Just as a heads up, I have a bit of a backlog that I’m clearing out today. So, buckle up buttercup.
Of course we’re starting with a mess of Reason links.
Do right-wingers believe conspiracy theories more than left-wingers? Short answer, no. Long answer, it’s complicated.
The FTC’s case against Amazon is based on a faulty interpretation of one statistic. You mean Kahn’s disregarding logic in her crusade against Amazon?
Supreme Court issues a code of ethics for the justices. One item of note is that they address recusal and the duty for the justices to stay on cases to avoid strategic recusals.
On to other stuff.
The Reload has an article on the Supreme Court granting cert on the bump stock ban. I see this less of a gun case and more of a restricting administrative agencies from making people felons with a rule change.
From Ground News, we have Sam Altman departing OpenAI. Not clear if he left on his own accord or was forced out.
From NYT comes an article on a company pulling carbon and trapping it in concrete. I always thought engineering would help the planet better than trying to just cut emissions.
War Is Boring reports the Ukranian Army is trying to transition to a more professional and gender-equitable force. Um, okay. I guess improving its professionalism in the middle of a war is a good thing.
Angry Staff Officer has an article discussing the positive leadership traits of Grand Admiral Thrawn. Honestly, this kind of article was why I started reading ASO.
From The Allspark, Peter Cullen to receive lifetime achievement award.
Our last link is from Ars Technica. The old television series “Connections” is being revived! And James Burke is returning as host!