Some will deny that Trump is not dangerous, but he has firmly established himself as willing to go after political opponents. There are hurdles in his way, but don't doubt for a moment that he wouldn't knock them down if he could.
All of this stuff about Trump, symbolism, cops, monuments, rioting, and so on, has me thinking about freedom. What the hell is it anyway? In assessing freedom, I will address the nature of authority, the exaggerated scandals of monuments and Founding Father-shaming, and a host of other things (but, thankfully, I DO NOT discuss facemasks in this particular piece, other than to say right here that, in my view, it's more of a medical/scientific concern about limiting the spread of a potentially deadly virus).
After being found guilty of murdering Becky Klein in 2007, Nicole M. Abusharif was sentenced to 50 years — akin to life imprisonment, yet technically not. Upon reading this story, I must admit a big question struck me: Why only 50 years? Regardless of any exact opinion, I have heard of much harsher sentences for similar murders. Here's what happened: Abusharif had suffocated Becky with a plastic bag, wrapped her up in duct tape and left her in the trunk of a car. It was also believed that Becky was murdered out of greed, as Nicole potentially stood to gain $400,000 in an insurance payout.
In any case, the murder was deemed as not being "cold, calculated and premeditated."
I have written about Altamaha-ha (or "Altie") before for a website I no longer write for. As I return to the topic, I find I have practically nothing new to add, other than to maybe just talk about cryptid in the general sense, and to relate my experiences writing about cryptids.
Some time ago I blogged something called Is Anarchy Always Against the Mainstream?
Let's discuss the floundering Trump empire (Trumpire?), and why not start with this TikTok crap? I will attempt to demonstrate how one of Trump's problems is that he sucks at marketing.