The "Do Nothing" congress is about to do something.


I know some find it offensive that I cover only about one thing a day, and that the topic I pick is not necessarily the one they would have wanted.

So, as a public service to help my fans, especially my two very devoted ones who have to find topics I didn't pick on their own, thereby taking up too much of their valuable time, these are some of the topics I did not draw or write about today.

Donetsk militia takes control of Ukrainian anti-air installation, Eight rebels crucified by Iraqi ISIL in Syria - agency, Another US whistleblower to reveal details of NSA surveillance in Germany, People starve in besieged Kramatorsk as Ukrainian troops cut off aid corridors, Oregon residents anticipating radiation from Fukushima probe Pacific coast water, Coming meat ban? New Study: Meat-eaters emit more than twice as much greenhouse gases as vegans, Monsoon floods kill 11 in India, maroon thousands, Geologists have discovered three previously unrecorded active volcanoes in southeast Australia. The secret meeting of 11 June 1965 on European monetary union and the deceit of the European people, Putin 'would be killed' if he came to Kiev, Ukraine parliament deputy says on TV and thinks it would be just, Surprise! Facebook manipulated users' emotions as part of psychological experiment - study, Bus accident in Bastar leaves 1 Jawaan dead, 23 injured, Allen & Heath releases Qu-24 mixer,QSC launches compact digital mixer line, Behringer rolls out X-Touch universal controllers, Genelec adds ultra-compact model to 8000 Series, Tannoy introduces active Reveal monitors, Universal Audio unveils Apollo Twin interface, Audio-Technica reveals new M-Series headphones, DPA gives away d:vote microphones, SAE presents 'Mastering Do's and Don'ts' panel, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to retire, Winter Olympics, Russia, 20th anniversary of the Rwanda massacre, India national elections, FIFA World Cup, Brazil, Egyptian elections, 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, Scotland independence referendum, US Congressional mid-term elections, NATO drawdown in Afghanistan, Obama foreign policy speech at West Point falls flat with liberals and conservatives, Ret. Gen. Eric Shinseki resigns – probably under pressure from the White House – resigns as the VA scandal widens, An historic agreement that unifies the two Palestinian political camps puts Israel on edge, Revised figures show GDP shrank by 1 percent in the first quarter of 2014, Details of five-for-one swap for a soldier held captive, Sgt. Bowe Berghdahl, in exchange for five high-level Taliban militants raises a bipartisan furor. Story gains legs after it’s revealed that Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban after fleeing his post in Afghanistan, Thousands of unaccompanied children and teens flow across the U.S. border as they flee unrest in their Central American homelands, A little known college professor with tea party-style conservative ideas pulls off a shocking defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in a Virginia primary election, ISIS Islamic radicals sweep across western and northern Iraq, using brutal tactics to take control of Fallujah, Mosul and Tikrit. Along the way, they grab weapons (even some tanks) from fleeing Iraqi troops and begin a march toward Baghdal, The Russians shut down the flow of gas into Ukraine after battles between Ukrainian military and Russian separatists grow more deadly, Brazil Squeaks by Chile in Nail-Biter World Cup Game, Nanny That Wouldn't Leave Spotted Hiding in Police Station, Parents of Child Killed in Hot Car Searched Internet for Info on Similar Deaths, Amy Adams Gives Up Seat to U.S. Soldier, NASA Tests 'Flying Saucer', A season on from MH370, how is Malaysia Airlines doing?, Holyoke councilors thwarted in questioning Springfield lawyer Meghan Sullivan ..., More countries adding graphic warnings to packs of cigarettes, Supreme Court to rule on health reform law's birth control mandate Monday, Shia LaBeouf Arrested For Disrupting Broadway Show, Honduras' First Lady to Travel to US to Recover Young Immigrants, Shumlin hopes bill will spark economy, Reconnaissance: The Surveyor's Roles & Responsibilities—Ensuring the ...,Life insurance firms can't float investment scheme, claims PIL,SPCA offender also charged with sex crimes, Independent contractors & Intellectual Property, Ill. federal judge calls asbestos plaintiff's arguments 'unconvincing', Duquesne teachers revisit bargaining process, Rents jump at Chicago's primo office towers, Stephen Harper's Canada: The Legacy of Tyrants, Squire Patton Boggs appoints new UK real estate litigation head, US taxpayers fund immigration negligence, Reduce benefits for noncombatant military, Police: Toddler's mom researched hot car deaths, Bad VA care may have killed more than 1000 veterans, senator's report says, NJ Supreme Court must protect employee whistleblower law, labor and ... , Some search firms report neighborhoods' ethnic makeup, Try on Sports Betting Law, Defense attorney fatally shot outside office in Ky., What's in Your Mailbox? Tips on What to Do When Uncle Sam Comes Knocking, Next in gay marriage fight: Anti-discrimination law, Planning Commission OKs Jesuit Petition, Kennedys | Mexico's new environmental law: will enforcement be fair?, Poll: Jeanne Shaheen leads Scott Brown in heated Senate race, Sexism takes center stage in 2014 , West Virginia will get first female Senator in 2014 , Gender gap damages GOP: Where are all the Republican women? , Democrats hold strong in three key Senate races, Did Obama just come close to endorsing Hillary Clinton?, Alma Adams wins Democratic primary race in NC,"Republicans just do not understand women – they don’t know how to run against them - EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock", The other Kentucky women posing a threat to Republicans.

Maybe I will get to them all tomorrow.
 

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