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Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers live: "Moanin'"

Art Blakey - drums
Bobby Timmons (composer) - piano
Lee Morgan - trumpet
Benny Golson - tenor saxophone
Jymie Merritt - bass

Sen. Warnock releases first TV ad of 2022 campaign

From the Warnock campaign:
"I have exciting news! We just launched the very first TV ad of our reelection campaign – and it's a special one.

It tells the story of everyday Georgians who are struggling to make ends meet – and why I'm in this fight to carry their voices all the way to Washington."

Support the campaign:

Stop the EARN IT Act to Save Our Privacy

From the Electronic Frontier Foundation (https://act.eff.org/action/stop-the-earn-it-act-to-save-our-privacy):
The U.S. Senate has revived a surveillance bill that would have a lethal impact on privacy, security, and free speech. If Congress passes the EARN IT Act (S.3538), it may become too legally risky for companies to offer encryption services. Instead, they’ll be pressured to scan nearly all online content.

We need your support to stop the EARN IT Act before it gets any farther. The Senate Judiciary Committee could vote on this bill as soon as next week. This disastrous bill was first proposed two years ago, and then dropped after overwhelming public resistance. We beat this bill once before, and we can do it again.

The EARN IT Act uses crimes against children as a justification to invite all 50 states to regulate the privacy protections internet websites and apps provide to their users. The bill’s supporters have made their message clear: don’t use true end-to-end encryption. Instead, scan everything.

State legislatures will have unprecedented power over websites, both large and small, and will likely pressure companies to scan not only messages, but cloud storage, online photos, and entire websites.

More information and online form to contact your U.S. Senators:
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