Cliff Schecter minces no words as he parses the perfidy.
Via C&L, which has commentary.
The Register reports on a New York law firm that tried to use ChatGPT to justify a ginormous billing.
Guns and stupid, guns and stupid.
They go together like love and Cupid.
Let me tell you brother,
You can’t have one without the other.
Thom and Matthew Cunningham-Cook contemplate the con. (Warning: Some occasional minor audio glitches.)
Elie Mystal looks at the recent court decision in Alabama and sees a pattern:
We are entering a new Dark Age, one where, like the last one, science, education, and facts mean nothing, and Christian myths and legends are given the force of law. I don’t know how to stop them, but I think the first step is to recognize and name what they’re doing.
And, speaking of patterns . . . .
How many are The Secesh?
The Arizona Republic’s E. J. Montini runs the numbers:
It is: Roughly 25%.
The question being: How many Americans do you figure are as wacky as Kari Lake?
Follow the link for the calculations.
Emma and the crew dissect the disinformation.
I lived in Delaware for many years and Joe Biden was one of my Senators. I did not know him personally (though I did see him on the train to Washington from time to time).
During the time he was my senator, I knew him to be an honorable man.
“Honorable” is a concept that today’s Republican Party, which, as I have noted, is a vile and loathsome thing, does not understand.
The Triple-A Club: Americans Associating with Authoritarians.
If you are not scared then there is no merit to being brave.
Greenwood, Kerry, Death at Victoria Dock (Scottsdale: Poisoned Pen Press, 2007) p. 149
The Arizona Republic’s E. J. Montini points out that Arizona Congresscritter Andy Biggs keeps some pretty sketchy company.