With the death of Osama bin Laden, the right will work hard to put a claim of credit in order to lessen any political benefit to President Obama. Some how they will claim that it was the conclusion of something "W" started in his Administration. Wrong, President Clinton put Osama on the most wanted list and started a program to hunt him down. It was "W" who after just a month in office STOPPED the weekly Terror meeting of the Combined Intelligence Agencies. This was followed by Sec.
Obama should have played this card a little closer to the election.
Gas is still $4.00 Plus per gallon.
Whenever the censorship mods get too much for me at Huffington, I like to post my thoughts here at the most congenial of websites, Thom Hartmann. And the mods are working double over-time on the news of the assassination of Bin Laden.
This is not a conspiracy theory. I believe that Bin Laden is worm food and that American Special Ops killed him yesterday. This is about Obama's complete lack understanding human nature and the ability to accurately predict the actions of others.
Why does Russia and China own oil rights in Irag and the U.S. does not? Also, why don't we, the U.S., own any oil rights in the Gulf of Mexico?
Chuck B...some what confused.
I don’t believe this paper will be popular, but I believe it must be said. Despite what Obama said tonight, justice has not been done. Osama bin Laden’s death will forever be a reminder of how this country has changed in yet another way from what it was founded on.
There is a pdf file of the "Taxpayer Protection Pledge" (a quasi-contract) from the website of Americans for Tax Reform (ATR), a lobbying group that advocates for the special interests of wealthy elites.
Ban All Advertising by members of the Energy Industry, including but not limited: the oil and gas industry, coal industry, and nuclear power.
NO MORE TV ADVERTSING, or any other form of advertising.
Dr. Lawhon was Wesleyan through and through, as his diaries of 1933 -1936 state so wittily in both poetry and prose, especially on St. Patrick's Day, with a lot to say about Shamrocks. Despite his five degrees from Baker University, and truly noble heart, the Reverend was fated to be poor and frequently raked leaves for $1.00. LeVonne, his daughter, married Frank Kryder, another Methodist, to be rich, but as "Bunny," had me, her grand-daughter, raised Episcopalian, a Catholicized branch of Methodist which better suited the cocktail, fox-fur generation.
Your Coal guest of Friday April 29, 2010.