At Red State there's an article that draws on Michael Goodwin, columnist at the NYPost who's been all over the Cuomo story, to outline the increasing legal jeopardy that Cuomo is facing:
The problem that Cuomo is facing is that his closest aides are now receiving subpoenas to produce official documents as well as to testify. Some of these subpoenas are coming as a result of the FBI investigation into the nursing home deaths. Here are two key paragraphs:
The subpoenas, which include demands for testimony and documents, are coming as the result of an FBI investigation into whether Cuomo illegally withheld nursing home fatalities from the Department of Justice and an investigation by the office of Democrat Attorney General Letitia James into the numerous sexual harassment allegations. For those of you keeping score at home, the number of accusers now stands at nine.
The FBI probe presents greater legal jeopardy for Cuomo, because “the prospect of criminal conduct is more pronounced, wrote Goodwin: “There is no doubt Cuomo’s team lied about nursing home deaths and withheld the truth by changing an official Health Department report.” Goodwin laid out one scenario in which a Cuomo aide could throw the governor under the bus in a heartbeat.
In Covid news, or perhaps in Authoritarian Government news:
Basically, the WISC said that "the governor did not have the authority to extend the state's public health emergency beyond 60 days without approval from the legislature." It's good to see government by executive decree finally being challenged in some states.
Finally, Steve Sailer reveals where much of "Wokism" is coming from. It's a good illustration of why philosophy--or ideology, at any rate--actually matters.
It's worth noting that the leading lights of the related phenomenon of the Frankfurt School of Cultural Marxism were almost uniformly perverts as well. Sailer quotes an earlier article he wrote on the same topic: