Reason Morning Links: A Shape-Shifting "Jobs" Bill, the Limits of Cell Phone Privacy, and the Menace of Arabic Flash Cards


• First there is a jobs bill, then there is no jobs bill, then there is.

• On the anniversary of the revolution against the Shah, anti-government protests in Iran are violently repressed.

• Oral arguments are scheduled to begin today in a case to determine when the cops can track your cell phone.

• Blackwater whistleblowers charge the company with defrauding taxpayers, billing the government at one point for the services of a prostitute.

• The TSA protects America against flash cards.

• Illegal immigrants continue to flee America.