Daily Archives: November 30, 2010

This Just In: Interpol Issues Warrant for Wikileaks Founder

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

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Keynes Redux

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

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Another Election, Another Recount

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

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It’s Worse than You Think

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

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