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Tales of the Trumpling: Snapshots of Trickle-Down Trumpery 0

Trumpled at the Seven Sisters.

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Tales of the Trumpling: Snapshots of Trickle-Down Trumpery 0

Miami Heat Trumpling.

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“My Plan Is Not To Shoot You” 0

Learn more here.

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Pokemon Gone Wild (Updated) 0

The stupid. It burns.

Addendum:

At the confluence of Pokemon, prejudice, and stupid, some good news.

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Driving while Black 0

Honest to Betsy, you couldn’t make this stuff up.

I can’t summarize or excerpt it in any meaningful way. Just follow the link.

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Tales of the Trumpling: Snapshots of Trickle-Down Trumpery 0

The thin Trumpled line.

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The Privatization Scam Meets the Huddled Masses Yearning To Breathe Free 0

It’s supply and demand.

Privatizing prisons creates a demand for prisoners, a demand that the enforcers are happy to supply.

By any means possible.

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Licensed To Kill 0

Words fail me.

Afterthought:

And then there’s this.

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Suffer the Children 0

It’s not scripture. It’s Republican policy.

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Tales of the Trumpling: Snapshots of Trickle-Down Trumpery 0

A Christmas trumple.

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Arms Race 0

In a timely piece Psychology Today Blogs, Art Markman examines the current state of research into the extent to which race affects police shootings of unarmed suspects.

The five minutes it will take you to read it is well worth the expenditure. Some of the findings may surprise you, especially as regards information received from police dispatchers.

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Fakebook Frolics 0

Remember, the internet is a public place.

Comport yourself accordingly.

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Immunity Impunity 0

You can read the news story an the Dayton Daily News.

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Walking while Black 0

A black, vision-impaired caller describes the strategies he uses daily to protect himself from being attacked by police as he goes about his business.

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Twits on Twitter 0

Surveilling twits.

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“Watch Out! She’s Got a Loaded Camera!” 0

Mike Littwin.

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The ICE Cap 0

Putting a cap on the conversation.

As James Schwab gave his first televised news interview Wednesday on why he abruptly resigned as an ICE spokesman, there was a loud knock on the door.

Two men dressed in suits arrived on his San Jose front door step and identified themselves as agents from the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General’s Office. During the surprise visit, the pair began asking him questions about whether he tipped off Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid in late February, according to a report by CBS News, who was in Schwab’s home at the time. (Schwab vehemently denies doing so–ed.)

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Schwab said he felt like the visit — more than three months after he resigned in protest of what he called lies from the Trump administration and ICE — was to intimidate him and he was “completely shocked.”

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The Rule of Lawless 0

Elie Wystal comments on Donald Trump’s desire to abandon “due process” at the border (and, likely, everywhere else).

Just read it.

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Facebook Frolics 0

Cyberfrolics in blue.

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Tales of the Trumpling: Snapshots of Trickle-Down Trumpery 0

Traveling the Trumpled thruways.

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