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  • Today's comic by  is VA Hotline Updated:
    Cartoon by Mark Fiore - VA hotline updated
  • What's coming up on Sunday Kos ...
    • Reparations and talking about race, by Armando
    • The Daily Kos Elections Power Rankings: The States, by Steve Singiser
    • Blacklisting the Rainbow, by Denise Oliver Velez
    • Ten crazy places gun manufacturers want you to hide your guns, by Mark E Andersen
    • Latest mass murder caused by sex, homosexual, liberals, and everything else except guns, by Hunter
    • The trouble with top twos: Why California's primary isn't a preview of November, by Darth Jeff
    • Obama Doctrine: "Just because we have the best hammer does not mean that every problem is a nail," by Ian Reifowitz
    • Gun control impotency is another failure of the traditional media, by Egberto Willies
    • No, Vox, let's not abolish the TSA, by Dante Atkins
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    Someone finally polled the 1% — And it's not pretty, by Auriandra

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    President Obama planning to use executive authority to cut carbon emissions in coal plants by 20%, by SciTech

  • #RedskinsPride hashtag campaign creates Twitter backlash. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid signed a letter R*dskins owner Dan Synder calling for the racist name to be changed. The letter was also signed by 49 other senators. The team's official Twitter account was used Thursday to tweet 305,000 fans asking them to show their #RedskinsPride and tell Reid what the team means to them. Whoops. Fumble.

    A large number of fans tweeted back that changing the name is a good idea and the team's tweet was a bad one. Example: (See also Steveningen's post).

    @Redskins @SenatorReid This team has ZERO
  • On this date in 2005, Dick Cheney said Iraq War was in its "last throes."
  • Utah students irked at their yearbook pictures Photoshopped to show less skin. Female students at a Utah high school didn't take kindly to the administration's decision to alter their yearbook photographs by covering up some of their exposed skin. The students were informed that photos might be edited, but after they saw what had been done, some complained that the editing was inconsistently decided.
  • Man arrested for obstruction of justice in Boston marathon bombing:
    Khairullozhon Matanov, 23, of Quincy is charged with "one count of destroying, altering, and falsifying records, documents, and tangible objects in a federal investigation, specifically information on his computer, and three counts of making materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statements in a federal terrorism investigation," the U.S. attorney's office for Massachusetts said Friday.
    Matanov is not charged with participating in the bombings, but with trying to hide his connection to Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who authorities say planted the bombs at the 2013 race, killing three and wounding 200.
  • Who threw the worst first pitch ever.
  • SpaceX reveals its next generation spacecraft:
    The biggest change from the Dragon V1 to the V2, aside from its man-rated life support system that can carry up to seven astronauts, is its landing system. Musk claims the Dragon V2 will be able land propulsively almost anywhere on Earth—or another planet—with the precision of a helicopter. As described, the V2 will be able to land gently under its own thruster power, much like spacecraft of 70s sci-fi.
  • On today's Kagro in the Morning show, Greg Dworkin notes a gun measure surprise in the House; the honest conservative snipe hunt; McConnell called out; no, VA ≠ Obamacare. More national security state discussion, based on Eben Moglen's "Privacy under attack."

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