Favorite Rejects 2022-07-02
I’m so glad to see that is making the case for Trump to be prosecuted for 18 U.S.C. 2383, incitement to insurrection and rebellion. Important to add that the penalty for conviction is *disqualification from holding public office*
If you live in SF you should be furious. We could/should be #1 in everything: energy, infra, industry, transit, families. Instead politicians—whose greatest achievement is “I bought a house here decades ago”—piss record tax revenue away on debates like “should we build homes”.
Airline management seems very odd https://t.co/o5b8YaQp1F
BREAKING: An overnight computer glitch has allowed thousands of American Airlines pilots to drop their scheduled flights. The union says at least 12,000 flights are now without pilots starting tomorrow through the end of July. -@SweeneyABC
Gio Benitez @GioBenitez
The problem with Elon Musk owning Twitter is that his business interests in China far exceed the value of Twitter. https://t.co/08GeSghYtJ
Tesla vehicle deliveries fell quarter-over-quarter for the first time in more than two years, reflecting an extended shutdown in China, supply-chain disruptions and challenges associated with opening two new factories. @rfelliott @MeghanBobrowsky https://t.co/IIaTZnwem3
Jonathan Cheng @JChengWSJ
Apple, another American company with massive manufacturing interests in China, maintains a rule that no Apple TV+ content is allowed to upset the Chinese government. That’s shitty but ultimately trivial compared to applying a similar rule to Twitter.
They’re just offering gentle “sidewalk counseling” to a group of wayward jurists by “offering information about alternatives to [wantonly annihilating constitutional rights and the rule of law] and help pursuing those options.” McCullen v. Coakley, 573 U.S. 464, 472 (2014)
The Supreme Court’s chief security officer has penned letters requesting that top Maryland officials direct police to enforce laws “that squarely prohibit picketing at the homes of Supreme Court Justices” following weeks of protests outside their houses. https://t.co/CJKZyM3zD0
The Washington Post @washingtonpost