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Next level moon shooting (and could this be Moonhattanhenge?)

Next level moon shooting (and could this be Moonhattanhenge?)

05/05/12 04:46AM

You've likely heard already that tomorrow (or today, depending on which side of sleep you're on) is this year's super moon. The super moon is the nearest full moon. This year the moon is officially full 25 minutes before it's at its perigee, its closest point to Earth, so like last year expectations are high for something... read more

Cocktail Moment: The Stinger

05/04/12 10:02PM

For tonight's Cocktail Moment ahead of the Kentucky Derby, rather than showing you how to make a Mint Julep, which is an acquired taste, Rachel showed how to acquire the taste. This is how you train yourself to like the taste of a mint julep, if you don't already.It's one of the great Old Man drinks of all time: The Stinger... read more

Frank VanderSloot Statement on 'It's Elementary'

05/04/12 09:06PM

I am a strong supporter of the argument that gay and lesbian people should have the same rights as all other Americans. My argument against It's Elementary was not against the film itself but with its intended audience. I don't believe that sexual concepts – either homosexual or heterosexual - should be introduced in our schools to... read more

Statement from Frank VanderSloot

05/04/12 09:06PM

We believe that Peter Zuckerman is a good man who did a poor job reporting the facts on an important story in 2005. The entire community was buzzing about Mr. Zuckerman's sexual orientation after a local radio talk show had talked about it for days. We came to Mr. Zuckerman's defense and chastised the talk show for bringing his sexual... read more

Hey, the newsletter sign-up page is spruced up

Hey, the newsletter sign-up page is spruced up

05/04/12 07:43PM

If you had frustrations with the old newsletter subscription page, this might be worth a second try.Or, if you never gave much thought to that green rectangle there in the right margin, now you know.It's hard to tell from the preview, but mainly what you get in the newsletter is links to recent blog posts and the clip playlist of the... read more

Ahead on the 5/4 Maddow show

05/04/12 07:37PM

Tonight's guests include:Bill Richardson, former New Mexico governor and former United Nations ambassadorPeter Zuckerman, former Idaho Falls Post Register reporterWhile watching tonight's video preview, take a listen to tonight's soundtrack. (Just be sure to allow the ad below to play out entirely before starting the song)Senior... read more

Friday's Mini-Report

05/04/12 05:30PM

Today's edition of quick hits:* The details of the story appear to change quickly, but it appears Chen Guangcheng and his family will be able to leave China to study abroad.* In the meantime, Mitt Romney seems eager to condemn U.S. efforts in this case, a move even Bill Kristol found foolish. "To inject yourself into the middle of this... read more

Chart imitates life: What happened to you

Chart imitates life: What happened to you

05/04/12 02:00PM

We haven't had this low a percentage of working-age Americans actually working or trying to get a job since the early 1980s (chart above). In April alone, more than half a million people gave up, which is scary.Meanwhile, productivity continues to rise while wages stagnate (chart below).  Workers are doing more with less, and often for less... read more

The gubernatorial term Romney no longer remembers

The gubernatorial term Romney no longer remembers

05/04/12 12:44PM

President Obama will have his first official 2012 campaign rally tomorrow in Columbus, Ohio, with a major event at Ohio State University. To mark the occasion, Mitt Romney has an op-ed in the Cleveland Plain Dealer today, "welcoming" the president to the Buckeye State (via Greg Sargent).Most of the piece is fairly predictable -- it... read more

Friday's campaign round-up

05/04/12 12:00PM

Today's installment of campaign-related news items that won't necessarily generate a post of their own, but may be of interest to political observers:* With just five days left before Indiana's Republican U.S. Senate primary, a new Howey Politics/DePauw University poll shows state Treasurer Richard Mourdock leading incumbent Sen.... read more

What drives 'division'

What drives 'division'

05/04/12 11:20AM

A couple of weeks after the 2008 election, the Weekly Standard ran an interesting piece, listing ideas then-President Elect Obama could pursue if he were serious about governing in a unifying, post-partisan way. The writer, Peter Berkowitz, was skeptical, but if Obama were sincere about leading in an even handed way, here were seven steps he... read more

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