Wow. Bold move, YouTube (sarcasm alert):
YouTube has announced that it will no longer recommend videos that “come close to” violating its community guidelines, such as conspiracy or medically inaccurate videos.
The lad is no doubt preparing to meet his parents at a rural diner somewhere. Maybe to celebrate Black History Month. (Seriously, Esquire?)
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— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) February 12, 2019
A wall of winter weather rolling across a wide swath of the northern United States on Tuesday brought sleet, snow, ice and commuter headaches to more than 100 million people from Seattle to New York. […]
“This storm is unique in that it brought a significant storm to Seattle and a wintry mess to so many big cities – Chicago, Detroit, New York and Boston,” Roys told USA TODAY. “When you include the South, the storm is impacting almost every part of the United States in some shape or form.”
Don’t you hate it when this happens:
It took a little convincing before police believed the person who reported the strange discovery.
The concerned citizen claimed to have entered an abandoned Houston, Texas home to smoke pot and found a tiger.
So, naturally, authorities were suspicious. […]
On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: Another Rally o’ Lies. Fake news goes local. McCabe’s got a book, says Rosenstein’s memo on the Comey canning was forced. Dem filibuster fretting. Do “progressive” reporters want a fight that progressives don’t? Qatar’s spinning their Kushner bailout.