Department Of Stop it! You're killing Everything!
Bill Quigley has taken a hard and well-researched look at Obama’s continuation and escalation of what Quigley terms the “draconian domestic civil liberties intrusions pioneered under the Bush administration” (involving freedoms of speech, of assembly of association, to privacy, to a fair trial, of religion, etc.).
Quigley's article is a strong rejoinder to so much of the myopic, Obamacrat hype about Obama being the lesser of two evils. He only appears to be the lesser of two evils in the hypocritical talk Obama talks and guaranteed will be talking much more of in his ever-intensifying “Lucy and the football” campaign mode. Read more about Bill Quigley on the Obama Civil Liberties “F” Report Card
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The jobs crisis has left so many people out of work for so long that most of America's unemployed are no longer receiving unemployment benefits.
Early last year, 75 percent were receiving checks. The figure is now 48 percent - a shift that points to a growing crisis of long-term unemployment. Nearly one-third of America's 14 million unemployed have had no job for a year or more.
Russia’s NATO envoy, Dmitry Rogozin, spoke the original reference I just paraphrased (and then some) above:
"The faces of the leaders of 'world democracies' are so happy, as if they remembered how they hanged stray cats in basements in their childhoods."
I am with the bitter Dmitry and his calling out the profound sadism on this one, NATO’s and US leaders' jubilation (and probably direct enabling) of the brutal killing of Gaddafi.
I thought we all learned in kindergarten or before that “two wrongs don’t make a right”? Apparently, the golden rule is dead and long live “might makes right”!!! Read more about Re Gaddafi Death: Naughty Boys (& 1 Girl) Hanging Stray Cat In A Basement
Washington (CNN) -- President Barack Obama is sending about 100 U.S. troops to Africa to help hunt down the leaders of the notoriously violent Lord's Resistance Army.
Jim Lehrer approves of the War in Libya apparently. I no longer approve of Jim Lehrer. He is one of the many co-producers of “Libya’s kinda Truman Show” a movie within the ever flashing movie of "America’s Willing Suspension of Disbelief." Obama, of course, sits in the director’s chair (or corporate puppet’s chair ... what have you).
I’m thinking maybe US corporate media is not the appropriate place to get reality-based info about the true nature of The Libyan War. Read more about The Libyan War ... Kinda Like 'The Truman Show' ... Only Bloodier & More Sordid
At present our government is conducting a giant experiment in Vermont and Illinois, which I'm betting will eventually demonstrate, "not".
From The Daily Mail:
"Despite the revelations the NRC and industry bosses consider the leaks a public relations problem, not a public health threat. "
Of course it never went anywhere, and the threat continues.
Never mind, we must pay attention to the "Debt Crisis", or Rick Perry, or whatever. Read more about Fukushima - It's back and it's bad
On a random page from the obscure website Science Fiction by various authors appears this prophetic beginning of a long-forgotten story:
Margaret St. Clair
Quis Custodiet . . . ?
Copyright © 1948 by Standard Magazines, Inc.
In today's New York Times there is an article by Jackie Calmes titled Rightward Tilt Leaves Obama With Party Rift. While it begins by addressing the discontent the Democratic base has with Obama it ends with this "reassuring" paragraph: Read more about Even Peggy Noonan of Murdoch's WSJ gets it!
From the LA Times:
Going into hospital far riskier than flying
Chance of dying from a medical error in any hospital, anywhere in the world: 1 in 300.
Chance of dying in an airplane crash: 1 in 10 million.
You'll be shocked (shocked!) to learn that the situation is much worse (i.e., greater chance of dying) in the U.S. than Europe. Read more about American Medical Errors Killing 100,000 Annually