davidl on June 4th, 2012

From a suppose institution of higher education,   City University of New York, via Susan Edelman New York Post: A steering committee led by Joyce Moy, director of CUNY’s Asian Research Institute, ran faculty focus groups based on “identity.” The groups included “African-American/black, Asian, White/Jewish, Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender, Hispanic/Latino, Individuals with disabilities, and Italian-American.” Setting aside the merits, […]

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Eric Florack on June 4th, 2012

Here’s another of my all-time favorite tracks: Koinonia – Countin’ The Cost, from the Celebration LP. This thing has a groove that is infectious.  It’s just the audio from the LP. If you prefer, here’s a vid of the same tune, different version. It’s not quite as solid a recording in my opinion, but it’s […]

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Patterico, whos day job is assistant district attorney, demonstrates his professional skills by giving the Speedway Bomber, b/k/a Brett Kimberlin an on-line anal examination.   Patterico  makes his case in detail.   From Patterico examination of Kimberlin, I draw two easy conclusions: One, Kimberlin is hypersensitive: KIMBERLIN: He wrote a blog post that said that I framed […]

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Eric Florack on June 4th, 2012

ABC News is among those discussing this: ABC News’ Ben Forer and Olivia Katrandjian report: The soft drink industry is fighting back against New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed ban on large sugary drinks, by running an eye-catching, full-page ad in Sunday’s New York Times with an image of the mayor as a nanny. […]

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California is paying the price for recycling a failed governor, Governor Moonbeam, a/k/a Jerry Brown.   Can Governor Moonbeam read the writing on the wall and pull the plug on pipe dream of bullet train.   I kind of doubt it, from  CBS Money Watch: LOS ANGELES — A new poll finds California voters are experiencing buyers’ […]

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