Thursday Open Thread

“The civility which money will purchase is rarely extended to those who have none.”

–Charles Dickens

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  1. davebarnes says:

    September 16, 1810 – With the Grito de Dolores, Father Miguel Hidalgo begins Mexico's fight for independence from Spain.

  2. All the sound and fury about the staff congressional redistricting map that seemed to imply Neguse would face off against Boebert signified nothing (Colorado Sun)

    And, I have to add, kudos to Martha Coleman of Fort Collins for pushing this direction. I know her, she is smart, honest, hard-working, and a great person to have on this commission.

  3. MartinMark says:

    Check out this word salad bio for Sherronna Bishop: https://churchforallnations.com/cit/sherronna-bishop-americas-mom-to-speak-at-cit-september-30th/

     Actually, I could not find any sort of bio for her. As “America’s mom”, you’d think there’d be a creation myth laid out somewhere.

  4. MichaelBowman says:

    Of course he did. There just isn’t enough room in this world for White Prosperity Jesus and the one from the New Testament. 

    Steve Bannon ‘told Italy’s populist leader: Pope Francis is the enemy’

    During a meeting in Washington in April 2016, Bannon – who would within a few months take up his role as head of Trump’s presidential campaign – suggested the leader of Italy’s anti-immigration League party should start openly targeting Pope Francis, who has made the plight of refugees a cornerstone of his papacy.

  5. Diogenesdemar says:

    A good, simple explanation* of Covid vaccinations, and masks as a preventative measure:

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/09/15/well/live/vaccinated-and-masks.html

    *. . . (and, probably also a wasted and utterly unconvincing one, to those members of a certain ilk) . . .

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