It must be hard to report on non-facts about arbitrary arguments in Washington, but that didn’t stop one Politico reporter from giving it the old college try. Still, the following story is riddled with silliness:
With Cornell University’s new New York State demographic factbook just recently released, I’m sure that we’ll find lots and lots of discussion on our changing population. Some new, some merely confirming long-held beliefs. But in my first pass at this … Continue reading
Bizjournals.com is reporting this afternoon that “Online job listings up locally, nationally.” That’s great, but what does that mean? The report offers no hint as to the quality of the listings nor the means by which they are included:
Christian Science Monitor has an article up on their online edition featuring the top nine priorities for planetary exploration as expressed by the National Research Council. Perhaps the National Research Council should have cross-checked with the bean counters at NASA … Continue reading
Oh, I’m sure I’m oversimplifying. Heaven forfend.
But that seems to be the largest news-maker across the country: how to lay more people off. Governor Cuomo’s latest proposal seems to be getting positive reviews from the AFL-CIO of New York. … Continue reading