National correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, covering 2020. May the forces of evil become confused on the way to your house.
industry secret, but unionizing your newsroom gives you the sunglasses from They Live except for labor-relations issues
@TonyBiasotti They can sign letters all they like, but the union as a legal entity has a duty of fair representation to people in the bargaining unit.
“This virus has proven time and again, in communities around the country and around the world, that it will come back with a vengeance if you let your guard down.” And this @kentnish photo says it all.
“A small community in eastern Arizona is reeling from the death of a teacher who contracted COVID-19 after she taught summer school virtually while in the same room as two other teachers. ... all three contracted COVID-19.”
We’re in one of the worst economic disasters in American history amid a global pandemic, people are revolting against the police, the U.S. president is trying to bring social media companies to heel and has just threatened to shoot looters. What else can we pile on top of this
1. My train to the inauguration; 2. My train to the Women's March — or it was supposed to be, but it was too full for me to get on.
One of the Women's Marchers' final acts: leaving their protest signs in front of the White House.
To recap: the feds created a scam school to entrap Indian immigrant-visa students, accredited it so it would look legit, took their money, then deported them for not knowing better, INCLUDING students who transferred out after realizing it was a scam.