Morning Jolt: No, Not Every Day Is January 6

On the menu today: As we approach the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Hill riot, the New York Times unhelpfully contends that "Jan. 6 is not in the past; it is every day" and "the Capitol riot continues in statehouses across the country, in a bloodless, legalized form that no police officer can arrest and that no prosecutor can try in court." (Take a moment to try envisioning a bloodless, legalized riot.) Meanwhile, the Chinese government pulls out all the stops to make sure that no one looks around the abandoned copper mine that once housed a virus that is genetically similar to the one that causes Covid-19. Finally, as 2022 begins, consider this offer that you won't want to miss.

How Not to View January 6

The political-journalism world has decided that this week will be focused upon the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Hill riot, led by the New York Times editorial board declaring that, "Jan. 6 is not in the past; it is every day."

Because I'm going to swim against the ...

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No, Not Every Day Is January 6

On the menu today: As we approach the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Hill riot, the New York Times unhelpfully contends that "Jan. 6 is not in the past; it is every day" and "the Capitol riot continues in statehouses across the country, in a bloodless, legalized form that no police officer can arrest and that no prosecutor can try in court." (Take a moment to try envisioning a bloodless, legalized riot.) Meanwhile, the Chinese government pulls out all the stops to make sure that no one looks around the abandoned copper mine that once housed a virus that is genetically similar to the one that causes Covid-19. Finally, as 2022 begins, consider this offer that you won't want to miss.

How Not to View January 6

The political-journalism world has decided that this week will be focused upon the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Hill riot, led by the New York Times editorial board declaring that, "Jan. 6 is not in the past; it is every day."

Because I'm going to swim against the ...   READ MORE

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