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As Election Day looms, the Democrats are predictably trying to maximize the circumstancial advantage of the economic crisis; what I mean by “predictably” is the less-than-surprising fact that McCain’s involvement in the “Keating five” scandal of 1989 has been reheated, … Continue reading
In a way it’s reassuring that the 2nd most popular item yesterday on Propeller was a blogpost about beautiful (indeed they are) autumn pictures from Switzerland. Apart from that, business is as usual on the social news sites; headlines after … Continue reading
Once again without much commentary: the leatest leading headlines from Digg, Reddit, Newsvine and Propeller. The rejected bailout-bill captured most of the readers’ attention, it seems.
After the hectic leadup to last Friday’s debate of the presidential candidates, the exchange itself proved – well, I think the best word is – ordinary. Here is a transcript (courtesy of CNN); if I get ’round to it, I … Continue reading
…this time with no comment at all, just in a field-note-for-myself style.
The breaking news of the day is that McCain proposed to postpone Friday’s TV-debate (the first out of four scheduled for this campaign), so that he “would be able to focus on the economy” instead of campaign matters. The news … Continue reading
“Bailout” is definitely becoming the word of the week; and Propeller keeps on offering a, well, interestingly different selection from the news crop. Here are the latest headlines from the social news sites.