Resistance works, people. Never shut up. Never stop raising hell. Never stop participating in politics.
The United States is stealing children away from families and holding them hostage in exchange for funding for a border wall. The Trump administration is running concentration camps for kids. This is a thing that is happening, right now, in the year of our lord 2018, in the United States of America, and that isn’t hyperbole or fake news.
ProPublica got their hands on secret audio from some of Trump’s concentration camps for kids. I highly recommend listening to it, especially if you want to ugly-cry for a couple of hours.
Today’s articles talk about Windows 10 and Cortana, Google’s possible Pixelbooks+Windows 10 aspirations, more Cambridge Analytica shenanigans, the FBI Inspector General’s report on James Comey’s email investigations and whatnot, and New York suing the Trump Foundation for being suuuuper shady.
Yesterday afternoon, (what felt like) everyone in the world got together on Twitter to cheer on a small raccoon that had climbed the side of a 23 story building in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
“Honestly, I think he’s going to do these things. I may be wrong, I mean I may stand before you in six months and say, hey, I was wrong — I don’t know that I’ll ever admit that, but I’ll find some kind of an excuse.” – Donald Trump on Kim Jong Un and the North Korea summit, via the New York Times.
Today’s articles cover the end of net neutrality, Trump’s paper-shredding habit, Barack Obama meeting 2020 candidates, the so-called “Trump doctrine,” and making sure you’re registered to vote in the upcoming elections.
The recent spurt of anti-vaping articles are part of a moral panic. Vaping is an excellent harm-reduction option for current smokers. If you smoke, switch to vaping. If you vape, don’t go back to smoking. If you don’t do either, don’t start. This isn’t rocket science, people.
Today’s articles cover Facebook giving our info away again, Donald Trump’s BS with trade wars and the VA Mission Act, Cambridge Analytica and Wikileaks, and, for a palate cleanser, the new “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” trailer.