Even at this late date, the completely undefined a|the "public option" is written about there as if it meant something concrete (other than in the sense of a concrete block used to deep-six single-payer discussion and awareness).
Once again, where are the answers to these six simple questions? Read more about It's always April Fool's Day when FDL writes about HCR
I have two grandchildren — Maggie is 11, Robert is 9," Gingrich said at Cornerstone Church here. "I am convinced that if we do not decisively win the struggle over the nature of America, by the time they're my age they will be in a secular atheist country, potentially one dominated by radical Islamists and with no understanding of what it once meant to be an American."
Still going every which way but admitting that Obama is not a lousy negotiator with inexplicable framing choices. Not admitting that he is, instead, the good cop for rightwing policies.
Still limning the edge of the shallow end of support for the Democrats, never getting out of the pool. Read more about Krugman: 0 day(s) without a category error
... I'm getting tired of hearing people argue that umpteen fires and radiation releases and general instability at nuke power plants in Japan isn't a wake-up call on how toxic that technology is, and what hubris it takes to think we can forever mitigate the risks associated with it.
I know Ayn Rand cries every time someone suggests that corporations shouldn't be trusted with such volatile materials, so sorry about that, nuke defenders. Read more about Yeah, don't panic. But...
And now for something completely whimsical: UK band Stackridge makes its looong-awaited US debut Monday on "The Late Late Show"
Stackridge, a relatively (and criminally) little-known UK band that makes music both rollicking and pensive makes it to these shores on Monday night (technically, Tuesday AM, on Craig Ferguson's CBS show)— some four decades after the band was founded. Read more about And now for something completely whimsical: UK band Stackridge makes its looong-awaited US debut Monday on "The Late Late Show"
Have you ever been surprised to find that the "alternative" brand you were buying was really a subsidiary of its more famous competitor?
For example, Starbucks owns Seattle's Best Coffee. I'll bet a lot of people who drink SBC don't know that and think they're drinking something off the beaten path.
Sometimes, same-company branding variants are quite well-known. But for one reason or another, people felt better about buying a virtually identical car under either Chrysler's Dodge or now-defunct Plymouth nameplate. Read more about One product, two brands
I forget where I saw it, but I'm pretty sure I caught wind of a solution to runaway health-care costs and inadequate coverage.
It apparently involves taking the profit motive out of health-care. Unfortunately, there is scant information available about it, because it's only practiced in virtually every single country outside the U.S. Read more about A little-known fact
All the serious people are saying we have a deficit problem that demands austerity on the part of the lower classes.
I forget where I saw it, but evidently there was a pretty bad economic patch in the U.S. in the 1930s or thereabouts. And apparently, it was solved by—get this—increased government spending.
Maybe some history buff should look into this.... Read more about A little-known fact