- Semen wars: Last year, Colorado Democrats got rid of the tax exemption on bull semen, along with some other agricultural products, to help balance the state's budget. Now Colorado Republicans are trying to make bovine baby batter tax exempt again.
- Libya O Libya: Josh Marshall makes the pragmatic liberal case against intervention in Libya. Patton Oswalt wonders where the hell the name "Odyssey Dawn" came from. Chris Regan is pretty sure he's heard it before.
- Forecasts: Dick Morris predicts Obama will lose in 2012, all but assuring an Obama victory.
- Prop. 8: Nancy Wadsworth has a new article on the construction of coalitions for and against same-sex marriage.
- Meow: House cats are an invasive species that kill half a billion songbirds annually. And we keep feeding them and pretending they're domesticated.
- Floods and mourning: Eliza Gilkyson wrote this haunting song after the Indonesia tsunami of 2004. It became popularized during the Katrina flooding the following year. It still resonates today. Oh, and here's a photo of the Japan tsunami arriving at Emeryville, CA.
- Nukes: Good posts from Steve Greene here and here about nuclear power.
- RIP: Eddie Masket, the entertainment mogul and my first cousin once removed. Sadly, I never met the guy. He could have introduced me to Tom Selleck and Phillip Michael Thomas.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Posted by Seth Masket at 3/21/2011 01:21:00 PM