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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Stories to Watch: 12/21/10

OK, the Tumblr blog is up and running. It wasn't quite as simple as I'd imagined and it's not quite where I'd like it to be, but it'll do for now. If you use Tumblr, go ahead a give me a follow. Now here's the news...

Miss last night's winter solstice lunar eclipse?

Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse from William Castleman on Vimeo.

There, now you didn't. Hat tip to Ezra Klein.

Also from Klein: he makes the argument that the Senate's temporary funding solution defunds healthcare reform and Wall Street reform. But if you go down into the comments, user JonShields1 makes a good case for why that isn't quite right.

The census data is in and it looks reapportionment looks bad for Democrats. But that's OK, because Obama's going to use the census data to ship conservatives off to FEMA camps, right Glenn Beck and Michele Bachmann?

The Haley Barbour 2012 presidential campaign dies in its cradle.

The White House praises Jon Stewart for his help on the Zadroga 9/11 first responders' bill. But it may not have been enough -- Sen. Tom Coburn announced he's willing to help the 9/11 terrorists kill even more Americans by holding the bill up. Coburn has a twitter feed, so make sure you help him realize how much al Qaeda must appreciate his aid here.

Lindsey Graham is a horse's ass.

The FCC just sold you out. People who think you aren't shelling out enough money for internet service win big.

Finally, comedian Larry David thanks Republicans for his big tax cut.

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