Dem $ in Kansas, Good Story Wrong Conclusion

Jazz Shaw at Hotair brings up an election story that should surprise nobody: Senate Majority PAC, a Democratic super-PAC run by former political advisers to Majority Leader Harry Reid, sent about $1.5 million to two super-PACs that promoted businessman Greg Orman, who was running as an independent and refused to identify with which party he … Continue reading Dem $ in Kansas, Good Story Wrong Conclusion

SLA terrorist to return to teaching at University of Illinois

By John Ruberry The University of Illinois has three campuses, Chicago, Urbana-Champaign, and Springfield. The first one was the professional home of Bill Ayers for nearly two decades. Ayers, a longtime friend of the Obama family, was a member of the Weather Underground, one of the most violent of the radical groups of the 1960s … Continue reading SLA terrorist to return to teaching at University of Illinois

A Sobering Advent Milestone Lucy Lizotte 1921-2014

Sheldon:  60 only takes me to here. I need to get to here. Leonard:  What’s there? Sheldon:  The earliest estimate of the singularity, when man will be able to transfer his consciousness into machines and achieve immortality. Leonard:  So, you’re upset about missing out on becoming some sort of freakish self-aware robot? Sheldon:  By this … Continue reading A Sobering Advent Milestone Lucy Lizotte 1921-2014

November jobs report – seasoning is everything

By Steve Eggleston On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the November jobs report, and everybody focused on the seasonally-adjusted gain of 321,000 jobs, 314,000 in the private sector. I'll join the club and start there. On a seasonally-adjusted basis, that is the best overall and private-sector 1-month gain since January 2012, when the … Continue reading November jobs report – seasoning is everything