Monthly Archives: March 2021

No Rights Violated on Mulberry Street

[Update below] Yesterday I started to write an e-mail, rewrote it a time or two, and finally sent it to the trash — I decided not to send it. I thought better of the message. Did I ‘cancel’ myself? ‘Censor … Continue reading

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What Went Wrong at the Capitol? Status of the Investigation

[Updated Below] Since January 6, I’ve been following the investigation of what went wrong at the Capitol (see earlier posts here, here and here). How could a group of insurrectionists, supporters of Donald Trump, succeed in delaying the counting of … Continue reading

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Riot or Insurrection on January 6?

Much of the reporting about the January 6 event at the Capitol describes the event as a “riot.” (Here a recent LA Times story, for example; and here is a recent CBS News account.) Less often, it seems, the event … Continue reading

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