John Sexton

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San Francisco Activists File Lawsuit Against 'Google Buses'

Buses are usually favored by progressives as a means of green, efficient transportation. In San Francisco, stopping some private buses has become the goal of a new lawsuit filed by a coalition of progressive activists. May 3, 2014 8:28 AM PT

NY Times Describes Abuse of Protesters in Venezuela

The New York Times published a story Sunday which makes clear that protesters in Venezuela have been suffering tremendous abuse at the hands of the country's police and soldiers. The crackdown is so severe that even some allies of President Maduro are calling on him to tone it down. May 2, 2014 4:26 PM PT

About that 67% Obamacare Payment Rate

The 67% claim surprised a lot of people because, for several months, we've been hearing that the payment rate was closer to 80-85 percent. Could it really be that much worse than expected? How did this happen? May 1, 2014 2:52 PM PT

Home Ownership Drops to 19-Year Low

Home ownership in the U.S. hit a peak in 2005 and began a long slide in 2007 leading into the recession. Currently home ownership is at the lowest rate in 19 years. May 1, 2014 12:45 PM PT

Benghazi Memo Remarkably Similar to Jay Carney's 9/14 Briefing Notes

On the morning of September 14th, Jay Carney gave a press briefing in which he addressed the attack in Benghazi at length. There is good reason to think the memo used to prepare Amb. Rice for her television appearances was based substantially on Carney's briefing notes for that morning. Apr 30, 2014 3:13 PM PT

Bill Joel Tells Howard Stern He Did Heroin--Once

Billy Joel celebrated his 65th birthday with a Q & A session moderated by Howard Stern and sidekick Robin Quivers. The event, which comes a week before Joel's actual birthday, included a few guests (about 100) and some celebrity performers singing Joel's songs. Apr 30, 2014 4:53 AM PT

FCC Announces New Net Neutrality Rules

The Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is proposing new rules which would allow Internet Service Providers to charge higher rates for services that use more resources. This has created a fresh battle in the debate over net neutrality. Apr 28, 2014 5:53 PM PT

Obamacare's Backend Still Missing, Deadline Uncertain was supposed to do more than just sign people up for insurance. It was also supposed to manage subsidy payments to insurers on the back-end of the site. But with the first enrollment period closed, that part of the site is still months from being ready. Apr 28, 2014 11:18 AM PT

California Farm Workers Continue Fight to Decertify UFW as Their Union

California's Agricultural Labor Relations Board was created in 1975 to insure farm workers had the right to unionize and choose their own representatives. Now the same board appears to be slow-walking attempts by farm workers to get rid of a union they don't want. Apr 26, 2014 9:16 AM PT


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