Thursday Apr 10
US News & World Report
Rep. Louie Gohmert's Embarrassing Attack on Eric Holder
I'm an avid admirer and strong supporter of the U.S. Congress. I suppose I can't help it, having spent more than six years working in the U.S. Senate.
Pennsylvania Schools Shun Debt Amid Austerity Push: Muni Credit
Pennsylvania school districts are selling the least municipal debt in seven years as localities nationwide respond to calls for austerity even with yields close to generational lows.
Trace Amounts premieres April 26th
Lighthouse Pictures announces the world premiere of the documentary film "Trace Amounts" on Saturday, April 26th, at 5:30 p.m. at the Newport Beach Film Festival in Newport Beach, California.
It's Time to Start Quoting Our Public Figures...
Jesse Sheidlower makes a point near and dear to my heart today: it's time to get rid of the dashes.
Current in Carmel
3 candidates vie to be Democrat candidate for Congress
Two years ago, U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks took over the seat of longtime Republican congressman Dan Burton, who had served 30 years in that office.
The Washington Post
Toyota said to be settling with government for $1 billion in recall probe
Toyota Motor Corp. has agreed to a $1 billion settlement to end a U.S. Justice Department criminal probe into its handling of safety problems that led to massive vehicle recalls, according to news reports.