Sunday, April 29, 2012

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McManus: Mitt Romney stays put
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McManus: Mitt Romney stays put
He hopes to win the White House by doubling down on small-government conservatism.
 
 
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Man Shot In Theater District Served In Afghanistan

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Fading memories at Florence and Normandie
By Esmeralda Bermudez, Los Angeles Times
Twenty years ago, the intersection was ground zero. Many of the neighbors are gone, and those who remain are tired of harping on the past. 'This is a different place now,' says a liquor store owner, pointing to the graffiti-free walls outside. But history is a tough thing to escape.
 
Lawyer in Afghan murder case hopes to put the war on trial
John Henry Browne is defending Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, charged with murdering 17 civilians. The lawyer, whose clients have included Ted Bundy, says he is driven to get the system to work for Bales.
 
Upscale restaurants are dressing down
To attract younger people, fine restaurants dispense with pristine, quiet formality, revamp their menus, update their decor and extend their hours.
 
Many in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood wary of plunge into politics
Members fear that Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, long oppressed but also respected, will gain power but lose its soul.
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3 crew members die as yacht apparently hits larger vessel
 
LAPD 'doggy park' is a bright green spot in a concrete world
 
Expo Line opens variety of possibilities for riders
 
Granada Hills wins Academic Decathlon with record-breaking score
 
 
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Predator drones have yet to prove their worth on border
 
After sensational start to John Edwards trial, an uphill push for prosecutors
 
French village embraces an extremist
 
 
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Pelican Products proves as durable as the storage cases it makes  
Actress Meg Ryan lists Bel-Air house for $11.4 million
Ed Kushins' home exchange firm began as a hobby  
Full FCC report on Google Street View reveals new details
 
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Hollywood Headlines: A crazy week in review
Blunt approach to film? Be real
'Dark Knight Rises': Christopher Nolan's masked ambitions
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Kyle Busch a winner again at Richmond
 
Lakers expect big things in playoffs
 
 
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'Weapons of persuasion' from Robert Cialdini
 
Southwest Museum / Eldred stairs
 
 
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No on Prop. 29
 
Kinsley: For whom the bridge tolls
 
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Saturday, April 28, 2012

START ME UP (I'll never stop!)

THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE (Wisconsin Style)

We're working on a new way of networking that we plan to have in place by Tuesday in order to properly celebrate May Day.  Meanwhile we'll be lying low for a couple days in order to set things up properly. All blogs will be posted as scheduled, but I won't be linking to ouside apps like Facebook and Twitter except through the share buttons that are underneath each post. From now on you're going to have to keep your eyes peeled. 8)

The 'FUCKING' Point (No, Really) - Weekly Teaser

Higher Minimum Wage Is Actually Conservative

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Another city, not our own
By Patt Morrison, Los Angeles Times
To live in Los Angeles during the riots was like waking up and seeing your own room through a distorting lens. Now L.A. has changed. We build and tear down and rebuild and glory in the forgetting.
 
Wedge issues may boost Obama's prospects
Obama and Democrats appear to be using immigration and contraception to try to pry away voters from the other camp, similar to wedge issues that past Republican presidential candidates have employed.
 
Kindle Fire has strong lead in Android-based tablet market
At the end of February, Amazon's Fire accounted for 54.4% of tablets in the U.S. that run Google's Android software, up from 29.4% in December, ComScore says. The iPad is the overall market leader.
 
U.S. signals major shift on Iran nuclear program
The Obama administration might support letting Iran continue enriching uranium up to 5% purity if it agrees to other U.N. restrictions.
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Asian identity crisis fades to worries of everyday life
 
 
Adrenaline faded; sadness lingers
 
Expo Line backers hope the Westside is ready to come aboard
 
 
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Romney pounces on Obama's economic policies
 
Republicans seek to hold attorney general in contempt over Fast and Furious
 
Greece, amid debt crisis, is limping toward London Olympics
 
 
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Silicon Valley finding Washington regulators uncomfortably close  
Lehman Bros. pay report brings calls for reform
Hollywood bets heavily on razzle-dazzle action and effects  
GDP: U.S. economy expands at lackluster 2.2% rate in 1st quarter
 
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Hollywood Headlines: A crazy week in review
Blunt approach to film? Be real
'Dark Knight Rises': Christopher Nolan's masked ambitions
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NBA playoffs: First-round previews
 
Missy Franklin, at 16, braces for uncharted waters
 
 
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Kinsley: For whom the bridge tolls
 
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