The Patriot Act provision extensions, Rand Paul’s proposed amendments to the Patriot Act, and the main-stream media’s coverage of it all. The Trade Adjustment Assistance Program. Egypt reopens its border with Gaza. And more.
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On my radar so far this week: The renewal of the Patriot Act — what does it mean for you? What is the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program and why is it holding up free trade agreements? The latest developments in Egypt. Rudy Giuliani 2012, and more. Suggest other topics that are on your mind here.
One year ago today I started this, my first blog, with this post.
Since then I’ve written 67 more, the top five of which (besides “Home page” and “About”), in terms of page views, are:
Liberals’ Ten Commandments (Post-9/11)
Further Arguments Against the NYC Mosque
Why I Won’t Vote For Ron Paul
What Democracy — i.e. mob rule — in Egypt might look like
I’ve also added a weekly podcast, and I’ve already got thirteen of those recorded and available on iTunes. (See link at the right side of the page.)
Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to drop by and read, tune in, and comment over the last year. I’m looking forward to many more.