Archive for the National CategoryMarch 26, 2013
Yesterday was not a good day for RSS fans, as Google announced it was shuttering its Google Reader service on July 1st and the developer of FeedDemon announced the move was causing him to abandon the desktop RSS reader.
Los Angeles public school students who say they were spoon-fed semen by their 3rd grade teacher as a “tasting game” will each be paid $470,000 in a settlement reached Tuesday.
US taxpayers have paid $1.5 million through the National Institutes of Health to figure out why most lesbians are fat, and it’s not over yet.
Democrat Ashley Judd, who was an actress in the 1990s, either is or isn’t preparing a 2014 challenge against Republican Mitch McConnell for his seat in the US Senate. Seems it depends on which day you ask.
During February, while talk about how the government was going to cut $85 billion in spending on March 1 got blanket coverage from every outlet that provides political or economic news, employers chose to add 236,000 workers to their payrolls.
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I’m having trouble believing that there’s even a debate about whether the President of the United States, any President of the United States, has the Constitutional authority to order the assassination by drone of an American citizen on US soil who poses no imminent national security threat without first providing that citizen due process in a court of law.
Less than a week after mandatory minor spending cuts brought a tiny little dose of fiscal sanity to Washington, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has leaped to an all-time high.
Doctors in Mississippi appear to have ‘cured’ an HIV positive infant with aggressive treatment just 30 hours after birth.
Erick Erickson over at Red State says that Republicans in the House and Senate are set to break with two elections worth of campaign promises and the rationale behind their current majority in the House of Representatives to “endorse Obamacare and approve its funding.”