FiveThirtyEight blogger (http://t.co/2LNDOv2Y22). Author, The Signal 1
Is Democratic Criticism on N.S.A. Hurting Obama’s Approval Rating? http://t.co/ULramCiSsx
Apparently just flew LGA-BOS in 43 minutes gate to gate. As a Bayesian I'm fairly concerned that I'm hallucinating.
In Massachusetts Senate Race, Odds for G.O.P. Upset Are Slim http://t.co/rXSM3ElVyC
RT @WaltHickey: Pie charts are the Nickelback of data visualization. There, I said it.
Polls Show Chemical Weapons Affect Public’s View on Syria http://t.co/97tMckqfDq
Ed Markey's probably a 90% or maybe even 95% favorite in the #MASEN special. Not really all that interesting a race.
Heat’s Clutch Stats Meet Match in Spurs’ Strategy http://t.co/M5byaLCh8j
Was agnostic about Snowden but some of the Op-Ed columns attacking him are so terrible I'm now convinced he must have done something right.
I'm reluctant to conclude from polls that a majority backs the NSAs activities. The whole question is what those activities encompass.
Domestic Surveillance Could Create a Divide in the 2016 Primaries http://t.co/2jkjFY6hXA
Maybe the best live sporting event I've been to. Hard to beat NHL playoff OT. http://t.co/RHR942q9Wy
At United Center and pretty sure I jinxed the Blackhawks by making a 1030 dinner reservation. Sorry, Chicago.
Early Leader in Polls Usually Wins New York Mayoral Primary http://t.co/1a7xqVmC5r
If Blackhawks win tomorrow we'll have the first Stanley Cup final between two Original Six teams since 1979.
Come to think of it, domestic spying is about the only thing that Obama and (most) Republicans in Congress agree upon.
RT @JonHenke: Rand Paul 2016 has gotten a big boost over the past 24 hours.