June 2010

Is Florida the Bellwether for the Tea Partiers (Baggers)?

Watching the goings on in Florida lead me to think that the November results in this lean right state will predict either the rise or fall of the so-called Tea Party wing of the GOP or splinter political parties.

... continued at: http://www.teapartypledge.info/?p=98

Profound review

Good Morning Father,

Condoleezza Rice??

What ever happened to her "tell all" book "I slept with the President", detailing how they both would frequently fall asleep in Cabinet meetings??

WANDERINGS IN THE POLITICAL LABYRINTH

I cried when Obama was elected- out of joy and relief. No, I am not ashamed of those emotions- for, at the time, it was like I was let out of a political prison as I felt this country was sinking deeper and deeper into a strange, repressive tyranny.

No, I am not ashamed- and I would vote for Obama again, I suppose- if the circumstances were capable of being replayed- but not for the same reasons. It would be to vote for, quoting Russell Crowe as Captain Jack Aubrey- to vote for 'the lesser of two weevils.'

John Lott's lack of credibility

Didn't John Lott hide behind a pseudonym of Mary Rosh? Reason.com ran an article on this in May 2003 as well as on Lott's questionable studies

Lifted Ban on Biotech Alfalfa

This weeks Supreme Court decision to lift the ban on Monsanto’s GMO round Up Ready Alfalfa hands Monsanto the license to own yet one more piece of the food chain.

Federal Ruling on Drilling Ban

If Obama declares a national emergency can he over-ride the federal ruling to lift the ban? If not, is there anything else he can do?

Getting out there. Getting Active.

Hi guys, This is my first blog post here, and I just wanted to share what I've been doing lately to follow through on Thom's call to Get Out There and Get Active.

Latest Headlines

One Iowa Caucus Delegate Comes Down To Coin Toss

The Iowa caucus convener flipped a coin. Bernie Sanders supporters called "heads" and it landed on tails.

Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by 31 points in N.H.: Poll

Sanders was at 61 percent support in the University of Massachusetts Lowell/7News poll, followed by Mrs. Clinton, at 30 percent

Martin O'Malley suspends presidential campaign after Iowa caucuses

The announcement came after O'Malley barely registered in Iowa against his better-known rivals Clinton and Sanders, failing to meet already low expectations

Comparing 2016 America to 1972 America Doesn't Work

Bernie Sanders' big win in New Hampshire has given his campaign a big boost, but even Bernie knows that there's still a long primary season ahead.

One of the biggest criticisms about Bernie Sanders, one that I hear frequently from pro-Clinton callers, is that Bernie Sanders could be the next George McGovern.

And it's a serious criticism that's being thrown at Bernie.