The worldwide flow of information did not jump measurably after the verdict, although it appears to have dropped slightly during it.
Archives for July 5, 2011
The Minnesota Court of Appeals today upheld the 40-year prison term of a man who paid another person a few hundred dollars to punch a pregnant woman in the stomach because he didn’t want to pay child support.
The winners and losers in the Minnesota government shutdown were on display in downtown Saint Paul today.
Former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty’s presidential campaign is out with a new commercial, scrapping the speeches and glitz of previous commecials and stressing Pawlenty’s role in Minnesota’s 2005 shutdown.
Be careful of oft-repeated assertions about the importance of state primaries.
Musical interpretations of the shutdown, when people do good, what’s it like to be fireworks, the death of the serial comma, and the Milky Way from South Dakota.