ATLA reports that, in a new book entitled “The Medical Malpractice Myth,”Tom Baker, Connecticut Mutual Professor of Law and director of the Insurance Center at the University of Connecticut, uses empirical evidence to dismantle the myths that permeate the national
President Bush: He talks the talk, but he don’t walk the walk.
Instapundit has posted to Tim Blair’s disparagement of Howard Stern. Contrary to Tim Blair’s bald assertion, Sirius Satellite Radio had about 600,000 subscribers when Howard announced his move. The tally stands now at 4,000,000. Howard’s take: It’s a big universe.
Disney’s Mission to Mars [at EPCOT] was quite a ride, although I think the kids enjoy it more. All the adults in my group were somewhat more than vaguely nauseous when it was over. I now thank the stars [pun
ATLA is responding to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce smear campaign with a full page ad in USA Today. UPDATE: Here is the Harris Poll the ad is responding to. ATLA’s in-depth response to the poll is as follows: On
Well, Knoxville hits the big time. All these stories on immigration demonstrations around the country have hit our fair city, too. An excerpt: Most of those in attendance wore red or white shirts with the words, in Spanish and English,
Michael Barone bemoans the alleged fact that 90% of the news media is of the Democratic persuasion. I say, so what? Consider: * Does being a Democrat mean one can’t report the news objectively?* If the Democrats had Big Media
How this woman got on Al-Jazeera is beyond me. She gives better than she gives, though. Take a look quickly, because I’ll bet the link doesn’t stay active for long.