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Entries by Andrew Reinbach from 03/2011

Historic Preservation Goes Bananas

| Posted 03.01.2011 | Healthy Living

The historic preservation movement began as a good idea in this country -- defend the best of the past from the worst of the present. But like a lot of good ideas, the rule makers can undermine the mission by insisting on their rules.

Impeach Clarence Thomas

| Posted 03.07.2011 | Politics

If Mr. Justice Thomas takes allegations he committed perjury for 13 years seriously enough to defend himself before a recent Federalist Society dinner, then they're certainly serious enough to warrant formal investigation of said allegations.

Clarence Thomas' Legal Challenges Continue to Build -- Will the Next Come From Congress?

| Posted 03.15.2011 | Politics

A group of Congressional Democrats are said to be drafting demands that Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas be disbarred in Missouri for perjury, and investigated by the Department of Justice for bribery.

Fracking Tide Turns -- Frackers Get Mean

| Posted 03.28.2011 | Green

The PR tide seems to be turning against fracking, and predictably, the political rhetoric from the gas industry and its allies is turning nasty.