Monthly Archives: June 2010

A GOP-Backed Spoiler Candidate

I do hope investigators uncover the facts behind the Democratic Senate primary victory of Alvin Greene in South Carolina. Maybe, as Tom Schaller at 538 says, the simplest explanation is true—a fluke of ballot order, a familiar-enough name, and a … Continue reading

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Katrina in the Waves? I Think Not.

You might as well play this peppy little number as background music while you read, because I think we could all use a little feel-good right now: Seems that it is becoming fashionable to compare the current administration’s response to … Continue reading

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BP & Tort Reform

Here’s the latest: a woman suing Google because, while following a recommended route for walking, she was hit by a car. Ridiculous? Of course. And don’t worry—Google will be fine. Filing a lawsuit is easy. It should be, as a … Continue reading

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Oil Spill 50-Day-Mark Vigil 6/8 in Houston

Just got email from a MoveOn member that there will be a vigil – NOTE UPDATED LOCATION: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 6:30 p.m. Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney, downtown NOW SCHEDULED FOR HERMANN PARK near the hill at Miller Outdoor Theater … Continue reading

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One of Those Link-y Posts

You never do know what you’ll find when you go a-surfing . . . I don’t think I’ll ever forgive The Gloss for filling me in on the fact that you can actually get clogs like this. I can’t wait … Continue reading

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