As the investigations into the January 6th insurrection continue, it is increasingly clear that it was planned. That makes it an actual conspiracy to overthrow the government of the United States.
One of the key differences between Pearl Harbor and the January 6th Insurrection is that after Pearl Harbor the nation galvanized to its own defense. With January 6th, not so much. In fact, a significant segment of the population have supported the attackers.
The NRA and its supporters simply believe that their ability to own guns is more important than the lives of your children. Your children. Perhaps theirs, but definitely yours.
Dr. Oz, like many TV personalities, is really a pitch man. He's there to sell products for advertisers or those of his guests. But his real business is the Dr. Oz Good Life brand. He sells entire bedding and sleep systems. Yes, pillows too.
Propaganda operators and criminals seem to have the same operating pattern: accuse others of what they themselves are doing. There's a reason for that.
There is no liability to anyone who ignores the rantings of a psychotic bully. Quite the contrary. You get to do your job and enjoy your day without a nutcase borrowing space in your head.
The capability of the United States Postal Service to ensure timely and reliable delivery of letters, packages and even "junk" mail is absolutely critical to the health of this country.
Nothing coming from the Q "channel" actually makes sense. And that is pretty much the point. Qanon isn't so much a movement, but a way of capturing the attention of people who are either entire uneducated or incapable of rudimentary critical thinking.
Corporate boards have one job and one job only: make money for their shareholders. Thus raising the prices we pay for their goods and services is where "inflation" actually starts even though it is a lazy way of increasing returns.
We are being played through curated videos created by professionals and amateurs who want us emotionally reacting to things, not thinking about them or solving them, simply reacting to them.
One of the biggest myths of authoritarianism is that it is "good for business." With this in mind, the Republican Party's persona as the "party of business" begins to look more and more like a facade.
Soon, Trump's towers will come down and more and more will see him for what he really is, neither a genius nor stable, but just a guy who did a magic trick designed to pick your pocket and set him up as dictator.