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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Interpol has issued international wanted poster for the “provisional arrest” of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. According to Wired: A Red Notice is kind of international wanted poster seeking the provisional arrest of a fugitive, with an eye towards extradition to the … Continue reading
I mentioned in a comment yesterday that I’m working on an article discussing the relationship between income taxes and unemployment. Before I finish that and post it, I wanted to follow up on my previous fiscal analysis article. I got … Continue reading
It is becoming a habit. A third time, and it’ll be a tradition. Two years ago, there was a prolonged recount and legal battle over the Minnesota Senate race. This year, it is the Governor’s seat. The Senate recount was … Continue reading
Update: November 30, 10:40AM PST There’s plenty of talk about the information recently released by Wikileaks. But there’s more information there than is generally being reported. Two weeks ago, I wrote about the vulnerability of our infrastructure to cyberattacks. Do … Continue reading
That’s the suggestion of John C. Danforth, a respected Republican former Senator from Missouri and Ambassador to the U.N. during the Bush administration. Senator Danforth was responding this weekend to the news reported at Red State that Senator Richard Lugar … Continue reading