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Two good news articles from one page of the Sunday NYT

By this time, I’m sure you know my fatal flaw: I’m a warmth-seeking optimist. Not a crazy one, really, but my spirit gazes outward at a humane future. This is undoubtedly why I have no interest in dystopian films or … Continue reading

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A CA election district and an (allegedly) bad sheriff

From today’s DailyKos Elections Morning Digest, a story about one California election district, one employment discrimination lawsuit with a huge jury verdict, and one sheriff’s “behavior,” i.e., “unwanted sexual advances.” Oh, the guy is running for Congress as a Republican. … Continue reading

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Defamation: Gawker, freedom of the press, & big jury verdicts

A few days ago I responded to a Q by a friend of mine. He asked why HuffingtonPost articles were dominated by lists. What was this thing with lists? I felt ever so hip when I told him that, yeah, … Continue reading

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