Something rotten to chew on, maybe to spit out.
Why haven't the Democrats scheduled presidential debates? Consider the following:
I'm curious on the progressive perspective on who n the republican primary would have the best chance in the general election.
From what I can tell, nothing in the Iran deal prevents us from going to war with Iran. In fact, the deal itself, if violated by Iran, may even make it easier for us to go to war with Iran. It sets up the perfect and justifiable pretext for war if Iran violates the deal. The international community would likely support bombing Iranian nuclear sites under that scenario.
Leaked Document Shows Why Feds Believe They Can Ignore Medical Marijuana Law
Prior to Vote, Officials Argued the Amendment Would Have Broader Implications Than Medical Marijuana
Not sure if you remember me, but I used to be a regular contributer here. In fact I was even a moderator for awhile.
I got very sidetracked with British politics and was an avid campaigner for the YES side during the Scottish independence referendum.
Thought I'd come back and discuss the possibility of Bernie Sanders as the next Democratic presidential nominee.
Look forward to some lively debate.
It's becoming increasingly clear that the gutting of the Voting Rights Act was a direct response to the first black President being elected. The GOP now refuses to support its restoration and renewal out of sheer spite.
Thousands of California convicts to regain voting rights
State announces settlement with civil liberties groups
Research: THC Helps Liver Transplants
The latest research on THC shows that even extremely low doses of THC can help mouse livers, and potentially human livers, overcome ischemia-reperfusion injury, a common cause of liver transplant failure.
Stay off weed, teens. But if you screw your life up, don’t blame the pot. Cannabis use by teenage boys was not linked to later physical or mental health issues, psychotic symptoms or asthma, concludes a major new study published by the American Psychological Association.
Elizabeth Warren humiliates Senate GOP: “Did you fall down, hit your head, and think you woke up in the 1950s or 1890s?”
Thom, any chance you could be here in Portland this Sunday for Bernie and David Cobb with Move to Amend?
I noticed that Move to Amend moved David Cobb's speech here on one side of the river to 2 PM from 7 PM, I'm guessing so that it doesn't overlap Bernie Sanders rally on the other side of the river at Memorial Colliseum at 6 PM.
Here is a link to a call by Roots Action for Bernie to more agressively oppose the Bankster's Wars: http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=11541 . I think that he is more anti-War than they give him credit for, but agree that he can use an extra push.
I just got this gut wrenching feeling that if Hillary got elected as our President, she would build the Keystone XL. Is she talking about it at all? Is anyone talking about it?
I know I heard one of the GOP candidates state that their first day in office they could set it in motion to build the Keystone XL. (Sorry, forgot who that was)
I don't think the Keystone XL issue is totally dead. Maybe delayed, but I still think a new president could breath life back into that fight.
I seriously didn't make this up!
46% of Americans believe a God they've never seen nor witnessed, created man out of mud and clay 10,000 years ago.
46% vote, and of that 46%, 48% thought Sarah Palin was fit for the WH. Only 22% of the country are that stupid, that means 1 out of 5. How many of that figure are here at Thoms?