I had no idea who she was or why she was on Jon Stewart's show. I deferred my judgement of her to Stewart. I thought I liked her after his interview.
1) When the GOP is in power: start wars, enact policies that weaken the country/damage public health, create massive debt, hurt the middle class, and enrich the 1%.
the author of the book in review Jonathan Last, bemoans the birth dearth and asserts it will be the decline of civilization. The reasons for said decline of population (US 209 million in 1970 to 310 million in 2010 in spite of the fertility rate was below his magic imperative replacement number of 2.1 [except 2006 and 07 what happened then?])
Reasons are [quote]
The ongoing debates for this election have moderators. Moderators moderate, to moderate is to even out, calm, prevent extremes. Jerry Springer type discussions or Fox Ruse segments don't do moderation. The theme is like WWE pro wrestlers hype. The debates among the gop/tea party/fox crowd need an alternative to moderators. Stimulators have another association [fluffers are in that realm I've read], but Agitators could be trained, even licensed. Don Rickes school is for the apprentices, or associates degree of annoyance.
We all remember SARS, right? It was barely contained in China and N America. Then it again escaped from a bio-containment lab.
I find Ebola more insidious... especially in a nation like ours that has a fragmented health care system, doesn't mandate employers to offer sick days, and doesn't have universal health care or one that can pivot on a dime.
We were the nation that would stop Ebola in its tracks. All we've seen is utter incompetence in TX and from the CDC.
Never missing an opportunity to bash the President, the GOP is criticizing his response to the ebola outbreak but let's look at how Republican demigod Ronald Reagan handled the greatest health crisis of his presidency:
Scientific & Government
Community & Society
Response & Events
All I hear from Republicans is fear of Ebola (we should tell the it's at the voting booths!), and outrage about the voting fraud.
Does anyone know where substantiated statistics about Voting Fraud (or lack there of) can be found? Thanks.
How Chevron swamps a small city with campaign money and bogus news
"My fellow Americans, if I could offer you only one tip to help my 2016 Presidential run, it's this: do not donate to Counterpunch!" - Hillary Clinton.
Evidently, donating to a liberal/progressive website is a no no.
Retired Monk - "Ideology is a disease"
Is this market crash just before the 2014 elections a Republican Conspiracy?
It's pretty clear that both of the major parties in this country have concluded somehow that Reagan got it right and that there is no need to depart in any significant way from the course he set us on back in the early 1980's. When Reagan dramatically lowered taxes on the top earners and further inflated the national debt with massive military spending, the idea was to place a downward pressure on New Deal government programs that benefitted the health and well-being of the poor and middle class. As predicted, those gr
Sayreville NJ Highschool team hazing with sexual assault, a coach with steroids and hypodermics, and parents upset that the game shall not go on. Learning to cheat early must be the key to success. Immunity from those lame civil behavioral standards that common folk adopt is also key, as long as you win.
For abortion foes, a national strategy built at the state level
Doctor goes to great lengths to keep abortion accessible
Here's a current example of how special interests have corrupted the CA initiative process for the past 20 years. It is just a fantasy to have a public discussion on the actual merits of a proposition.
"The 5 rules on how to kill a consumer-friendly initiative
California's initiative process can shine a bright light on how money and influence work their magic in American politics.