Monthly Archives: May 2011

In Cold Blood

I saw this story at Jonathan Turley’s blog the other day and remain shocked at the injustice of this cold-blooded killing by a Seattle police officer.

Sunday Menu

CBS: Face The Nation: House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL).

The Herd Is Moving

I don’t suppose we should go all extra-celebratory with the news that a Democrat has won NY-26 for the first time in some 50 years. But it does make you wonder if there’s movement afoot.

Tonight On FRONTLINE: “WikiSecrets”

“Private Manning allegedly leaked the secret cables — along with a controversial video — in the hope of inciting ‘worldwide discussion, debates and reforms.’”

Tweets U Missed

Tweets U Missed

Sunday Menu

CBS: Face The Nation: former House Speaker and GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich (D-GA).

Subsidies Saved For Big Oil

The outcome was established ages ago, so why Harry Reid bothered to bring it to the floor at all requires an explanation.

On The Great Switch

And the concentration wealth continues unabated, while, astonishingly, our debt to them does as well. But that’s not the whole problem.

Scientists Doubt TSA’s Scanner Tests

Call this the third in an unintentional series of stories on all that is the Transportation Security Administration‘s full-body X-ray — porno — scanners that in the last year have taken our airports by storm.

Sunday Menu

CBS: 60 Minutes: The Soldiers’ Secretary: Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in his first interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden