Wednesday Links

F Street

VERY interesting map on House members’ vocab –– my only critique is that most people don’t speak on the floor as much as, say Shiela Jackson Lee, so the results are biased.

Reason: New Ron Paul Ad Calls Romney a “Flip-Flopper”–Does That Count as an Attack?

Per-voter spending in Presidential elections

AC: The Problem with Santorum

Sign my petition if you think Wal-Mart is awesome

Did Obama break campaign laws using an official White House photo for the campaign?

Wonkette: Orrin Hatch Calls Obama A Hipster With A Funny Hat And Coffee

Fortune: How StumbleUpon saved itself

Club for Growth scorecard

American: America’s missing $800 billion

STLToday: Pics from the SLU v. Xavier game

STLToday: Carnahan vs. Clay expected to be divisive for Democrats

Square: A great way to accept payments.

RollCall: Stachegate

BND: Congress closes ‘strip club loophole’; welfare benefits can’t be spent at ‘questionable locations’

ARLNow: Route 1 Blocked in Alexandria Due to Flooding

GGW: Ever wonder what that random tiny stone house is on the Mall?

NationalJournal: House ratings

Money: Intel’s secret phone

WUSA: Ad At D.C. Area Metro Station: “Go To Hell Barack”

SLU 70, Xavier 59

NYTimes: In Saskatchewan’s Leagues, Fisticuffs Are a Tradition

NPR: Six-Legged Giant Finds Secret Hideaway, Hides For 80 Years

SlickDeals: Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun (PC Digital Download) Free

NYTimes: Obama Lays Out Plan to Cut Reliance on Fuel Imports

This article has been revised to reflect the following correction:

Correction: March 30, 2011

A previous version of this article misstated how many of the president’s proposals to reduce the country’s reliance on imported oil were new in his speech on Wednesday. None of them were, not one of them.

Kittle: Beware the Dangers of Job Jumping


What an interesting way to try and off yourself. (Click picture for story)

Abandoned: Cairo, ILL (The US Government flooded and destroyed much of Missouri to save this hellhole.)

Willingness to Soak the Rich Depends Upon the Question

Facebook Comments


Comments are closed.

Post Navigation