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No wonder everything hurts! Bookmark It

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Read the rest: An Alabama blogger posted a simple question on his website this week: “Why did it take five months for me to be released from jail?” Roger Shuler’s extraordinary imprisonment last autumn came after he blogged about allegations of an affair between a powerful Republican and a lobbyist, and in conservative Alabama, it […]

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Kevin Hayden is one of the originals, and a helluva nice guy – maybe too nice. Always taking care of other people, and working to be a good son and father. (I’ve written about him before.) Now he’s in jail and had to make bail for driving uninsured. They’ve taken his truck. (The truck he […]

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By the way

There’s always something good to read at Avedon’s place. Bookmark It

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Last word from Bartcop

This is the end of an era. Bartcop, one of the original liberal bloggers, died this morning of flu, pneumonia and leukemia. He inspired many of us, and left a legacy of hard hitting yet humorous attacks on Republicans. I’m still stunned by the news, but the one thing that sticks out is, he was […]

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Outrage porn

Since this is what I do for a living, I SO relate: Imagine this was your job: you had to wake up every morning, read and watch what was going on in the world, and then, even if you didn’t actually feel this way — in fact, in spite of the fact that you didn’t […]

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Imagine: It only took him all those years and God knows how much money to realize something I’d figured out by 16. Also, even without a Ph.D, I know the difference between “straightened” and “straitened.” Bookmark It

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Ha ha! TRENTON — A New Jersey judge this week ordered the state Treasury Department to hand over most of the documents requested by a blogger who is investigating the pension deal for a top assistant to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno when she was the Monmouth County sheriff. The ruling Tuesday by Administrative Law Judge […]

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We’ll see

These guys will try, but I don’t know that it’ll be enough: A group of Democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill in both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives to restore net neutrality rules at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. The two bills, introduced Monday, come about three weeks after the U.S. Court […]

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Internet outages today

I couldn’t get into the site for a while. Here’s the map of AT&T outages. It also affected Comcast, Verizon and Charter customers. Some of us could only get into some pages. It’s better now than it was an hour ago. Many subscribers are without internet, television or working phones. When I find out what […]

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