Passing on. I still need to read the underlying post, but I trust Kevin Drum generally. His point is interesting enough anyway.
Monthly Archives: October 2007
Interesting stuff. Facebook developers may not want to blast out news feed items… the volume is throttled at the pump.
It’s mostly a non-story, but sort of funny. Tom lied to you! Those of you that don’t use (or study) MySpace can safely ignore this story.
Please just stop talking Shays… you’re making yourself look stupid.
I’m sure many of you have seen this highlight but in case you missed it, this desperation play was unbelievable.
I tend to blast single-issue voters, in large part because I think voters, myself included, tend to magnify negatives over positives. This is probably a topic for another post, so I won’t go into that here. I bring the single … Continued
This guy is an embarrassment. Glad he doesn’t represent my district, sad that he represents my state…
Studs Terkel gives the 2 minute history lesson on why FISA and other limits on government surveillance are important. We are doomed to repeat this history unless we learn from it and stop this overreach by our government. These type … Continued
If you haven’t been following this, Hilzoy has a good summary of the details here. Bottom line: our system has a number of ways to deal with this without creating a blanket “get out of jail free” card. Yet, that’s … Continued
At least Chertoff admits that the staged FEMA interview was one of the “dumbest” things he’s seen: Chertoff, meanwhile, lashed into his own employees for staging a phony news conference at the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The agency arranged to … Continued