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Last weekend, Buzzfeed.com got a hold of the entire research file on Mitt Romney compiled by John McCain’s staff during the 2008 election. It is, as you might imagine, quite enlightening.
But this is not just about Penn State. The exact same coverup could have happened at any other university that has sold its soul to the big business of big time sports.
America has moved to the right. Today's Supreme Court decision, though it infuriates conservatives, reinforces that as Democrats barely advanced a version of health care dreamed up by Republicans.
Though I make no promises, I like I'll Have Another to repeate his Derby victory in the Preakness today, and I'd box him in an exacta with Went The Day Well.
The Super Bowl produced a couple of things that did not make me smile, either because they were repugnant or sadly pathetic. Let’s start with the sadly pathetic: Madonna and M.I.A.
Overpriced mediocre food is nothing to get excited about, so mostly I've just ignored Cafe Hon. But I've also never been comfortable with the way it commodifies working class culture.
Journalists and bloggers just can’t stop talking about the 2012 election. But Election Day isn’t a year a way. It’s today. November 8, 2011, the polls are open, but hardly anyone seems to care.
Occupy Baltimore offers an example of community building at many Occupy movements around the country, and some of its unintended consequences.
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