Years ago there was a criminal case where a crooked cop planted evidence against the suspect even though prosecutors already had a pretty tight case against him. One observer described the police officer's actions as "framing a guilty man," and I've found that to be a useful phrase from time to time since. Sometimes the case against someone or something is strong enough without embellishment, and piling on can actually have the opposite effect. Read below the fold...
Cross posted from Pruning Shears.
A new movie takes a look at fracking from a very positive perspective - but only tells a selective story.
Freelance journalist Phelim McAleer has a new film called FrackNation that has been getting positive notice on the right, though it is flying under the mainstream radar to a certain extent. It does not appear to have had a theatrical release, and aside from an airing on the satellite channel AXS TV in January it hasn't been before the general public in any substantial way. Read below the fold...
"Lambert on the road" edition.
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard - Roll Bus Roll