It’s another one of those infernal company holidays at the World Headquarters of News Cut. As usual, if news rears its ugly head, so will I.
Archives for December 2010
A doctor who brought health care to a small island out of a moral obligation has died.
Thomas Eberhardt, who was killed in the crash, was chairman of a company founded by his brother. His brother was also killed in a plane crash.
Maybe we should just assess this culture of ours, and maybe get back to the question of whether the climate is changing, and so what if it is?
Five people have been taken to Regions Hospital since Christmas after falling off their roof. Two died.
Ice dam removal made easy, grading the meteorologists, Idiot with a Tripod, Kodachrome’s last day, and goodbye, Rosie the Riveter.
2010 stole another great while it still could.
Some professors at Yale and Cornell have started a Web site to protest tax cuts for wealthy Americans, the Associated Press reports toda
Newark, which is about the size of St. Paul, is no paradise, to be sure. But this week it’s got what a lot of people want.
Police say most of the drive-offs are people simply forgetting to pay and they’ve got better things to do than be debt collectors.
Suggestions for what the punishment should be for Brett Favre.
The East Coast loses, the value of a second chance, cutting the cable cord, when the invisible war is visible, and let the quarterback controversy begin!
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has reinstated a lawsuit that claimed tobacco companies knew low-tar cigarettes weren’t any healthier than regular cigarettes.
The economist was memorable for one of the best economics lessons ever for someone trying to understand what makes recessions worse: emotion.
If we’re a nation of wusses compared to China, how come three inches of snow grinds things to a halt there?