud Light is now the beer for Woke Transvestites. Ms Heinerscheid made Bud Light a beer of, by and for transvestites. Pick up that selected beverage, and the consumer identity is now defined. You are what you drink.
Said Nadine Strossen, a former head of the American Civil Liberties Union, quoted in "At Stanford Law School, the Dean Takes a Stand for Free Speech. Will It Work? After a student protest, Jenny S. Martinez wrote a much-praised memo defending academic freedom. But that protest shows how complicated protecting free speech can be" (NYT).
An Instaessay from Insty at his NYPo perch, Politicians are tearing down the guardrails because they’re convinced they’re always right. Well, isn't everybody? I know I am.