“Some people might think it’s a betrayal. I think that we all hope it’s the first small step until something better.”
According to the analysis, people in counties that voted for Trump would see $6.6 billion in annual tax cuts, while people living in counties that supported Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton would get a tax break of $21.9 billion.
This is what democracy looks like.
Gitmo has its own magazine. And it’s nice, too! ““After dining on the multiple food vendors, and competing in the multitudes of events, the event wrapped up as a storm was blowing in, bringing an end to a fun and laughter filled Day at the Bay”
A local church that has been hosting naked paint parties and slumber-party Sundays with the “sexiest ladies on the beach” will now have to pay taxes on the property as officers investigate the church’s practices, authorities said Tuesday.
Matt Novak at Paleofuture has a great article on repeated failed predictions about peak oil, dating back over one-hundred years.
This is the real mission patch for a rocket carrying spy satellites heading into space today.
In Springfield, Missouri, the “Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan” have begun distributing fliers as part of a “neighborhood watch” program.
Ross Wolfe’s blog has an excellent post featuring some early Soviet board games.
Five years ago today, Boing Boing published a link to this great (as in crazy) comic book published by then Oklahoma County Commissioner Brent Rinehart, “facing a tough reelection campaign.”