Florida Primary Results: A Pattern Emerges →
polyslime: January 31, 2012 at 7:57 pm Greg Laden So what is the pattern? A horse race. I suspect this is going to be a horse race through Super Tuesday, at which time the horses will count up the delegates. I also suspect that Gingrich will stay in this race as long as it is mathematically possible even if it would require a bolt of lighting to possibly win. I no longer think Santorum is...
Breaking News: Oregon Special Election Results in.... →
Newt's SuperPAC Guy Rick Tyler: Democrats Abort... →
Perhaps Rick Tyler should abort himself for spewing such despicable trash and for hating black babies.
Susan G. Komen For the Cure Further Sullies Its... →
Activist Post: Bill which would require drug... →
This is so funny. Politics can be very entertaining at times. It does a heart good when hypocrisy is exposed
Bachmann: Tea party ‘has been only a force for... →
Nothing good has come form the Tea party.
Pennsylvania General Assembly names 2012 ‘the year... →
Instead of violating the separation of Church and State, here are a few alternatives the Pennsylvania General Assembly should have named for 2012: Year of the American worker Year of American resiliency Year of the American citizen Year of the 99%
Clashes in Oakland: 400 Arrests, Tear Gas,... →
Moving the 99 Percent Forward: Certain Actions... →
oldenough2burmom: After watching (what I could) and reading accounts of yesterday’s events in Oakland, I feel the need to reflect on a few facts. Let me preface my remarks by noting that I am on the East Coast so I did not witness events firsthand. I hope you all read this statement with an open mind,…
I felt a little bit threatened, if you will, by his attitude– Jan Brewer the fucking racist Governor of Arizona commenting on her now-infamous encounter President Obama the other day. Really, Jan? You felt threatened by him?… The president of the United States? Out in the open? Surrounded by reporters? While YOU were shoving YOUR finger in HIS face? Let’s...
EARTH: on yesterday's Occupy Oakland event →
Yesterday, Occupy Oakland moved to convert a vacant building into a community center to provide education, medical, and housing services for the 99%. Police responded with tear gas, rubber bullets, beanbag rounds and mass arrests. The state has compounded its policy of callous indifference with a ruthless display of violent repression. The Occupy movement will respond, as we have always...
PRESS RELEASE: Oakland Police Violate their Own... →
John Boehner Admits That Keystone XL Won't Create... →
PoliticusUSA Speaker Boehner keeps changing his story on the number of jobs created, because his estimates aren’t true. The reality is that according to the State Department, Keystone XL will only create 6,000 direct jobs with only 10%-15% of those workers being hired locally.
Moving the 99 Percent Forward: Like millions of... →
wahya-nvda: On January 28, Move-in Day, we’re going to change that. We’re going to occupy a large, vacant building and convert it into a social center. Come join us for the initial occupation. There will be a festival all that weekend to celebrate our new home. WHY…
Watch Bill Maher Smash The Right's Obama Paranoia... →
Monsanto & Cancer Milk: FOX NEWS KILLS STORY &... →
Wisconsin High School Student Endorses Biblical... →
greater-good-blog: I find it very troubling that children continue to be taught hate by their family, churches, extremist political wing-nuts, and bat shit crazy fundamentalists. I liked the first comment on this story: Kira on January 28, 2012 at 8:38 am “If one is a practicing Christian, Jesus states in the Bible that homosexuality is (a) detestable act and sin which makes adopting...
This war has to be fought with a scale and a duration and a savagery that is...– Then-Congressman NEWT GINGRICH, in April, 1988, declaring “civil war” on those big, bad liberals. Newt Gingrich, forever versed in the politics of hate. (via the New York Times) And this is why nothing ever gets done. The Democrats are always willing to compromise. And the Republicans see...
Jon Stewart On Newt’s Moon Base: He Wants To Leave... →
PolitiFact | 'Red State Socialism' graphic says... →
Jobs, Jobs and Cars - Paul Krugman -NYTimes.com →
By PAUL KRUGMAN Published: January 26, 2012 Mitch Daniels, the former Bush budget director who is now Indiana’s governor, made the Republicans’ reply to President Obama’s State of the Union address. His performance was, well, boring. But he did say something thought-provoking — and I mean that in the worst way.
New charges in John Doe investigation allege... →
Online ‘Hit List’ Targets Liberals | Hatewatch |... →
Robert Reich: Why No Responsible Democrat Should... →
robertreich: Republicans are worried sick about Newt Gingrich’s ascendance, while Democrats are tickled pink. Yet no responsible Democrat should be pleased at the prospect that Gingrich could get the GOP nomination. The future of America is too important to accept even a small risk of a Gingrich presidency. The Republican worry is understandable. “The possibility of Newt Gingrich being our...
Daily Kos: Elizabeth Warren explains why America... →
Obama-Brewer friction on display on tarmac tiff
The joys of debating in front of a rich white...
foreverliberal: mohandasgandhi: afternoonsnoozebutton: That awkward moment when Gingrich asks everyone in the audience to raise their hands if they know anyone who has had a house that’s been foreclosed on and like three dudes total put their hands up. The joys of debating in front of a rich white audience. That pretty much sums up the Republican Party right there.