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There are a lot of people concerned with the climate implications of expanding oil & gas production. But in the meantime, here's the first order effect of high oil and gas prices...
The idea that the US pandemic response was too disaggregated seems like a weird conclusion given the various screw-ups made by the CDC. Personally I thought the response by NYC (where I live) was much better than the federal response, for instance. news.yahoo.com/citing-disastr…
Russia running out of cannon fodder
55% of the original DPR force is now KIA or WIA, according to British defense intelligence. Extraordinary figure, especially as these were the most entrenched and battlefield-experienced fighters Russia had. https://t.co/MwX4iac8eM
Michael Weiss 🌻🇺🇸🇮🇪 @michaeldweiss
This has got to be a big part of why crime is so high in America. When people feel like they can't trust the cops, they take their protection into their own hands. Who would call the cops if the cops might just come shoot you?
A new investigation by The Post reveals at least 178 cases from 2019 to 2021 in which calls for help resulted in law enforcement officers shooting and killing the very people they were called on to assist. https://t.co/tw8FhoUiFb https://t.co/Al7Skdo2Hd
The Washington Post @washingtonpost
After VP Pence got the Navy to let Greitens re-join the Reserve in 2019, the FOIA'd internal Navy comms where the brass were struggling to figure out what to do with him, and the excerpts are pretty funny: amp.kansascity.com/article2446344…