Posted in March 2012

Originally posted on The ObamaCrat™:
By Jueseppi B.             With the slaughter of Trayvon Martin this past month, and with the constant ugliness of racial tensions that are so prevalent in American society, one with intelligence would think a national conversation on race would be in order. Instead, many people…

Today’s WTF: Keith Olbermann fired? AGAIN?!?!?

Oops, he did it again. Word has hit the blogosphere that Keith Olbermann has parted ways with cable channel Current TV, his prime time home since exiting his former position in a bitter dispute with his previous network, MSNBC. The details are scarce at the moment, but there is the hint of some bitterness in … Continue reading

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Originally posted on NewConvo:
In case you haven’t noticed, the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare (originally a pejorative title that I wouldn’t use, but now apparently acceptable enough to be printed proudly on official t-shirts, buttons and bumper stickers for the Obama campaign), is back in the news in a big way.  This week,…

Friday FTW: The video edition

Friday FTW: The video edition

Yes, it’s Friday, and once again, I’m too lazy to write a lot. Which is probably a blessing to those of you who come by here regularly, since I’ve been running at the mouth in a very serious manner all week. There’s been a lot of negative things floating around out there this week, y’all, … Continue reading

Originally posted on polentical:
Paul Krugman on Sunday highlighted what is known in the liberal blogosphere but tends to go unnoticed in the regular coverage of Trayvon Martin and the Stand Your Ground law — namely, that these laws have not been pushed by people, but by corporations. Specifically, language virtually identical to Florida’s law…