Eric Florack on June 16th, 2017

I know David’s covered this one, but I have a angle I think worth discussing. TAUNTON  — Michelle Carter, the Plainville woman who urged her high school boyfriend to kill himself through a series of texts and phone calls, was responsible for his death, according to a judge who today found her guilty of involuntary […]

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davidl on June 16th, 2017

In the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts  killing a person while driving too drunk to find a bridge is apparently legal, but sending a text message is a felony, so saith Judge Lawrence Moniz from Daily Wire: [Michelle Carter]instructs [Conrad] Roy to get back in the truck knowing of all the feelings he has exchanged with […]

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Eric Florack on June 16th, 2017

Look I recognize this Comey thing is a rather well beaten and deceased equine, but I’d like to try a little thought experiment. Let’s see you can work this one out for yourselves. We are being told that the Russians were successful in getting through our security and were able thereby to manipulate our electoral […]

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davidl on June 16th, 2017

Memo to Bobby Mueller:   Welcome to the kitchen.  The political web site, Hill, thinks it lives in some alternative universe, a/k/a Media La-Le Land, were liberals are free to attack, but somehow conservatives must refrain from responding: President Trump’s legal team and political allies have launched a preemptive strike against special counsel Robert Mueller. Trump’s […]

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