The strange campaign saga of the 6th District, when Social Security goes broke, McCain on Syria, and why can’t a kid who built a nuclear reactor win a science fair? Here’s today’s news conversation with Mary Lucia on The Current.
Archives for May 2013
People with a chance to win who quit in politics get a special place in the political cemetery. Read more →
If you’re looking for evidence that the end of civilization is at hand, a brawl at a kindergarten graduation should fit the bill.
If I’m wrong about something I write today, it’s only because I’m writing about what I felt happened.
Coincidence and the shootout, is class rank outdated, the Marines lose a hot meal, the New York Times gets taken, and the Boston Strong concert.
June marks four years since the Great Recession ended and the economic recovery technically began. Most Americans households are still trying to recover.
“Some college, no degree” is not going to cut it.
A big city newspaper fires all of its photographers.
A couple of new panels of the fence that separates my and my neighbor’s house appeared a few weeks ago. This weekend, the blacktop driveway sealer people did their thing on his driveway (psst: that stuff doesn’t do anything). The poor guy has been out mowing every few days. New flower beds are being put in and the place looks great. It must be costing him a fortune to spruce the joint up.
Blog housekeeping, is reading or math more important, the people who disappear, what might have been for Bachmann, and paying it back.
Pols line up to run for Bachmann’s seat, a challenger to Al Franken finally emerges, more flooding in the Midwest, the Catholic school and the pregnant teacher, and who left this gun on the amusement park ride?
What happens to a politician’s money when they retire?
In her video today announcing she’s not running for re-election, Rep. Michele Bachmann noted, ‘the law limits anyone serving as president of the United States for more than eight years.’ There is no such limitation in years.
There’s still time to save the planet.
Youth sports and the old days, just another day at the high school, the air traffic controller tin cup, the suspicious NYT account of an emergency landing, and Michele Bachmann by the numbers.