Monthly Archives: September 2010

Did I Mention Something About the Foreclosure Foulups?

Why, yes, I did. This strikes at the heart of property law, a law those who run corporations believed they didn’t have to honor.
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Posted in Bidness, Big Shitpile, Housing

Learning from Real Educational Reform

Curricular reform: it’s not neo-liberal policy, but, in Brockton anyway, it’s what worked.
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Posted in Education, Massachusetts | 2 Comments

Links 9/29/10

Big ball of fire in sky. Is it the sun?
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Posted in Lotsa Links

Cramdown and Why We Need Managed Default

We’re going to ‘deleverage’, the question is, will it be a controlled or crash landing?
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Posted in Big Shitpile, Housing | 3 Comments

We Have STEM Subcrises, Not a National Crisis

If we don’t recognize the exact nature of the problem–along with our successes–we will fail fix the problems that do exist, or, even worse, break things that work.
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Posted in Education, Propaganda | 6 Comments

Links 9/28/10

Links for you.
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Posted in Lotsa Links

Why Are We Duplicating Genome Efforts?

MOAR TAZMAINEEYUM DEVILZ! NAO!
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Posted in Bidness, Genomics | 5 Comments

Neo-Liberal Class War Reaches the… Library? (Now Can I Have My Pitchfork?)

Why would a successful, well-liked library system like the one described in The Times article feel the need to privatize?
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Posted in Libraries | 8 Comments

Links 9/27/10

A cruddy, rainy Monday. Let’s brighten things up with some links.
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Posted in Lotsa Links

When Hippies Punch Back

“Liberals and bloggers feel like we’re the girl you take under the bleachers but won’t be seen with in the light of day.”
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Posted in Democrats, Framing | 4 Comments