Tony Stark has business in downtown Manhattan today, apparently.
Mariano Rivera, back at the “scene of the crime”
(via It’s About The Money)
And the highest paid public employee in your state is…
The new Democratic senator from Massachusetts introduced her first bill Wednesday, the Bank on Students Loan Fairness Act, offering students temporary relief from the burden of high interest rates rates on loans.
Love this woman.
David Horvitz via ARTINFO (read more here, with slideshow and autoplay video)
(Source: clitzy, via bronxbanter)
The Empire has finally conquered Park Slope.
George W. Bush presided over an international network of torture chambers and, with the help of a compliant Congress and press, launched a war of aggression that killed hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. However, instead of the bloody details of his time in office being recounted at a war crimes tribunal, the former president has been able to bank on his imperial privilege – and a network of rich corporate donors that he made richer while in office – to tell his version of history at a library in Texas being opened in his name. Kill a few, they call you a murderer. Kill tens of thousands, they give you $500 million for a granite vanity project and a glossy 30-page supplement in the local paper. — Let George W. Bush Discuss His Legacy However He Likes… from the Hague (via azspot)