Just one or two stories today Tuesday, 10 May 2022 13:55:51 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, General, Geography, Politics, Travel, Weather, Work (0) Sheesh: Eriq Gardener provides four reasons not to think a Supreme Court insider leaked Justice Alito's (R) draft opinion. NPR reports that Justice Thomas (R) of all people complained about people losing respect for the Court. Alex Shephard agrees with me that the GOP caught the car with the Alito leak, but that won't stop them from threatening every other privacy-based right Americans have. Military analyst Mick Ryan examines where the Ukrainian army might engage the Russians next, and how they have maintained the initiative since the invasion. The Chicago City Council may finally have a new ward map, but no one seems happy about it, meaning it's probably the best compromise possible. The Economist's "Bartleby" column explains why "working from anywhere" doesn't work for most people. Cranky Flyer listened in on Spirit Airlines' earnings call to figure out why they rejected JetBlue's takeover offer. And finally, when I left for San Francisco on Saturday morning, it was 10°C and sunny. Here we are about 76 hours later and it's 30°C. We really don't have spring or fall here some years.