1. They already know how to sell crap to you.

  2. Near sundown one night this week in West Texas, a white-bearded jail warden and his twin brother allegedly drove past a group of migrants trekking through the desert. Then, authorities say, the warden stopped the truck and backed up. Migrants scrambled to hide in the brush, and later told authorities they could hear a man’s voice cursing at them to “come out." Then the warden allegedly fired a pair of shotgun blasts in their direction. “Did you get him?" the warden’s brother allegedly asked him, according to a state affidavit released Friday. A man from the group was killed, and a woman was shot in the stomach. The brothers allegedly drove away without checking to see if the bullets had hit anyone, investigators said. The victims’ names have not been released, but a Mexican government official said Friday that they were Mexicans who had recently entered the United States as part of a group of 13 — joining an influx of migrants that has reached record levels this year.

  3. They found the body in a shallow depth pool around the memorial in Central Park. Very peculiar. Short of passing out drunk into the water it had to be foul play.

  4. To protect those most vulnerable to covid-19 during the pandemic, the Cares Act allowed the Justice Department to order the release of people in federal prisons and place them on home confinement. More than 11,000 people were eventually released. Of those, the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) reported that only 17 of them committed new crimes. That’s not a typo. Seventeen. That’s a 0.15 percent recidivism rate in a country where it’s normal for 30 to 65 percent of people coming home from prison to reoffend within three years of release.

  5. If you asked Americans to describe the ways that political power has become disconnected from public opinion, many would put the gerrymandering of congressional districts near the top of the list. State lawmakers from both parties have drawn the lines of House districts in ways meant to maximize the number that their own party will win, and Republicans in some states have been especially aggressive, going so far as to ignore court orders.

  6. Wasn’t the inheritance being given already taxed, though?

  7. When you buy a house with taxed money do you have to pay taxes too? Or go to the store to buy shoes?

  8. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_L._Pitman

  9. I saw a clogged I-4 eastbound. People fleeing out of harms way into the path of the storm.

  10. Kelly Anne is a clowns ass. Why does what she says matter to anyone in Pennsylvania?

  11. They show up and listen to her. I don’t have a clue why either.

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