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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Stories to Watch: 9/26/10

I heard this rerun (can you use "rerun" as a verb?) on the radio yesterday. NPR's Radiolab looks into some examples of mistakes and finds a doozy. It's the story about the college experiment in anti-brainwashing training that caught my attention. Luckily, it's the first one after the intro about funny typos.

Mad scientists are real. My mind may be permanently bent. Now here's the news...

Bill Kristol continues to be astoundingly wrong about everything. War with Iran? You bet!

An important point being missed in the debate: Bush's tax giveaway to the wealthy hasn't done jack for the economy.

After being up 15 in a previous poll, new polling puts Rand Paul and Jack Conway in a statistical dead heat for Kentucky's Senate race.

Orange-American John Boehner loves him some earmarks. Also, while we're on the subject of the would-be House speaker, I'm shocked to find myself in partial agreement with him. Although there's still hope that he can be handed the defeat he's clearly begging for on Bush's tax giveaway.

Wow. It may be that an Arizona sheriff's deputy shot himself to fan the flames of the state's anti-immigration panic. If it turns out to be true, that's pretty hardcore. These people are insane.

Finally, Saturday Night Live catches O'Donnell fever.

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