Archive for July 2008
A judge has ruled that Sprint’s early-termination fees are illegal in California. More here.
Billmon was long one of the most thoughtful and interesting bloggers around—his blog, Whiskey Bar, included a line from The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Brecht and Weil) as its epigraph and the posts there were always worth reading. However, Whiskey Bar has long been shuttered. But now Billmon appears anew—at least for one post. Click and read.
As you might guess, I use Google Reader to track quite a few sites. Some sites I always enjoy viewing, though I don’t always link to. But if you’re using a reader, let me recommend that you add The Dynasty of Dr. Lao to the sites you check. He always seems to have something of interest.
The NRSC put together a commercial that’s supposed to scare the bejesus out of everyone at the thought of EFCA (the Employee Free Choice Act) passing under an Obama administration, but I couldn’t have made a better one myself. The prospect should be exciting for everyone who considers themselves a progressive.
Click the link to see the commercial and to read more.