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moreleftthannot:

I have yet to hear it explained more succinctly.

moreleftthannot:

I have yet to hear it explained more succinctly.

(via thewinstonisin)


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I Can’t Even

The Kentucky State Legislature was discussing the new EPA rules. This is what the honorable Sen. Brandon Smith, R-Hazard, had to say:

“As you (Energy & Environment Cabinet official) sit there in your chair with your data, we sit up here in ours with our data and our constituents and stuff behind us. I don’t want to get into the debate about climate change, but I will simply point out that I think in academia we all agree that the temperature on Mars is exactly as it is here. Nobody will dispute that. Yet there are no coal mines on Mars. There are no factories on Mars that I’m aware of.”

I am not making this up.


Jul 7
Just a reminder…

Just a reminder…


Jul 5

Jul 3
By Steve Benen, for the Maddow blog.
"The unemployment rate has now dropped to 6.1%, its lowest point since September 2008, nearly six years ago. The rate has dropped more than a full point since last fall, and is down nearly four full points since its Great Recession high of 10%."Sometimes the unemployment rate will go up for encouraging reasons – people re-enter the job market once it improves, increasing the number of folks looking for work, which may look statistically like bad news even though it’s good news. Conversely, sometimes the jobless rate will drop for discouraging reasons – people give up on a job market and no longer count towards the overall figure."That said, today’s good news is, well, actual good news. The unemployment rate dropped because job creation was strong, even as the labor force grew. This is, in other words, how people rooting for the economy want to see the jobless rate drop."

By Steve Benen, for the Maddow blog.

"The unemployment rate has now dropped to 6.1%, its lowest point since September 2008, nearly six years ago. The rate has dropped more than a full point since last fall, and is down nearly four full points since its Great Recession high of 10%.

"Sometimes the unemployment rate will go up for encouraging reasons – people re-enter the job market once it improves, increasing the number of folks looking for work, which may look statistically like bad news even though it’s good news. Conversely, sometimes the jobless rate will drop for discouraging reasons – people give up on a job market and no longer count towards the overall figure.

"That said, today’s good news is, well, actual good news. The unemployment rate dropped because job creation was strong, even as the labor force grew. This is, in other words, how people rooting for the economy want to see the jobless rate drop."






Jul 2

One way to put it

"[W]hat women do with their bodies (yes, including having sex), shouldn’t be up to a craft store to decide."

From addictinginfo.org.


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