Monthly Archives: April 2015

It really is that bad

On “Tax Day” last week, the Associated Press published a report entitled “5 things to know about Tax Day: For most, it’s not that bad.” As the title might suggest, it’s kind of an odd mix of fact and opinion. … Continue reading

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New digs

While Blogger has served my modest blogging needs fairly well since August of 2004, I’ve grown increasingly frustrated with some formatting issues that keep cropping up and are difficult to fix. Today I made the decision to migrate Mental Hiccups … Continue reading

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Another false sexual abuse accusation

FAYETTEVILLE, AR (KNWA) – Police arrested 20-year-old Lindsey Sweetin Thursday for filing a false police report about a sexual assault she originally said happened in the Harmon Parking garage on the University of Arkansas campus. According to a police report, … Continue reading

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Put it on paper; make it public

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Iran and and six world powers have agreed on the outlines of an understanding that would open the path to a final phase of nuclear negotiations but are in a dispute over how much to make … Continue reading

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Harry Reid and what’s wrong with Washington

Andrew Johnson, writing at The Corner: Harry Reid (D., Nev.) appears to have believed that the ends justified the means when he used the Senate chamber to level unsubstantiated accusations against the Koch brothers and former Republican presidential candidate Mitt … Continue reading

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