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Tyre Nichols – the five unanswered questions: Why DID police pull him over? Did they know him? And what was his cause of death?

By James Gordon For Dailymail.com There are still many questions left unanswered following the release of disturbing footage showing the violent attack on Tyre Nichols, 29, in Memphis They include why Nichols was pulled over and what ultimately caused his death  Five officers from the Memphis Police Department […]

Paleoconservative Diversity

The debates about issues in the paleoconservative camp, particularly the war in Ukraine, are far more serious than critics suggest. By Paul Gottfried American Greatness January 29, 2023 I usually read Conrad Black’s well-constructed, perceptive commentaries with profound pleasure, even if I am more critical than he of […]

1/30/23: Trump Campaign Heats Up, Jordan Peterson on Desantis, Biden 2024 Run, Ukraine Fighter Jets, Trump Wants Peace Deal, Iran Drone Attack, Tyre Nichols, Expert Panel Rules on Gain of Function, Testing vs Affirmative Action, French Labor Strikes, Jeffrey Stein Interview on Debt Ceiling Fixes

Krystal and Saagar discuss Trump’s election campaign heating up as he throws jabs at Ron Desantis and Nikki Haley, Jordan Peterson’s unusual take on the Joe Rogan podcast where he says Desantis did the wrong thing by banning CRT in Florida, Biden’s re election campaign begins to shape […]

Is the AI Revolution Here?

by Peter Zeihan on January 30, 2023 Today we answer the question that’s been in the back of everyone’s mind since The Terminator came out – is Skynet taking over? The short answer is no, but let me explain… The AI capable of decision-making and judgment (i.e., Skynet) is […]

01/29/23 FULL PARTNER ROUNDUP: Lastpass Security, Billionaire Threat To Free Speech and French General Strike!

Breaking Points partners round up the Weeks news! To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ Timestamps: LastPass (Matt Stoller): (0:00 – 5:51) Billionaire Censorship (The Lever): (5:52 – 17:04) French General Strike (Max Alvarez): (17:05 – […]

ChatGPT: Everything you need to know

View in browser  | By Tom Simonite | 01.29.23 In November, artificial intelligence startup OpenAI launched a chatbot named ChatGPT. The future of education, the internet, and the tech industry have felt somewhat uncertain since. WIRED has spent the past few weeks exploring the eloquent bot’s power—and shortcomings. […]

Responding to Hamilton 68

After refusing to answer questions pre-publication, Hamilton 68 and Clint Watts printed a response to the Twitter files that’s both laughable and damning Matt Taibbi 15 hr ago Days before yesterday’s Twitter Files report about Hamilton 68, I wrote the public relations officers of both of the sites’ […]

Highly Eccentric Characters

In the Review’s February 9, 2023, issue, Francesca Wade reviews a new biography of the enigmatic modernist Mina Loy, a poet and artist whose work has been “periodically ‘rediscovered’ while remaining elusive.” Her life was peripatetic and haunted: she had affairs with Italian Futurists, married the boxer-poet Arthur […]

Inside a 57-hour train journey

January 28, 2023 Hello, Insiders. Welcome to another Saturday edition — filled with fascinating reads for your weekend. Today we’re looking at an interesting new way to tell if there’s a recession (hint: check someone’s hair color), taking you inside a popular side-hustle trend, inviting you aboard a […]