Daily Archives: March 27, 2006

A roundup of immigration links

I haven’t paid enough attention to the fierce debate over immigration that’s currently brewing in the Senate, the streets, and even the schools. Since I don’t think I have any original thoughts to add at this time, let me say … Continue reading Continue reading

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From the “People who are easily annoyed” files

I have no idea what this guy is talking about. Donald Younger read last Monday’s article about the challenges faced by MetroRail operators. “I would like to say a little about the passengers and pedestrians,” he writes. “First of all, … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles | 4 Comments

Is this the end for Carol Alvarado?

The Chronicle runs a story on Carol Alvarado today that’s one part biography/career retrospective and one part political obituary. The big question: Will she ever be able to run for political office successfully again? “Even taking the best case, that … Continue reading Continue reading

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Enriching Ed

This WaPo piece is a companion to the National Journal piece whose excerpts were in TPM Muckraker that I linked to over the weekend. It’s about DeLay buddy and former Chief of Staff Ed Buckham and the money he made … Continue reading Continue reading

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Radnofsky and Harris

Barbara Radnofsky is guest-blogging again at Capitol Annex, while her campaign manager Seth puts in a few words on her behalf at Wampum. As unhappy as I was that she did not win the Senate nomination outright on Primary Day, … Continue reading Continue reading

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