screams out for one of Mark J. Perry's Venn diagrams:
27 The greedy bring ruin to their households,
but the one who hates bribes will live.
The implied dichotomy seems incomplete. There's no intersection between set A (the greedy) and set B (those "who hate bribes")?
Anyway, we'll get to a Perry Venn diagram in a bit…
At Reason, Declan McCullagh makes a point that should be
Blame Tech Companies for Russian Election Trolls.
If Moscow can create cover identities for actual spies living in the United States, it can surely devise an identity for an would-be advertiser or simply impersonate an American citizen online. Identity fraud is no obstacle for a government willing to violate U.S. criminal laws. Silicon Valley companies shouldn't be expected to conduct counterespionage operations of their own.
Put that way, the Russkie shenanigans around the 2016 election seem woefully amateurish and were relatively easy to unravel. At least that was true of the ones we know about… Hm.
As previously noted, Levi, son of Bernie, is in the running for the
Hampshire Congressional District One
seat in the U. S. House of
Representatives. An amusing article in the HuffPo digs out
some of his old Facebook posts:
Sanders’ Son Is Extremely Mad Online. One (small) example from
2015, in a reply to someone noting that Houston, TX had relatively
low gas prices:
I think we all know what he meant, the "o" and "i" keys are right next to each other, after all.
I seem to remember that Trump got into a little controversy with this sort of language.
I detect (however) a planted story by some Democrat activist working for a different candidate.
And finally, the Mark J. Perry
Venn Diagram of the Day: Are both tax cuts AND tax hikes good for the economy???? pic.twitter.com/HnzpHeB6wf— Mark J. Perry (@Mark_J_Perry) March 8, 2018