“The First Amendment is there to allow people to say things that are awful,” McNamee said on Yahoo's “Skullduggery” podcast. “That’s not what we’re talking about here.”
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A 52-year-old social experiment has gone viral. Archival footage from 1968 soon found itself in feeds after the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day. It features an exercise in which white 8 and 9-years-olds sit in Jane Elliott's class in Riceville, Iowa, wearing blank stares and teary eyes.
Ventura County Sheriff's office said late on Wednesday it had identified the missing person as Naya Rivera and a search and rescue operation would continue in the morning. Rivera, 33, had rented a boat in the early afternoon along with her four-year-old son, CBS Los Angeles reported, citing the sheriff's department.
Armed only with a knife, Issa Tamboure was no match for gun-wielding jihadists who attacked his village in northern Burkina Faso in March. For years, Burkina Faso was spared the kind of Islamic extremism that hit neighboring Niger and Mali, where a 2013 French-led military intervention dislodged jihadists from power in several major towns.
“Violent mobs can’t make decisions on behalf of everyone else.”
“We need to call slave owners out for what they are...They all need to come down”
“Needless to say, there are lots of ways to remember unpleasant history without erecting statues to the worst villains of it.”
“Every human being worth preserving blends good and bad, since human beings are complex, imperfect sinners.”
“The fact that Washington and Jefferson owned slaves should temper our admiration for them but not erase it entirely.”