Hang on to your wallets:
$1 trillion in new revenue to “balance” spending cuts, of which
there really aren’t any.
defense industry, though, is worried that there will be
spending cuts, someday, eventually.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, expressing the canny wisdom
for which he is so beloved, said that
Hurricane Sandy was much worse than Hurricane Katrina. His
statement was both rather tacky and factually incorrect.
Former Rep. Barney Frank has
withdrawn his opposition to President Barack Obama’s choice of
former Sen. Chuck Hagel as secretary of Defense, in part because
neoconservatives apparently dislike Hagel a whole lot.
The NHL has ended
its four-month lockout, salvaging a 50-game season.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a case Monday that
federal government rules over what groups are classified as
Political Action Committees and therefore face more stringent
donor and spending disclosure rules.
China’s chief law enforcement official wants to stop sending
convicted criminals and political dissidents to
labor camps as punishment.
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