Twenty-two years on, one scar’s still tender to the touch: the failure of our intelligence agencies and leadership to prevent an attack anyone could have seen coming (and many did, including me).
PlaneHistoria, you fraud, you don’t know shit.
Twelve years ago today, as I drove home from a medical appointment, the local NPR station on the radio, the first live report of a mass shooting in the Safeway parking lot in northwest Tucson came on.
I guess it’s to be expected that 4th of July parades and gatherings are turning into mass shooting events, as they did yesterday in Chicago and Philadelphia.
Saturday afternoon, a U-Haul truck carrying 31 masked and uniformed members of the Patriot Front was stopped in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The thugs in the back of the truck were on their way to a Pride event at a local park, where they clearly intended to bust heads.
If you’re hoping somebody in authority is finally going to do something, you’ve been watching too many West Wing reruns.
Wasn’t OSHA supposed to put out COVID-19 guidance for employers back in April or something? Looks like President Biden finally forced the agency’s hand. Good. More leadership, please.
Can there be anything more courageous and self-sacrificing right now than guarding the perimeter of the airport in Kabul?