Daily Archive: 06/07/2020

Jun 07 2020

Dead Rats On The Sinking Ship: Bennet Out

Good. Next Baquet, Dao, Rubenstein and Sulzberger. New York Times editorial page editor resigns after uproar over Cotton op-ed By Travis M. Andrews and Elahe Izadi, Washington Post June 7, 2020 The New York Times on Sunday announced the resignation of its editorial page editor James Bennet, who had held the position since May 2016, …

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Jun 07 2020

Late Night Is Not Funny

I stopped doing Late Night because it’s not funny anymore. I did in fact encourage BobbyK to have at, so it’s not like he stole the franchise, but I just can’t take it. I spend at least an hour every day thinking about my escape plan and what will trigger it. He’s not kidding. This …

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Jun 07 2020

Rant of the Week: Jon Stewart – We Can’t Breath

Although the New York City police officer Daniel Pantaleo was finally fired last year, he was never arrested or indicted for Eric Garner’s death. In the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, all four police officers were fired within 48 hours and indicted for second degree murder. Six years ago, in an eight minute …

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Jun 07 2020

Goebbels Gets A Bad Rap

I mean, sure he was a rabid Anti-Semite, an avowed Propogandist, and instrumental to the Nazi takeover in Germany (and his wife a Family Destroyer Psychopathic Murderer), but he was a man of culture, refinement, and learning. Paul Joseph Goebbels … was a German Nazi politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany from …

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Jun 07 2020

No Sports?

Well, it’s not Association Croquet where you get an extra stroke for striking another Player’s Ball and is a race to the Wicket, Golf Croquet is the fastest growing version of the sport in terms of popularity and is basically a first through the Hoop with a point for each. To me that sounds a …

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Jun 07 2020

The Breakfast Club (buffet-style)

Welcome to The Breakfast Club! AP’s Today in History for June 7th James Byrd, Jr. dragged to death in Texas; Communists complete takeover of Czechoslovakia; Israel destroys an Iraqi nuclear power plant; ‘Grease’ opens on Broadway; Singer-songwriter Prince born. Breakfast Tune Rhiannon Giddens: “At the Purchaser’s Option” | Come Hear North Carolina In The Water …

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Jun 07 2020

Pondering the Pundits: Sunday Preview Edition

Pondering the Pundits: Sunday Preview Edition” is an Open Thread. It is a selection of editorials and opinions from around the news medium and the internet blogs. The intent is to provide a forum for your reactions and opinions, not just to the opinions presented, but to what ever you find important. On Sunday mornings …

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