It pays to throw a Tea Party: Business, politics merge for leaders
Mon Apr 26, 5:05 pm ET
Whatever ultimate political effect that Tea Party conservatism has on the country, one thing is increasingly clear: Being a high-profile leader of the small-government movement is very big business.
Oy! Where do I start!!??
Was watching my tivo'd Hannity Show on the Faux News network this evening and it caused me to have to write something about delusional minds that are at Faux News these days.
Thomm mentioned an article in the WSJ regarding what the Republicans had to do to gain power again. Spend, cut taxes and raise the deficet then run on budget and fiscal conservatism when the Dems have to pay down debt and raise taxes. Where is this article?
man, i am a deliver driver here in dallas tx.everyday i pray they bring you back.did you know that rep.have taken over the air waves in this city.what happen to freedom of speak.how long do we have before the world wide web is gone i think it can happen..keep up the good work i miss you guy,s
Get better at this Progressives. SUPPORT OUR TROOPS - PAY YOUR TAXES
BIG BANKS - TOO BIG TO SUCCED
free trade? how about FAIR trade?
This is America... can we do this? - Thom repeatedly makes the astute point that "free trade" is a brainwash -
and it's SO easy to sell it to Americans - the average "Joe" equates it with "freedom". Easy sale. Our dads died in combat to protect our freedom as Americans. but what is freedom?
while multinational corps equate Freedom with "Free increase the bottom line at any cost. Free to bend the rules and kill the competition in any way possible. Free to escape responsibility because of corporate protections."
Actually neither the Spanish, French nor British were the first settlements (sorry Erik). It was the Native Americans at least thousands of years before them and if it wasn"t for their European diseases, they wouldn't have been so quick to conquer North, Central and South America. Just a detail. : )
The new iPhone prototype found in a bar in Redwood CitySo a tech blogger walks into a bar and finds the next iPhone prototype. Stop me if you've heard this one…Seriously, Gizmodo may have gotten the significant scoop on the rest of the tech journalism universe with a fortuitous discovery of just what seems to be a prototype of the next iPhone (iPhone 4G?). It was really found it in a Redwood City bar by a Gizmodo reporter.
and “MAD” from “Network......
A Capital Idea Part 2: We Are All in This Together, Economically
"Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money." ~ Cree Indian Proverb. (From Thom Hartmann via David Walker)