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Thursday, January 26, 2023

Limbaugh, master of projection

If you want to see just how badly Limbaugh has dumb the conservative camp down, look up old conservative articles from the 50’s and 60’s. you will find conservatives were not as profoundly stupid as Limbaugh, they actually made brilliant arguments.
One of my favorite pieces is a June, 1968 edition of Readers Digest. This conservative magazine published an article titled “when the loan shark shows his teeth.”

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Judge voids case against senator

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. judge threw out a corruption verdict against former Republican Senator Ted Stevens on Tuesday and ordered a criminal probe into “shocking” Justice Department misconduct, in a blow to a legal system marred by accusations of Bush administration abuses.

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Obama says Iraq entering critical phase

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama pushed Iraq’s feuding factions to compromise on Tuesday, sounding a note of impatience as he said Iraqis should take responsibility for their country so U.S. troops could leave.

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All your power are belong to us

Intel’s Chairman Craig Barrett recently announced that they were unsure when the semiconductor industry would see any lift from the Obama Adminstation stimulus packages. This leaves a fairly gloomy outlook for technology stocks at least in the near term.

Along comes the Wall Street Journal to the rescue with a story about the electricity grid in the U.S. being penetrated by spies. Unfortunately, the Wall Street Journal fails to name any of their sources, choosing instead to refer to them only as “current and former national security officials.”

This piece is hogwash and those unnamed sources are cowards.

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FCC opens effort to boost broadband to nation

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Regulators opened a debate on Wednesday on how the United States, trailing many industrialized countries in access and adoption of high-speed Internet, can extend the technology to low-income and other under-served areas.

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Treasury says some insurers qualify for TARP

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury said on Wednesday some life insurers have met requirements for government capital investments under an existing rescue plan, clarifying that it is not launching a new bailout for the sector.

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