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Saturday News Roundup

  News Roundup It is kind of creepy that a landing gear from the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center was found yesterday. One of the things that I find very interesting about our society is how myths continue to be perpetuated. One of my favorite myths is the notion that the United States government should balance its budget “because” it is just like your household budget. Absolute craziness. There are almost no similarities between the federal budget and our household budget. I know of no household able to set its own interest rates. I know of no household

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I’m shocked – the USS Limbaugh is clearly taking on water (Update)

Yesterday when I wrote about advertisers leaving Rush Limbaugh, I really thought the tide had settled. I’m happy to say that I was 100% wrong. The tide seems to be turning into an avalanche. JCPenney, Capital One, Netflix, Matrix Direct, John Deere, Stamps.com, Consolidated Credit and many more have decided that Rush Limbaugh does not really represent them and they would rather advertise somewhere else. To date, 36 advertisers¬†45 advertisers have canceled their ads on the Rush Limbaugh show. (Add to the list of those who have left Limbaugh – Cunningham Security, RSVP Discount Beverage, Regal Assets and Norway Savings Bank.)

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Wednesday morning roundup

I just saw Hangover 2. Seriously, why didn’t I just read a couple of reviews before going to see this huge waste of time? My favorite film critic of all-time said, “If you saw that earlier film (which grossed $485 million, so you may have), there’s not much need for me to describe the plot this time. It’s the same story.” Why didn’t I read his review and simply watch the original Hangover which was funny and original? The story of guys screwing up a bachelor party isn’t original, but the story was told in an entertaining and interesting way, the

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Errington C. Thompson, MD

Dr. Thompson is a surgeon, scholar, full-time sports fan and part-time political activist. He is active in a number of community projects and initiatives. Through medicine, he strives to improve the physical health of all he treats.

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A Letter to America

The Thirteeneth Juror

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