Daily Links - January 3, 2012

It’s Hawkeye Caucii day, and if Ron Paul sees his shadow, we get four more weeks of annoyed breakfasts. So break out the traditional Hawkeye Caucii drinks (vodka) and hang your stockings by your laptop with care, cause it’s going to be a looong day. Meanwhile, here are some good reads from around the interwebs. Ho ho meh.


Officer a target in Occupy pepper spray | Albany Times Union

A “wanted” poster seeking information including the home address, telephone numbers and “map to home” of Officer Richard Gorleski was posted Wednesday on a Facebook page used by Occupy Albany.

Colmes apologizes for comment about son after Santorum and wife get emotional | Hot Air

Santorum’s wife, Karen, who was at the event and listened to her husband talk about the experience, began to weep. “It’s just so inappropriate,” she said as tears streamed from her eyes.

NBC Gives Platform to Professor Who Called Iowans ‘Meth Addicts’ and ‘Elderly Waiting to Die’ | Newsbusters

Geist explained how Bloom has been “in hiding” since writing a scathing article in The Atlantic attacking Iowa as, “An assortment of waste-toids and meth addicts with pale skin and rotted teeth or those who quixotically believe, like Little Orphan Annie, that the sun will come out tomorrow.”


Forbes 400’s Entire Net Worth Barely Enough to Cover a Single Debt-Ceiling Increase | BigGoverment

… even if the government were to confiscate the net worth of the entire Forbes 400 list of richest Americans–people who create hundreds of thousands of jobs, as well as spin-off jobs and businesses–their combined $1.5 trillion of wealth would barely cover the forthcoming $1.2 trillion debt-ceiling increase.

Now go forth and get caucusy!



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