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13 October 2010 @ 12:29 pm
The elderly, a plan for Obama, and the MD debate  
"Why are important projects now unaffordable? Decades ago, when the federal and state governments were much smaller, they had the means to undertake gigantic new projects, like the Interstate Highway System and the space program. But now, when governments are bigger, they don't." (Courtesy tarsus4.)

SOME NEWS:
* Population boom of the elderly goes global.
* "Why Brazil, India, and China will be thrilled if Republicans win the midterms."
* Follow-up: "By a 7-2 vote, the court let stand a ruling that held the president is free to select his audience at public speeches and to have his aides remove persons who may disagree with him."
* Analysis: a fourteen-step plan for Obama to get things back on track.
* O'Malley and Ehrlich debate, but neither seems to have any plans for the future.
* Good read: why the populist rage against the well-educated?
* Darren Aronofsky to helm Wolverine sequel?
* Huh. New Veritgo comic book written by... Anthony Bourdain.

 
 
 
PMMJ: Newscheetahmaster on October 13th, 2010 06:05 pm (UTC)
deep in the heart of Texas
Are Rick Perry's days numbered?