Joined on 27 March, 2007
So there were more cases today than yesterday.
Let’s see what tomorrow holds but many places- including my own state of Massachusetts- seem to be opening quickly, despite much vaccination ahead of us.
Not to be a downer but this doesn’t seem like a good combination. #covid19
Spent a few years researching this piece so I'm going to keep tweeting it out w/ different heds
HEARTBREAKING: These People Are Injecting CO2 Into the Atmosphere At One of the Fastest Rates of the Phanerozoic Eon (You Won't Believe Paleoclimate Analog #4)
2. District judges, uncomfortable with their lack of expertise on this important technical issue, rarely intervene in cases.
3. SCOTUS, surveying lower-court precedent, cements this anti-interventionism as a prudent light-touch approach.
4. Wait 20 years, then return to #0.
And another great point from @ProfWrightGMU at the @ceidotorg antitrust panel - why are conservatives suddenly wanting to take power away from Article III judges and give it to unelected bureaucrats when it comes to governing tech?
A rare glance at Step #1 of the Status Quo Shuffle:
Direct unsubsidized Stafford loans issued for this academic year carry a 2.75% rate. But the same type of loan issued in 2018-2019 carries a 5.05% rate; it carries a 6.80% rate if issued for 2012-2013. Why does the public benefit from so much volatility in education-debt rates?
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