Browns Ferry Nuclear Reactor Worst In Nation: “Despite the need for improvements, he said, safety was never compromised in a way that would threaten employees or nearby communities.” Bet they said that in Japan, too. Guys, let’s fix these problems,
Sax solos out of style? When did that happen? At least they seem to be coming back in vogue. So I guess my 20 year plus trip off planet Pop Music now is negated. Right? Uh, right??
The final edition of the New York Times.
Slate: The Republican Party, “where magical thinking trumps rationality, and even to acknowledge basic realities about the world we live in runs the risk of damaging one’s political future.”
Is Tennessee’s new “Special Access to Discriminate” law unconstitutional? While I’d like to think so, there are arguments both ways. UPDATE: Sure enough, it looks like there will be a legal challenge to this odious new law.
“It was stupid of me. I was a dumbass.” I love this guy (not). He gets soused at the bar, tells a passel of lies to try to pick up the girl next to him, and then — if that’s
Knoxville News-Sentinel: “Haslam touted tort reform as a jobs initiative, arguing that companies were reluctant to come to the Volunteer State because they might have to pay damages if found at fault in civil litigation. There was scant evidence that
Let’s be careful out there: One in 14 Downloads is Malicious.
Call her “Your Honor:” Tammy Harrington selected as new Blount County Circuit Court Judge.
Tort “reform:” Legislation by anecdote — “What I think you are hearing today, is, we’re legislating by anecdote. ‘I once knew of somebody who was sued for this amount, for this reason.’ Legislating by anecdote. That’s not a good way