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[Learning about Extremists, Part III] Boogaloos suggest alliances with leftists

[Part I is here; Part II is here of news & analysis]

Happy to answer more questions or present more examples, but this was Jimmy Dore’s original tweet.

I think this list of positions is generally consistent with the stated beliefs of “boogaloos,” but that doesn’t mean they have common ground with the left across the board.

— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) January 26, 2021

continued after the jump

Impeachment related news and analysis

From Ryan Goodman Former Special Counsel @DeptofDefense Co-editor-in-chief @just_security; Chaired Professor NYU Law; Former Chaired Professor Harvard Law; Co-director @RCLS_NYU

New Project for Lincoln Project! (It just fell in their lap)


The Lincoln Project’s legal response to the false and defamatory statements made by Rudy Giuliani. @ProjectLincoln

— Dr. Joseph Frusci (@JFrusci) January 31, 2021


#NoFlyList videos

Hot new entertainment for liberals on Twitter. Many attendees at the Trump fest have, to their surprise, been placed on the TSA No Fly List:

Just as the pandemic exhausted my entire Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime streaming lists, trumps insurrectionists are like “hold my beer.” I can watch these #NoFlyList videos all day.

Even under the isolation of corona there's still globalization of culture

it's just that it's far less likely to be led by "America". (Note that they do still sing in English, though.)


— aul⁷ (@awlmhrn) January 5, 2021

Georgia Senate run-off election results & related

It was always going to be about the virus. Latest @CNN exit polls show that Georgia voters are more concerned about containing the virus than economy. Many have experienced financial hardship and the majority are worried that they/family members will contract the virus.

In ancient Athens they had some serious majority cancel culture

Tad Jones, born 1946

Just a great obit of a strangely haunted but ultimately good hermit life, superbly written:

He took refuge in nature, and it was nature that finally took him, by Michael Paterniti He spent decades under the redwoods, then came this summer's fire season.

Is part of an article section for the New York Times Magazine  Remembering some of the artists, innovators and thinkers we lost in the past year. I noticed this Tad Jones piece because it was on an "Editor's Choice" menu of recommended articles. If you click on it, you'll get the whole interactive of all the articles which include others like Diane de Prima, Chadwick Boseman, Stanley Crouch, James Harvey and Bill Withers



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