As is my habit, I’m writing to you from the friendly skies of Delta Airlines, who thankfully got their in-flight WiFi act together, allowing me to finish this newsletter. Happy Black History Month! We get an extra day this year, and I’m still deciding what to do with all that extra Blackness as I make my way home to Southern California from New York.
Some things I’m paying attention to:
Department of Injustice: There’s already been endless commentary about special counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Biden’s handling of classified documents. The most relevant news is the determination that Biden won’t be prosecuted. The literally old news is that Biden is...
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When I was in grade school, I had a daily after-school routine before my mother got home from work. I would watch the front window for her arrival, and when I spotted her, quickly turn off the TV where I had been watching cartoons, dash over to the kitchen table, and pretend that I had been studying the entire time. I thought it was an ingenious scheme, but it rarely fooled my mother. She was old-school. She hovered her hand over the television, and from its heat, knew that...
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