Category: Conspiracy Theories

Daily News and Updates for January 31st, 2023: “Is America’s Food Supply Chain Under Attack? Massive Connecticut Chicken Farm Catches Fire, While Joe Biden’s Casual Comment On “Increasing Food Shortages” Comes Back To Haunt”

Daily News and Updates for January 31st, 2023: “Is America’s Food Supply Chain Under Attack? Massive Connecticut Chicken Farm Catches Fire, While Joe Biden’s Casual Comment On “Increasing Food Shortages” Comes Back To Haunt” – Stillness in the Storm Source link

The Washington Post Profiles the 5th Circuit

Aaron Streett, a Houston-based lawyer who practices before the 5th Circuit and was a law clerk to Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, said the new judges are at the “leading edge of originalist and textualist ideas percolating up in law reviews and conservative public-interest law firms.” “You’ve got really bright, creative judges who are talented […]

Daily News and Updates for January 23rd, 2023: “Arizona Finds Massive Issues With 2022 Election Tabulators, Misread Nearly A Quarter Of A Million Votes…Here’s What You Should Know About The Ongoing Fight For Fair Elections”

Daily News and Updates for January 23rd, 2023: “Arizona Finds Massive Issues With 2022 Election Tabulators, Misread Nearly A Quarter Of A Million Votes…Here’s What You Should Know About The Ongoing Fight For Fair Elections” – Stillness in the Storm Source link

Video of Amanpour & Co. TV Interview on Uniting for Ukraine and Private Refugee Sponsorship

The video of my recent Amanpour & Co. TV interview on the Uniting for Ukraine private refugee sponsorship program is now available on Youtube. It aired this Monday on CNN International and PBS. The interviewer and I discuss the program, its recent expansion to include migrants from four Latin American nations, and a variety of […]

“Strangers on the Internet” Podcast Episode 20: AI Dating Advice

The twentieth episode (Apple Podcasts link here and Spotify link here) of Strangers on the Internet with co-host and psychologist Michelle Lange deals with artificial intelligence (AI) chat bots, which have been all the rage in recent months. From concerns about academic plagiarism to questions about whether they may replace workers in many industries, the news has been abuzz with articles about platforms […]

Prof. Steven Calabresi (Northwestern) Joining Us as a Co-Blogger

I’m delighted to report that Prof. Steven Calabresi (Clayton J. & Henry R. Barber Professor of Law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law) is joining our merry band! Steve has written or cowritten over seventy law review articles and three books on constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, federal jurisdiction, and administrative law, and he also […]

Exclusive Interview with Bestselling Author Nancy Jo Sales (Pt. 2)

On today’s episode (Apple Podcasts link here and Spotify link here) of Strangers on the Internet with co-host and psychologist Michelle Lange, we return for the second half of our exchange with bestselling author, award-winning journalist, filmmaker and producer Nancy Jo Sales. Part 1 of the conversation is available here. Nancy Jo explains why she believes that dating apps are deeply embedded […]

More on Hamline

Over at The Dispatch, I have a new piece on Hamline University and its academic freedom struggles. Here’s a taste: In an extremely competitive field, Hamline University is making a bold bid to be the new standard-bearer for universities willing to cast aside principles of academic freedom and freedom of speech. What really sets Hamline […]