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Woman Sexually Assaulted by Deputy Sheriff During Traffic Stop Says Qualified Immunity Is Blocking Her Quest for Justice

Lynette Christmas wants her day in court. Not just against the former deputy who assaulted her, who is now jobless and financially unable to pay restitution, but against the department and the county who enabled his actions.
— Read on fee.org/articles/woman-sexually-assaulted-by-deputy-sheriff-during-traffic-stop-says-qualified-immunity-is-blocking-her-quest-for-justice/

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Despite ‘Delta’ Alarmism, US COVID Deaths Are at Lowest Level Since March 2020, Harvard and Stanford Professors Explain – Foundation for Economic Education

If you judged the US’s current COVID-19 situation only by the headlines, you’d come away thinking that we’re spiraling back into pandemic disaster. But according to these two Ivy League professors, you’d be wrong.
— Read on fee.org/articles/woman-sexually-assaulted-by-deputy-sheriff-during-traffic-stop-says-qualified-immunity-is-blocking-her-quest-for-justice/

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With Less Suburbia, More Americans Could Live In Lovely Neighborhoods

I agree that the overwhelming single family zoning suburb model is ugly, and anti-community.

I would much prefer a mixed use zoning going back to a traditional neighborhood model, which stimulates and facilitates stronger community ties. The only issue I have is ceding control to the federal government, though a local tyrant is the same if they behave in the same way.

Urban sprawl and strict zoning laws destroy our respect for tradition, waste taxpayer money, and hurt our sense of local community.
— Read on thefederalist.com/2021/07/19/more-americans-could-live-in-beautiful-neighborhoods-if-the-right-stopped-propping-up-suburbia/