During an appearance on Tuesday’s broadcast of Fox News’ “The Story,” Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) condemned Uvalde Police Chief Peter Arredondo as not “very credible,” asserting that “most of what he has said” about the Uvalde school shooting was proven false “by actual evidence.”

Mike Rowe, everyday working-class hero and host of the Fox Business show “How America Works,” joined HBO Host Bill Maher in a bit of mockery involving the Washington Post.

In case you missed the online saga involving the Post, one of its more prominent writers, Dave Weigel, and another reporter, Felicia Sonmez, well … consider yourself lucky.

Weigel retweeted – meaning he did not write, but merely shared – a joke from a comedian about women and Sonmez replied by demanding punitive action from their employer – which resulted in an all-out Twitter war with the newsroom.

It’s the summer of 2022 — and where are all those Durham indictments you were promised? And where's that much-discussed Durham report? Do you know that you’ve been played for a fool yet — or are you still watching Fox News? Maybe you need another year to figure out the entire game. Maybe you still believe Bill Barr! Didn’t that legendary windbag tell us that the wheels of justice grind very slow but justice is coming?

Let’s turn back the clock two years — in case you forgot what AG Bagpipes promised the American public.

Scott interviews Max Blumenthal about what’s been happening between Paul Mason and The Grayzone. Mason is a British Trotskyist turned Neocon who never stopped identifying with the left. He has built up a reputation in British media as a leftist while building relationships with British intelligence officials. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Mason decided to wage an all-out war on any media establishments that showed even a hint of skepticism towards the pro-NATO narrative of the war.

Accusations of Russia’s forceful abduction of minors from Donbass, contained in the Verkhovna Rada’s address to the UN, are a cynical lie, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Saturday.

Libyan diplomat and writer Giuma Bukleb looks at how the legacy of chaos and the political vacuum seeded by the regime of deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, coupled with Libya’s geostrategic location and its oil wealth, turned the country into “a battleground for competing local and foreign interests” and “led to the emergence of new opportunistic political elites lacking the necessary qualifications and tools, helped by militias”.

Germany is heading for a gas shortage if Russian gas supplies remain as low as they are now, and certain industries would have to be shut down if there is not enough when winter comes, Economy Minister Robert Habeck told Der Spiegel magazine.

“Companies would have to stop production, lay off their workers, supply chains would collapse, people would go into debt to pay their heating bills, that people would become poorer,” Habeck told Der Spiegel on Friday, saying it was part of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s strategy to divide the country.

The New York Times has published an article expressing its concerns that Big Tech platforms like Facebook and Twitter aren’t doing enough to censor “misinformation” in the run-up to the midterm elections.