Y A A A A A A W W W W W N N N N.
Apparently some kid with an assault rifle yadda yadda yadda, ad infinitum, World Without End, baby Jebus bless the NRA. Whatever…
The ever expanding catechism:
Buncha Texas church goers get dead.
CW fans eat lead.
Or here or here or here or here or here or…you get the idea.
There’s no sense in writing anything new about America’s insane love affair with guns; we’re not Australia, we won’t do the right thing.
Summer means happy times and good sunshine. It means going to the beach, going to Disneyland, having fun.– Brian Wilson
Shades of Operation Legacy …
Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently asked the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA), which instructs federal agencies on how to maintain records, to approve its timetable for retaining or destroying records related to its detention operations. This may seem like a run-of-the-mill government request for record-keeping efficiency. It isn’t. An entire paper trail for a system rife with human rights and constitutional abuses is at stake.
ICE has asked for permission to begin routinely destroying 11 kinds of records, including those related to sexual assaults, solitary confinement and even deaths of people in its custody. Other records subject to destruction include alternatives to detention programs; regular detention monitoring reports, logs about the people detained in ICE facilities and communications from the public reporting detention abuses. ICE proposed various timelines for the destruction of these records ranging from 20 years for sexual assault and death records to three years for reports about solitary confinement.