– The National Journal fact checks and compares Obamacare and Romneycare.
– Hysterical. Jeopardy contestants can’t identify Rachel Maddow:
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Obviously they, along with most of the country, don’t watch MSNBC.
– Newt Gingrich isn’t the only thing Marianne Gingrich helped to propel to #1 last week.
The social network Twitter is facing a storm of criticism from users, after revealing that it has implemented a system that would let it withhold particular tweets from specific countries.
The company has insisted that it will not use the gagging system in a blanket fashion, but would apply it on a case-by-case basis, as already happens when governments or organisations complain about individual tweets.
The new system, which can filter tweets on a country-by-country basis and has already been incorporated into the site’s output, will not change Twitter’s approach to freedom of expression, sources there indicated.
– Washington City Paper notes the obvious and asks: Where are the women and non-white media critics? The problem? They rattle off a list of known progressive white male critics. When you look at only super far left progressives wherein diversity is a rhetorical device rather than observed practice, of course you’d wonder.
– The bizarre life and times of Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom. The comparison to Dr. Evil is hysterical.
– Tapper: Obama can’t run on his achievements because they’re not popular.