Posts Tagged ‘Pat Quinn’
Hey Justice Roberts, you kiss your mama with that mouth?
NPR reports the highest court in the land hears another FCC indecency/censorship case. I bet this would all go away if one of the justices let loose with a couple choice words.
Illinois ~ Gov Quinn prepares to sign the earned income tax credit bill.
Occupy LA is no more after police attacked in the night and arrested around 200.
NPR reports around 1400 LA Police officers raided the Occupy LA camp last night, arresting 200 in an overwhelming show of force.
Illinois~ A pension bill is on Gov Quinn’s desk.
the morning cram [there’s what’s right and there’s what’s right and never the twain shall meet edition]
It seems nobody told Mitt flip-fops in winter are faux pas.
NPR reports Romney’s position on abortion has been hard to pin down over the years, however the candidate’s supporters say only his emphasis changed.
Kentucky~ The McCracken County Fiscal Court chooses not to fund an investigation into Community Center embezzlement. McCracken County stops funding for the Humane Society. Synthetic Marijuana is now illegal in McCracken County. It’s getting chilly- be careful out there!The governor says forget cutting down a Christmas tree, just use the one in the yard.
Illinois~ Tax breaks are making their way through the legislature.
Stuxnet, the cybersuperweapon, a headache for security experts everywhere.
NPR reports one year after its existence was made public, the Stuxnet supervirus continues to rattle security experts around the world. (Stuxnet…Skynet…am I the only one who is worried.)
Tennessee~ Slips a bit in business friendly rankings.
Student loan debt will follow some college students for the rest of their lives.
NPR reports the student loan debt for the average US college student is around $24,000. But for some, the burden is much larger than that. (I’d hate to be one of those students…oh wait)
Illinois~ Schools need more money.
In the battle of GOP candidates last night, Romney and Perry stood out, and Romney stood tall.
NPR reports that during last night’s GOP debate in Orlando, Florida, Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney may have taken over as the front runner, delivering a blow to Tex. Gov. Rick Perry.
Illinois~ Farms can get federal money.
Tennessee~ The Arts Commish is retiring.