Jonathan Chait correctly interprets this screen shot: Everything you need to know about Fox News is captured in this screenshot: the American flags, the fear-mongering image in the upper-right corner, the blond anchor with a facial expression that somehow combines
UT College of Law: best bang for the buck. Way to go, Glenn!
Lockett gets one year’s probation: This is a sad and infuriating story. Bill Lockett, by most accounts a decent guy and a good lawyer, one day decided to start taking fees from his clients, not give it to the law
LaFollette teen killed by train: See, iPods are dangerous.
Following up on the Nazi march in Knoxville, from the Knoxville News-Sentinel, August 17, 2010:
Instapundit posts to a Reason article about a San Francisco lawyer who is criticized for aggressively going after businesses that fail to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Unfortunately, the Reason article spews the same nonsense as other outfits
Very sad news. Kenny Edwards, an unsung giant of the California country-rock genre, died Wednesday. I got to meet him in 1996 when he was playing with Bryndle, a band he, Andrew Gold, Wendy Waldman and Karla Bonoff started out
209 markets in this country now broadcast their local news in high definition format. But not one station in Knoxville. Considering that I bought a nice quality HD video camera a year and a half ago, I’d like to know
Jazz Time Capsule: Bill Savory’s legendary transcriptions of 1930s jazz radio broadcasts have finally gotten into the hands of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem. They’re cleaning up the sometimes badly deteriorated aluminum and acetate discs. What’s neat about this
Nazis march in Knoxville, outnumbered by anti-protesters 5 to 1. Two of the nazis were arrested for carrying weapons with intent to go armed. I sure hope the NRA doesn’t try to defend these bozos. This photo kind of says