Eric Florack on June 26th, 2009

As I predicted here this afternoon, it came down to less than 10 votes… 219 to 212,  Eight Republicans backed the bill, and 44 Democrats voted against it. Every one of the people who voted for this bill should be removed from office immediately.  Believe me when I tell you I’m not exaggerating were overreacting.  […]

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Eric Florack on June 26th, 2009

Welcome, every one of you to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘sphere… The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble This is the “Delivery Truck” Edition. Jackson: If you’re looking for a glowing obit, singing the unalloyed praises of the 50 year old kid who died yesterday, look elsewhere, This ain’t it. I won’t insult you by […]

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Eric Florack on June 26th, 2009

Reports from Washington are starting to suggest that the automation system was in fact at fault in the cash of the DC Mtro train crash that killed nine and injured 70. Example, near the bottom of a report by  Fox/AP: Federal investigators said Thursday that Metro’s signaling system failed to detect a test train stopped in […]

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Eric Florack on June 26th, 2009

Billy Beck: Ed Rasimus minutes: “But, my point…(drum roll, please)…’devolution.’ I don’t equate it as Smith does with societal reversion or decline. The classic definition in political science of devolution is one of a reversal of the 20th century dismantling of the Constitutional federal system. It is a rediscovery of the 9th and 10th amendments […]

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davidl on June 26th, 2009

More from the moral sink hole known as New York State, from Rob Stien, Washington Post: New York has become the first state to allow taxpayer-funded researchers to pay women for giving their eggs for embryonic stem cell research, a move welcomed by many scientists but condemned by critics who fear it will lead to […]

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