- Soon it will be unambiguously legal to watch Monty Python’s Life of Brian in Canada.
- Politifact says HB 330 would not protect the white supremacist who struck and killed a counterprotestor at the Charlottesville rally.
- Speaking of Politifact, I don’t envy the task of fact-checking sites. Here’s the Washington Post defending their decision to rate a factually-true-but-narratively-misleading claim as “mostly false. They made a similar decision earlier, when Barack Obama made a similar claim.
- Nathan J. Robinson self-admittedly hates a lot of things, but he really hates fact-checking sites, so much so that he’ll sort of go to bat for Trump’s claim that wind turbines kill eagles “by the hundreds.” There are certainly areas and time periods over which wind turbines kill eagles by the hundreds; Politifact interpreted Trump’s statement to mean that they kill hundreds of eagles in California, per year, in California, and rates it “mostly false.”
- H.P. Lovecraft’s favorite words.