Thursday, April 23, 2009

Elizabeth Warren Introduces COP's April Report

Thank God there is still a public servant in the Federal government with the ability to honestly attempt to understand and report the crisis.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Apparently, YouTube has been going through some changes, and more are contemplated.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Naomi Klein: Vote Out Larry Summers

Read why President Barack Obama's chief economic adviser needs to be shunned.

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Friday, April 17, 2009

move media

Talk about mixed messages!

Will a Phoenix of Independent, Citizen-operated media emerge to guide our country from the flames and wreckage of the collapse of American journalism?

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Georgia Senate threatens dismantling of USA

On April 1, your Georgia Senate did threaten by a vote of 43-1 to secede from and even disband the United States.In fact, Senate Resolution 632 did a lot more than merely threaten to end this country. It stated that under the Constitution,the only crimes the federal governgovernment could prosecute were treason, piracy and slavery.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Where's the Backbone?

It's early, but I have doubts that Obama is scary enough to get what he wants.

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Ten Democrats vote for Sens. Kyl and Lincoln’s bill protecti

Ten Democratic Senators voted for the Kyl/Lincoln amendment to the 2010 budget. The amendment proposes lowering the estate tax rate to 35% from 45% and raising the threshold on who pays from 7 to 10 million dollars for couples.

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Taxing Matters

Since 1980, when the conservative era began, inequality has reached Gilded Age extremes - while top end tax rates have been cut. The wealthiest few captured ever more of the nation's income while successfully lowering their tax rates.

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Gilded Age Taxation

In the last thirty years after tax income as a percentage of all earned income has doubled for the top one percent of earners. During the same period, the middle 50% of earners have seen their share of the national income decline by over 10%.

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Friday, April 10, 2009

Norman Solomon writing on

Suppose scientists could erase certain memories by tinkering with a single substance in the brain," the article began. Readers quickly learned that it's starting to happen: "Researchers in Brooklyn have recently accomplished comparable feats, with a single dose of an experimental drug delivered to areas of the brain critical for holding specific...

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Brad Delong

Along the same lines as Tapper, DeLong has echoed Dan Froomkin's complaint about the state secrets privilege and the invocation by the Administration of a policy Obama explicitly ran against.

This is very disturbing, however, predicted.

I remember Van Jones telling an optimistic group of inner city teens in LA or New Orleans before the election that "Barack Obama will not save you. In fact, you will have to save Barack Obama."

The greatest mistake Obama may be making is trusting the people to hold him accountable to the principles he chose to encourage his election.

The forces of darkness are too entrenched. Unless we stand up and foist our searchlights into the labyrinth, we ain't gonna find any justice.

Jake Tapper Finally Gets One Right

He talks about the proclivity of the Barack W. Obama administration to utilize the "state secrets" plea.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

100 Days: Can Obama Be a Majority of One?

The president could take a lesson from L.B.J. on how to bend fractious Congressional Democrats to his will.This is nice media treatment of the problems Obama faces. Let's hope it gets through to some of the armor-clanking dullards who get all their opinions from talk radio and cable tv blowhards.

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