Enough Reading For Your Sunday

April 27, 2008 at 10:25 am 1 comment

From both Saturday & Sunday’s Times:

Things that make me angry:

Soldier Sues Army, Saying His Atheism Led to Threats. Also on CBS’ Sunday Morning this morning, but no video link on their website…

South Dakota to Revisit Restrictions on Abortion

Things that make me happy:

Outdoor ‘Living Rooms’ Bring Touches of Cheer to Central Los Angeles

Empowering by Disempowerment: How satirizing corporate doublespeak gets a promotion in a time of layoffs

Black Baseball’s Rich Legacy (I would be happier about Black Baseball if we never NEEDED separate leagues, but I love reading about the history of these brave men.)

A Place Where Indians, Now New Jerseans Thrive (About Edison, NJ)

Public Radio Tries to Reignite Its Public

If It Floats Near the City, They Want It. Read about all the crazy stuff that floats up in the New York Harbor.

Things that are sad:

Sect Children Face New World in Texas, But Still No TV. Did you know they can’t use the color red either?

Last Breakfast in Cambodia

This fits in no category:

Inequalities: Since World War II, Republicans and Democrats have presided over startlingly different economies.

Still more reading to do, but lots of homework to come first!


Entry filed under: 2008 Presidential Election, baseball, Health Care, New Jersey, New York City, New York Times, NPR, Politics, Sports.

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