Daily Archives: May 17, 2009

Weekend link dump for May 17

Clearly, I miss out by not reading “Slylock Fox” every Sunday. While I’m somewhat relieved to learn that John Edwards’ staffers had a plan to scuttle his nomination in the event it was needed, I’m thinking that maybe they should … Continue reading

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More on Gene Green and climate change

Here’s a followup story on the eventually successful negotiations among members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee on the cap-and-trade bill. Climate change legislation moving through Congress would give refiners free permits to emit greenhouse gases under a compromise … Continue reading

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Threatened by opera

I don’t normally think of opera as being particularly controversial or threatening, at least not in this day and age, but apparently it can be. The organizers of the second annual Opera Vista Festival suspected one of their featured operas … Continue reading

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Grading the Houston Mayoral campaign websites

David Ortez casts a critical eye at the campaign websites of the Mayoral hopefuls, and grades them out on things like design, content, and social networking. It’s an interesting exercise, and one for which an aesthetic imbecile such as myself … Continue reading

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