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20 May 2010 @ 12:18 pm
The Gulf oil spill, the Sinaloa cartel, and press conferences  
* Again, we don't know exactly how big the Gulf oil spill is. Also, whoah: EPA to demand less dangerous dispersant stat.
* NPR finds "strong evidence of collusion between elements of the Mexican army and the Sinaloa cartel in the violent border city of Juarez."
* Obama seems to have turned his back on press conferences.
* 'We are not a Christian nation.'
* "The lesson from this week's primaries is clear: We live in a country whose pundits cannot agree on anything. I mean, are we all looking at the same contests?"
* Dana Milbank saw a bad night for Mitch McConnell.
* Girl power behind the cult of Chloe.
* A legacy for Joan Weston, roller derby star.

PMMJ: Politicscheetahmaster on May 20th, 2010 07:40 pm (UTC)
well put
"Reporters really, really need to stop drawing monumental conclusions from a few tiny data points. Especially when they have to twist even the few data points they have in order to do it."