Thursday, November 13, 2008

thursday reads

Bill Bradley in Vanity Fair: Why Is the National Press Ignoring Small-Town Racism?

On the $700 billion bailout - "It's a mess," said Eric M. Thorson, the Treasury Department's inspector general, who has been working to oversee the bailout program until the newly created position of special inspector general is filled. "I don't think anyone understands right now how we're going to do proper oversight of this thing."

Mark Begich pulls ahead of convicted felon Sen. Ted Stevens in Alaska vote count.

The Libby Pardon Countdown

Daily Kos diarist gjohnsit: Two signs that something is seriously wrong

U.S. Jobless Claims Reach Seven-Year High

Thomas Friedman to resign

No comments: