Legislating Time

Apparently the government controls time as well as reality, so goes the bipartisan bill that passed in Congress to extend Daylight Saving Time by two months. March through November, they say, to “save energy.” “The more daylight we have, the less electricity we use,” said U.S. Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), who co-sponsored the measure with […]

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My Own Private Hurricane

The hurricanes down south have been pushing thunderstorms our way. The last storm ravaged my garden and I spent all day today cleaning it up and clearing out the plants that were damaged beyond repair. Tonight at the grocery store there was a bit of telltale lightning. We were there late after dining with the […]

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Depressed over the SCOTUS Nomination?

Check out The Daily Kitten. They don’t hate America, they just want kibble.

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And More

To let you know this isn’t only bad on the reproductive rights front: AFL-CIO v. Chao (2005): This decision upheld most of the Labor Department’s punitive reporting requirements by labor unions, but could not demand such reporting from non-union organizations where unions merely elect some representatives to their boards. Roberts in dissent by himself wanted […]

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