News Cycle Roundup: 4/14/2009
Good Tuesday morning to all. Some very interesting developments across the nation today involving Cuba, sexting, San Francisco-European-NY values...and we begin in Texas, a state I've been considering moving to...if I can:
Leading Drudge today, it looks like Texas is mad as hell at Washington telling it what to do, but it still needs the federal money..
Vermont wants to legalize sexting for kids . One can assume that all the other pressing issues in the State are pretty much wrapped up.
Reason's Greg Beato sighs at the War on the "sagging pants" of kids.
Clarence Thomas speaks (!) with some kids about his unease with all this focus on "rights," and prefers "Obligations and repsonsibilities."
Kos, on a poll: Do these words scare you? New York. San Francisco. Europe. France. Well, unless you live down South , probably not.
Megan McArdle: Look, this is why health care costs what it does.
Marc Ambinder: And this is why Republicans should support a form of UHC.
Moe Lane Tiptoes around the implicit support of the fall of the Cuba embargo.
Warren Buffet gets behind an electric car (developed in the Far East).
The Minnesota Senate race is still going on as Franken is re-delcared the winner , pending Coleman's upcoming appeal.
and we're apparently happy about our economic future again ....