I’m spending too much time on Hurricane Florence, and I almost missed this. Claire Wolfe’s Midweek links. Which starts off with the following:
- David French of the National Review calls Amber Guyger’s murder of a man in his own home “the worst police shooting yet.” I don’t know about that, but it certainly has all the elements, including favoritism and the typical cover story.
- From Wired: How to move a million people out of a hurricane’s way. Good luck, mid-Atlantean readers!
- She made it through Hurricane Harvey — though not necessarily well. Now Sara Cress gives advice on how to prepare for a flood. (NPR broadcast; not sure whether transcript will be online by the time this posts, but she mentions things people might not think of.)