News Ticker: April 15
All the news that's fit to blog
By Brandon Watson,
2:30PM, Mon. Apr. 15, 2013
Steve Munisteri tries to reverse a spell, Jeremi Suri wants to strike first, and Steve Stockman makes a modest proposal. Controversy is on the News Ticker.
• The headquarters of the Boston Marathon has been locked down after reportedly two explosions blasted near the race's finish line. Several sources are reporting multiple deaths.
• Bob Perry, the GOP bankroller responsible for the Swift Boat Vets, has died at eighty.
• Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri must have read the Harry Potter series one too many times.
• Kill them all, let UT Professor Jeremi Suri sort them out.
• Former JP Eric Williams appears to be prime person of interest in the murders of Kaufman county DA Mike McLelland and ADA Mark Hasse.
• The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality attempts humor by calling climate change a "hotly debated" subject. A sitcom pilot, where the TCEQ plays the curmudgeonly dad of a free-spirtied daughter, is purportedly stalled in production.
• It's fair to say that the recent Nascar/NRA collaboration could have gone a little better.
• Rep. Steve Stockman's plan to defeat the Afghani insurgency might have some holes in it.
• Although it's doubtful that Anne Frank would have been a Belieber, plenty of other historical figures would have probably liked the Biebes' knees. Lynette Fromme might even have one of his posters up now.
• Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal decides to capitalize on the "accidental racist" trend.
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