- Jul. 27, 2010 7:59 amBy louisehartmann
In an article in the Washington Post, Neel Kashkari, TARP Guru, wants to toss social security, citing retired people as having a 'me-first' attitude. Paradoxically, he added, "a 'me first' mentality usually makes markets more efficient." Remember Neel Kashkari? He's was in charge of of the delivering $700 billion of taxpayers money to the Banksters during the banking crisis.
- Jul. 26, 2010 7:08 amBy louisehartmann
According to the New York Times, based on an analysis of four sets of political science data, now after five terms, Chief Justice John Roberts’ Supreme Court is “the most conservative one in living memory.” During this time, the Roberts court “issued conservative decisions 58 percent of the time" and, in the last year, that rate increased to 65 percent, the highest since 1953.
- Jul. 23, 2010 7:31 amBy louisehartmann
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has announced that the Obama administration will let tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans expire on Jan. 1, despite calls from a small group of mostly millionaire conservadem politicians . Mr.
- Jul. 23, 2010 6:50 amBy louisehartmann
"Anything Goes on Townhall Friday"
Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and answering listener questions www.sanders.senate.gov
- Jul. 22, 2010 7:50 amBy shawnt56
Quote of the Day: The best form of government is that which is most likely to prevent the greatest sum of evil. -- James Monroe
Hour One: Should Andrew Breitbart be sued for liable over the Shirley Sherrod firing? Attorney/Activist Kevin Zeese will be here www.prosperityagenda.us
- Jul. 22, 2010 7:41 amBy louisehartmann
Deficit fraud ConservaDem Senator Kent Conrad said in an interview with reporters outside the Senate chambers this week that he is supporting extending the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy without paying for them.
- Jul. 21, 2010 11:20 amBy louisehartmann
We all live in our box of stories of who we think we are. Our stories of how we see the world and our stories of who we are rarely change. One bight crisp Fall day on a Friday in New Hampshire, Shannon showed up at Salem many years ago when Louise and I ran Salem, the group home for abandoned and abused children, I've mentioned often. She was a cute, 10 year old. Pigtails. Freckles. She seemed harmless and lovable. It was an emergency placement and the social worker didn't know anything about Shannon, but would get us more info the following Monday.