I'm going on a podcast tomorrow morning to talk about political violence. What do you see as the number one thing likely to lead to political violence? Is it the political restrictions that are making it hard to make a living? Is it lack of consequences (particularly for left-wing violence)? Is it deplatforming from social media platforms that leading to segregation and radicalization? Is it the FBI pushing it? Is it the president's administration's treatment of political opponents? Is it removing bread and circuses via Covid restrictions? Is it something else? (P.S. I won't steal your idea, I already have my talking points, which come from the list above)
Are the Democrats going to call the midterm elections
rigged against them if they don't win?
Klaus Schwab opens World Economic Forum's virtual "Davos Agenda" and introduces China's Xi Jinping.
Why is the narrative seeming to change?
This is an important defection. However, the story about how they recruited him is probably not true. How SIS recruited him should probably be kept secret as it reveals "sources and methods". My question is why would they even reveal that they have the guy in the first place?
There seems to be a bit of sleight of hand going on. As the world is focused on Ukraine, Russian influence seems to be growing across West Africa
Now that New York's mask mandate has been ruled unconstitutional, do you think other states and cities will follow their lead? Do you think judges will follow this decision?