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  • Mystery over Bridgeport arrests: Molotov cocktails or brewing equipment?

    Mystery over Bridgeport arrests: Molotov cocktails or brewing equipment?
    As the NATO summit approached, Chicago police Friday continued to hold several people suspected of making Molotov cocktails but would say nothing about the arrests, adding to a growing mystery over the nature of the investigation.
  • Ed Page On Facebook: What Did Occupy New Haven Protesters Accomplish, If Anything?

    The following is an abridged version of a discussion on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/edpagecourant. Ed Page: City officials finally won their battle to clear the green of Occupy New Haven. The occupiers say the 99% has just begun to fight: Brave...

    Karl Marx, Harper Lee sold big in 2011

    Karl Marx, Harper Lee sold big in 2011
    Used book-selling website AbeBooks' biggest sale in 2011 was of Karl Marx's "Das Kapital," the three-volume first edition published by Otto Meissner in 1867. Ironically, someone paid $51,739 for the seminal critique of capitalism. The second-highest sale...

    A judgmental Randy Newman likes what he sees

    A judgmental Randy Newman likes what he sees
    In his songs, Randy Newman has invented enough characters to stock a season's worth of Broadway musicals. Regretful lovers. Scared school boys. Unreconstructed rednecks. Blissfully smug Angelenos. An oddly contemporary Karl Marx. And, of course, short...

    'The 10 Best Rightblogger Rants of 2010'

     
    From the Village Voice. includes... 9. The Libertarian Case Against Public Roads. 7. "In what ways, then, were American women in 1880 less free than men?" 3. An illusration from a post on school textbook battles. That's Obama and Karl...