Daily Archives: October 1, 2011
Police Arrest About 400 Protesters on Brooklyn Bridge In a tense showdown above the East River, the police arrested about 400 demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street protests who took to the roadway as they tried to cross the Brooklyn … Continue reading
Christie Team Assessing How Fast a 2012 Campaign Could Be Mounted Chris Christie’s political advisers are working to determine whether they could move fast enough to set up effective political operations in Iowa and New Hampshire in the wake of … Continue reading
I hope drugs were involved: Occupy Wall Street protest, swelled by Radiohead hoax, marches on NYPD HQ, but gets lost Radiohead didn’t rock out with the Occupy Wall Street mass yesterday, but the crowds sure did as the protest marched … Continue reading
CNN Judge OKs release of ‘inflammatory’ Casey Anthony video Video showing Casey Anthony rocking and hunched over upon hearing remains had been found in the search for her 2-year-old daughter was released Friday, after a Florida judge overturned a decision … Continue reading
DOE’s $5 billion day The Energy Department’s clean-energy loan guarantee program went out with a nearly $5 billion flourish Friday. And it’s not over yet. The embattled department announced approvals for a total of more than $4.7 billion in guarantees … Continue reading
Ken Silverstein at Harper’s: Barack Obama Inc.: The birth of a Washington machine In July, on a typically oppressive summer day in Washington, D.C., roughly a thousand college students from across the country gathered at a Marriott hotel with plans … Continue reading
We finished September with almost 100,000 hits. You slackers need to try harder this month. Which reminds me – It’s Oktoberfest!!!