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Monthly Archive for June, 2010

The Bird

Morris Day and the Time: Bookmark It

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A Progressive Budget Calculator

Ezra Klein: Not to be outdone by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Deficit, the Center for Economic Policy Research has a new budget calculator out that lets you put more liberal policies into play and see what happens to the debt level in 2020. I got us below 60 percent (the magic number, at least […]

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Dittos

What Taibbi said. Bookmark It

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To pass the unemployment extension as a standalone bill under suspension of the rules. It’s on C-SPAN now. UPDATE: Nope, the House Republicans are now on record against the bill, but Harry Reid is still trying to work something out in the Senate. Bookmark It

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I was sitting in the Rocket Cat cafe with my friend Lynn after we’d spent the morning at two local thrift stores. She kept talking about a flyer on the wall for a cute lost kitty (she’s a cat lady) and somehow we got sidetracked into a conversation about unemployed cats. “You know what these […]

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Al Franken kicks ass! In fact, I confess I gave $10 to the DSCC yesterday. I had to struggle with my conscience, but I did it because Al asked me. I wouldn’t have done it for the rest of them. Bookmark It

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I really need to stop reading econobloggers who tell the truth. [Via Lambert.] Because believe it or not, Krugman’s still understating just how bad it is. Bookmark It

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Radio Radio

If you missed me on Nicole Sandler last night, you can hear it here. (My portion of the show starts at 1:30.) Bookmark It

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Karl Burkart, well-known writer who specializes in green technology, posts an anonymous email he got from someone who says he’s an industry insider. Go read the whole thing: What is likely to happen now? Well…none of what is likely to happen is good, in fact…it’s about as bad as it gets. I am convinced the […]

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Fred Clark’s Slacktivist is one of my favorite blogs, maybe because we so rarely disagree: In a couple of recent posts (here and here), Brad DeLong responds to the accusation that he and Paul Krugman are oversimplifying the current debate between austerity and growth. Let’s be clear: this accusation comes from those trying to defend the […]

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