This benefit concert sold out in 16 minutes.  One night only.  Never again seen by anyone in the four years since.  Until now.  Yours, free.

Flynn’s lies to the FBI were material — just look at all the people who thought so.  From Flynn himself, and his defense attorneys, all the way up to, among others, the President of the United States.  That suddenly the Attorney General would move to drop the case screams contempt for the rule of law.  But that won’t bother Glenn’s brother . . .

Glenn:  “I forwarded last week’s Vivaldi clip to my brother, who found that his computer blocked it.  Why?  ‘I think I have it figured out,’ he reported. ‘Andrew Tobias, I discover, is a hate-filled elitist never Trumper. My computer, unbeknownst to me, apparently has a filter in place to block out such fools. Computers have their imperfections, and no matter the potential quality of this particular email, my computer reads Andrew Tobias in the URL and engages the filter.‘  It’s very sad to me that a 76-year-old Ph.D. in psychology who still has an active patient-counseling practice revels in his own brand of Trump-inspired ignorance.  His and my older sister, now deceased, was more liberal.  My brother’s adopted daughter thinks Trump is an ass.  To my brother’s astounding admission that his computer filters out everything not resembling Fox News, I responded:  ‘He who willfully filters out facts lives his life in willful ignorance.’  Willfulignorance. Noun. (uncountable) (idiomatic, law) A decision in bad faith to avoid becoming informed about something so as to avoid having to make undesirable decisions that such information might prompt.

Finally, on the remote chance you have not already seen it:




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