These people have no soul and no compassion. That’s why they didn’t care if the United States defaulted on their debt. The fact is that most of the teabagger politicians are multi-millionaires and think their money would not be affected if the country defaults. TPM2012 The last two Republican presidential debates have been some… More Tea Party Debate Audience Cheers Idea Of Letting Sick Man Without Insurance Die (VIDEO)
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I love my home town, New York City. The warmth of it’s people, the way we come together in times of crisis, the enormously talented children and adults. I could go on describing so much of what I love about My City. However, let me show you what I mean. Spike Lee and State Farm… More Empire State Of Mind
I agreed with Paul Krugman’s editorial and I agree with Dave Weigel’s assessment… Dave Weigel – Slate Early on Sunday morning, as the rest of NYTimes.com was turned over to 9/11 anniversary, Paul Krugman vented his spleen. Years of columns were condensed into a few pithy lines. “What happened after 9/11 — and I think even people… More Get Krugman!
The Grio The Secret Service is investigating three threatening messages that were posted on the White House’s Facebook page. The messages included a picture of Osama bin Laden. One said, “We’ll come back 11/9/2011 to kill u all.” Another showed small plane icons and said, “Today we’ll come 11/9/2011.” Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan says… More Secret Service probes Facebook White House threat
This sounds interesting…especially for comic book aficionados. Politico Given the low approval ratings of so many U.S. politicians nowadays, it’s hard to imagine lawmakers as superheroes. But two individuals are doing their part to change that. Darren Davis and Jason Schultz are, respectively, the president and executive vice president for business development of Bluewater Productions, a Washington state-based… More Political comic books super success
Think Progress […] By spending this much money on wars that ended up being America’s longest in history, the United States in some ways fell into Bin Laden’s trap. This money could’ve been used in ways that would’ve invested in America — securing access to health care, a decent education, and infrastructure for alternative energy.… More The $1.2 Trillion Trap: What America Gave Up For 10 Years Of War Since 9/11
I’d have to agree with Nobel prize winner in economics, Paul Krugman on his assessment… The Raw Story This story may not be going away for a long while. New York Times columnist Paul Krugman lashed out at the commemoration of the 10 year anniversary of September 11th, labeling George W. Bush and Rudy Giuliani… More Krugman: 9/11 made Bush, Giuliani become ‘fake heroes’