SHADES OF TED STEVENS? Byron York: An unusual turn in the Michael Flynn case. New judge. Delayed sentencing. Mueller ordered to produce evidence. Talks about “sensitive material.”
Read more from Breakthrough Journal, No. 8 Featuring pieces by Charles Mann, Steven Pinker, Varun Sivaram, Jonathan Symons, Tisha Schuller, Jenny Splitter, and Ted Nordhaus.
Solo says the federation is in violation of the Ted Stevens Olympic Amateur Sports Act
Bitcoin, Ted Nelson, Constraint Modeling, and NLP Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble (Steven Johnson) -- a fine exegesis of the thesis that blockchain tech is a return to the open-to-innovation protocols of the early days of the internet. Right...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Coming on the heels of Darkest Hour is another biopic of note. Both Paul and I reported a while ago that there was a movie in the works on Ted Kennedy’s infamous incident at Chappaquiddick in 1969. In September I had...Show More Summary
Steven Wise and his Nonhuman Rights Project are back with another animal rights suit, this time claiming to represent elephants against small Connecticut zoo [Ted Folkman, Wesley Smith] Thomas Hemphill reviews Philip Hamburger mini-volume...Show More Summary
Rep. Louis Gohmert got so wound up into so many James Comey conspiracy theories which morphed into a case against former Senator Ted Stevens, it made Varney get so lost, he ended the segment. "I'm totally lost. My head is totally spinning. Show More Summary
Steven Colbert spent his Monday night monologue praising Donald Trump Jr. for stepping up to contradict his dad. The popular host of “The Late Show” on CBS has been frequently making news for his no-holds-barred approach to covering the administration of President Donald Trump....
Steven Soderbergh is back to bless us with a redneck heist flick. Read more...
Steven Levy praises TED to the heavens: Not every talk is one for the ages, but the TED News Feed is in sync with Ezra Pound’s insufficiently famous quote that “literature is news that stays news.” In TED’s world, at … Continue reading ?
(Steven Hayward) Wanna drive the left out of its mind? Just invite Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and their girlfriends to the Oval Office, and then release the pic: The sit back and let liberals throw a snit: Really? Less dignified than what Bill Clinton did in the Oval Office? Less dignified than this: Or this?
Steven Kasher Gallery presents Ted Russell: Bob Dylan NYC 1961-1964, an exhibition of exceptionally early photographs of the 2016 Nobel Laureate in Literature. Russell, a New York based photographer still living in Forest Hills, depicts Dylan at key moments that established him as one of America?s greatest artists. Show More Summary
What is it about Senators and their awful internet analogies around net neutrality? It's been just over a decade since the late Senator Ted Stevens gave his infamous "series of tubes" analogy in which he tried to explain the internet and net neutrality. Show More Summary
If you need to send a file from point A to point B, it’s email – not DropBox or Google Drive – that you tend to use. But this isn’t great for large files. As Senator Ted Stevens once pointed out, the Internet is a series of tubes, and most providers have rules to stop you from them clogging up. Show More Summary
EIGHT YEARS AGO ON INSTAPUNDIT: HMM: Justice Department Lawyers Held in Contempt: “An angry federal judge held Justice Department lawyers in contempt yesterday for failing to deliver documents to former senator Ted Stevens’s legal team, as he had ordered.... ‘Isn’t the Department of Justice taking court orders seriously these days?'” I am, […]
Last month Politico reported that Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin’s bank “filed to take a 90-year-old woman’s house after a 27-cent payment error.” Ted Frank writes that four minutes of fact checking would have shown the story wrong. Show More Summary
WELL, THEY GOT MCAULIFFE IN, SO MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: DOJ decides not to retry former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell. So we have Ted Stevens, Tom Delay, Rick Perry, Scott Walker, and this... and the GOP does nothing.
Several years ago, Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska was criminally indicted on corruption charges but managed to slip by a conviction on what many consider a technicality. The case against him produced much debate about whether or not government lawyers were being properly trained in their ethical duties of disclosure.......
You would think these Marxists would learn to never ‘poke a displeased Ted Cruz’ as Steven Crowder so eloquently put it. But no… an arrogant Jeh Johnson tried to disparage
We are in our twelfth year of service to the all powerful High Lord of the Intertubes, or as the former Republican Senator from Alaska, Ted Stevens coined, "a series of tubes" and we'd like to continue doing so, but we need your help...Show More Summary