William K. Wolfrum’s Morning – July 29, 2010
July 29, 2010 by William K. Wolfrum
Look on the bright side – at least the Gulf of Mexico now looks super-bitchin’ under UV lighting.
Arizona Immigration Law: A federal judge strikes down parts of Arizona’s Illegal immigration law, meaning Jan Brewer will spend more of the state’s money on lawyers. And John McCain has a sad.
Where’s the Oil?: It’s getting tougher and tougher to find oil in the Gulf of Mexico. Oh, it’s there, of course, it’s just been dispersed.
Silver Lining: At least Exxon made a massive profit this quarter.
Race to the Top: Obama touting his “Race to the Top” educational program. Texas already planning to call it a communist overthrow in their textbooks.
Crack Sentencing: Congress takes a step closer to stopping the madness when it comes to exorbitant sentencing for crack cocaine laws.
It’s Relative: We could be living in a black hole. Think about THAT.
Colors, man: Some colorful illusions.
God Particle: The Large Hadron Collider is already giving scientists a woody.
Coal companies have finally figured out how to get coal more easily – just blow off the tops of mountains.
Talking Points Memo: And we’re back to discussing Death Panels.
Citizen Cohn: Liberals can be an apathetic bunch.
Political Animal: Sure those that gave up their health to help on 9/11 are American heroes. That doesn’t mean the GOP wants to spend money on them, though.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will sign into law “Reagan Day.” So now, every Feb 6, no one is allowed to mention AIDS. To celebrate, let’s remember the time Reagan dedicated a Space Shuttle Flight to the freedom Fighters (Now called “Taliban”) of Afghanistan.