This morning, I went to the DMV to renew my driver’s license. It took forever. As a non-citizen, I am required to present my passport and my I-94 (immigration) card. I did that, as required. I was held up for over 2 hours because, according to the database, I was registered as a citizen of […]
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Cases like this: Innocence Project client Steven Barnes was released from prison Tuesday morning, nearly two decades after he was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder in Oneida County. New DNA test results support Barnes’ longstanding claim of innocence in the 1985 rape and murder of a high school student for which he was convicted […]
Since John “tagged” me for this whole 6 Random Things About Me meme, I feel I should respond. So here it goes – brutal honestly follows. 1. I have an obsession with counting things. This is probably the most annoying thing in my life. For example, I know exactly how many steps it takes to […]
Linked by Drudge – no surprise there – a story about Obama’s new presidential limousine: The Obamobile being prepared for the president-elect is said to be a monster gas-guzzler made by General Motors, the troubled car giant. It will look like a black Cadillac but is built like a tank. A spy photographer who tracks […]
Turns out, societies that have more non-believers murder and rape each other on a much lower level than we here in America: In his new book, Society Without God, Phil Zuckerman looks at the Danes and the Swedes—probably the most godless people on Earth. They don’t go to church or pray in the privacy of […]
Hillary Clinton has accepted the Secretary of State position. Gut feeling? That doesn’t seem like the best place for her to me. But I will trust Obama on the nomination. One place I don’t quite trust him is on the rumored appointment of John Brennan, torture enabler, to head the CIA. Big mistake, in my […]
Here’s a list of possible picks. Unless Scalia surprises and retires during Obama’s tenure, I don’t think the court will likely change much. (via Tapped)