Surveillance Sauce for the Goose

Surveillance Sauce for the Goose Having trouble understanding what President Trump and Rep. Nunes are banging on about?  Try putting the shoe on the other foot… It’s 2020. Kamala Harris finishes a close second in New Hampshire, beating expectations that Elizabeth Warren would sweep her neighboring state (and its shared media market).  Harris roars into…

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Sorry, but the Irish were always ‘white’ (and so were Italians, Jews and so on)

Sorry, but the Irish were always ‘white’ (and so were Italians, Jews and so on) Immigrants after their arrival in Ellis Island by ship in 1902. (Ullstein Bild via Getty Images) “Whiteness studies” is all the rage these days. My friends who teach U.S. history have told me that this perspective has “completely taken over”…

Okay to call skim milk ‘skim milk’

Okay to call skim milk ‘skim milk’ (iStock) In that infernal nonsense Pinafore, Buttercup sings: Things are seldom what they seem,Skim milk masquerades as cream;Highlows pass as patent leathers;Jackdaws strut in peacock’s feathers. Captain. (puzzled)Very true,So they do. But in Florida, skim milk is masquerading as skim milk — and the Florida commissioner of agriculture…

On anti-Semitism and dog whistles

On anti-Semitism and dog whistles Donald Trump on the campaign trail. Back in November, I commented on a controversy about an allegedly anti-Semitic television ad produced by the Trump campaign: The Post’s Dana Milbank, reflecting widespread criticism in progressive circles, writes: On Friday, [Trump] released a closing ad for his campaign repeating offending lines from…

What happens when the Justice Department files a brief against a federal agency?

What happens when the Justice Department files a brief against a federal agency? Last fall, in PHH Corporation v. CFPB, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is unconstitutional, at least insofar as the President may only remove the agency head for cause….