In what has been called by journalists "a punishing storm," Lincoln Financial field became the site of the first snowed out football game since 1932. (1932 "PRO ELEVENS TO PLAY IN STADIUM Spartans - Bears Championship Game Shifted to Sunday Night CHICAGO. Dec. 16 (AP).—Charleston Daily Mail)
Kitsch is the inability to admit that shit exists" — Milan Kundera
It’s interesting—as soon as Don’t Ask Don’t Tell disappears, so too must our acuity, our memory, our mind disappear. As soon as Obama stands before us with his big beautiful smile and his big beautiful voice, articulating in heart-felt tones the positives that seem incapable of being understood as clichés as long as He speaks them, all of a sudden “Obama’s got his mojo back!”
Open Letter to Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch:
I’ll say it,
Apportionment isn’t the only thing about the recent 2010 Census that people should be up in arms about. Certain basic data on when contrasted with financial events in the last few years could offers some election turning revelations.
In 1932 Jiddu Krishnamurti wrote,The present civilization is based on greed and individual competition; it cannot last forever, because it has no intrinsic value. The individual, who has created and is dominated by this civilization, is caught up in accumulation, which is his sole incentive; that is, the individual tries to express his ambition and attain his desired social position through the accumulation of wealth and power. He has therefore set up social distinctions and such a civilization, based on ruthless selfishness, must eventually break down.
On February 15, 2008, the entity CITY OF GARY INC. Control Number: 2008021500030 Status: Active Creation Date: 2/15/2008: 500 S. Lake St., Gary, IN 46403, was created in Indiana.
An unincorporated entity, "Custom Imports," shares the same address at 500 S. Lake Street Gary, IN 46403
According to the 2010 Annual Report filed with the Indiana Secretary of State, the president of City of Gary Inc. is Andy Young of Wadsworth, Illinois.
If you are low-paid and are trying to make ends meet -- or even without a job (worse by far) -- what is the tax break, payment system, etc., that will help people transition from buying lowcost items at Walmart to (in the future) supporting living wage jobs?
Tax rebates? LIving expenses?
It sure has to be easy.
And it WILL happen -- but any suggestions as to the transition details?
Why not pass a law that every American must vote. Only then will we have a true majority.
Whether you prefer "Pay me, Scot" with a Spanish pronunciation, or "Pemiscot" in Indian tongue, the Chiefs are moving and Missouri's boot heel is doing th' walkerin. In its wake liquid mud courses through the streets of the City of Angels like a case of uncontrolled dysentery.
"Thank God for Flood Insurance!" one distraught homeowner preached to the news anchor. Just the sort of blasphemy we 2 million without Christmas trees love to hear: Oh God, thank you so much for insurance companies. What would our lives be like without them?
Title: Obama Is “The best thing that ever happened to the right”
By Julian Zelizer , Originally posted on Salon.com
Reuters/Rick Wilking/Jim Young