Opening the Wellstone file, to have and have not for retirees, even more Juan Williams fallout, the common thread of the world, and puppies!
Archives for October 2010
When Air Force One is in the area, everything else stops.
It’s the weekend and News Cut rules dictate that the weekend features only positive and inspiring material.
There probably isn’t a newsroom in America — certainly not a public broadcasting newsroom — that isn’t having a conversation about what its journalists can say.
The skies will be mostly quiet when President Obama visits the area on Saturday.
Not all kids are leaving the family farm.
A spoof on social networking taken to the extreme.
The Juan Williams story continues to fester across Planet Public Radio.
Does a bad economy keep more kids alive, learning landlording, the face of the construction sector, verdict reached in Juan Williams case, and mysteries of the back seat.
The story of the day today seems to be NPR’s firing of Juan Williams, who exercised the poor judgment to go on Bill O’Reilly’s show last night to admit to being concerned when he sees Muslims on an airplane, but cautioned O’Reilly not to brand Muslims as terrorists.
Should a hockey fan sue over being grabbed by a player, little change likely in Minnesota congressional races, dispatches from the Department of Life’s Not Fair, mail on Mt. Everest, and Juan Williams has been fired from NPR.
This may be one of the last recordings of rapper Mike Larsen.
Seemingly irrelevant factoids that crop into news stories.
Wages are up, retail spending is up, and only commercial construction seems on the ropes.
Here’s a breakdown showing where the money goes that the top 1 percent of wage earners in the country pay in taxes.