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  • Tankosphere Today: Sept. 9, 2008

    The memo in question came from Chief of Staff Bolten on May 9th (a copy is here), setting the deadline for new regs on June 1, as reported in The New York Times in “Administration Moves to Avert a Late Rules Rush”…

    When the College Board released SAT scores for the nation in late August, media outlets and state departments of education around the country were quick to report overall statewide averages…

    Britain is “quite simply running out of power” and blackouts are almost inevitable within the next few years. This is the stark warning from the head of an energy think-tank who believes power cuts could be serious enough to spark civil disorder…

    As y’all know, NTU, isn’t exactly a fan of the Bridge to Nowhere. And many of us have had some issues with its sponsors. So I can’t say that I’m disappointed…

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