This and that:
- UFCW talks Facebook strategy.
- Is the future of journalism in jeopardy? As long as reporters are unable to assess factual claims on their own, and make such flimsy excuses for when they’re duped, yes.
- It turns out that the 2006 candidates — Malloy, Rell, and DeStefano — would have qualified for public finance grants under the rules for the Citizen’s Election Program.
- A great look at George Wallace’s political style, and where it turns up in contemporary politics.
- If you’ve been missing the flamboyantly wacky aspects of the Family Institute circa 2006-2007, you’ll enjoy a little Gallagher.
- The link is a little old, but it’s good to remember who’s driving policy in Congress.
- The upcoming action relating to the Diebold/ESS merger will have some interesting ramifications for Connecticut as the state looks to replace its accessible voting machines – and as the existing machines begin to break down.