Twitter Updates for 2009-04-20

  • Blues trailing Vancouver 2 to 3, 5:00 min left. I fear the Dirt Cheap tobacco birdie will score more TV goal shots than the Blues tonight. #
  • “Why We Should Get Rid of the White House Press Corps,” by Anne Marie Cox, in Wash Post. #
  • Should have put in the Dirt Cheap tobacco birdie (cheap-cheap, fun-fun) during the 5 to 3 power play the Blues lost. Down three games now. #
  • Senior White House Adviser David Axelrod calls “Tea Party” movement “unhealthy.” #
  • @beckycordero Prospecting: The Race for a Million Twitter Followers Ends With a Big Gift To Charity #
  • Reading Time Mag article, “How to Raise the Standards In America’s Schools.” Worth your time. #
  • Obama’s new “Border Czar” Alan Bersin came from education reform ranks in San Diego, CA. #
  • Education reform advocates Ben Chavis, Ken Chavous, public charter schools speak at weekend townhall forum. #
  • Wall Street Journal outlines the challenges of economic forecasts. IMF world economy report due this Wed. #
  • RT @Philanthropy: Gates Official Named To U.S. Department of Agriculture #
  • Kansas City Public Library hosts Wendy Kopp, founder/CEO of Teach for America tomorrow. 6:30 pm. RSVP to #
  • RT @nprpolitics: Tax Protests About More Than Money #
  • Missouri State Budget goes to conference committee this week. Senator Nodler, Rep. Icet must iron out differences. #
  • RT @stlbeacon: Benjamin Edwards, former A.G. Edwards CEO, has died #
  • Edited RT @WSJWashington: Missouri’s own Scott Murphy headed to court today – 273 votes ahead in Congr race. #
  • @beckycordero RT @Philanthropy: Conference Notebook: Nonprofit Groups Urged to Rethink Global Activities #
  • St. Louis City Board of Aldermen gets general session fired up tomorrow at City Hall. Find event calendar here: #
  • CFtweet: $5,000 from Tri-Rinse, Inc. to CITIZENS FOR A BETTER ST LOUIS on 04/17/2009 #
  • RT @Philanthropy: IRS Names New Regulator to Lead Division That Oversees Charities #
  • John Temporiti appointed to Missouri Development Finance Board. Good luck towards our economic future. #

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