November 24th, 2010


Cyberforensics, gay partners, and tentacle porn

* What's up with North Korea?
* More problems with the money we're funneling into Afghanistan.
* Cholera continues to ravage Haiti.
* Charting the recession in your home state.
* One victory: Obama signs new rules requiring all hospitals accepting Medicare or Medicaid to also allow full visitation rights for gay partners.
* Our modern world: cyberforensics.
* Interesting profile of right-wing rising star Governor Chris Christie.
* Comcast finally receives their 'Worst Company in America' trophy.
* Cecil Adams takes on Japanese tentacle porn.



"It is starting to look like the president who campaigned on closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay may end up doing something wholly different: signing a law that would pave the way for terrorism suspects to be held indefinitely... Ghailani was never going to walk out of the courtroom a free man because the Obama Justice Department, from Attorney General Eric Holder on down, has made clear that if any high-profile terrorism suspects are acquitted, they will never go free. They would be held as enemy combatants instead."