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What horrible people would reject cutting soot from our air during a pandemic?
Trump horrible people. We have a deadly virus that, among other things, attacks the lungs. We also have an Environmental Protection Agency which, in theory and practice, tests our air for pollutants and sets rules and regulations to ensure that … Continue reading
Posted in climate change, COVID-19, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism Tagged air pollution, coal energy, COVID 19, Environmental Protection Agency Comments Off on What horrible people would reject cutting soot from our air during a pandemic?
Paths Crossed: When drug raids go radically bad
The horrendous police shooting of Breonna Taylor reminded me of a case I once did some work on — a case which demonstrates how cops can miserably fuck up when they investigate illegal drug cases, especially when their warrants depend … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, Paths Crossed, The Facts of Life Tagged Breonna Taylor, confidential informants, Drug Enforcement Agency, drug raids go bad, Environmental Protection Agency, qualified immunity, War on Drugs Comments Off on Paths Crossed: When drug raids go radically bad
The November election: what might happen
Today, my congressman, Jerry Nadler, was interviewed by our Upper West Side local online paper, The West Side Rag. He talked about a lot of things — current legislation, policing, the virus. But for me, the most significant statements he … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, Mueller investigation, political campaigns, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism, voting rights Tagged election cybersecurity, Election Protection, Environmental Protection Agency, Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission, Jerry Nadler, Joe Biden, Justice Department, Michael Cohen, Mueller report, prosecuting Trump, Stormy Daniels, The Heroes Act, Trump, Trump administration, Trump disputes election results Comments Off on The November election: what might happen