Category Archives: US
“Remember.” “Never Forget.” The sentiment echoes especially loudly today, eleven years later. And eleven years later, I find myself asking two questions: What, precisely, are we to never forget? Does this never forgetting improve our world? Regarding question #1, I … Continue reading
Dear News Media: Please stop trying to frighten us, especially mothers with small children. Shame on you. Please stop trying to be the first off the line to inappropriately lay blame at the feet of those who have no part … Continue reading
Remember president Obama’s NDAA 2012 signing statement? Remember when he promised the following? Second, under section 1021(e), the bill may not be construed to affect any “existing law or authorities relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident … Continue reading
The Bill of Rights Born: Dec 15, 1791 Died: Dec 15, 2011 Aged: 220 years (exactly) Hyperbole? Perhaps. But it’s my blog, and I’ll write whatever the hell I want (while I still can). The first 10 amendments to the … Continue reading
My brothers and sisters, words fail me. For those who understand, none are needed. For those who don’t, none are sufficient. Peace be with you all.
Yesterday, the American voting public showed up to express themselves in record numbers. As a result, Election 2010 has turned out to be the largest Congressional upset since World War II, with results exceeding the auto-erotic expectations of even the … Continue reading
President Obama wants voters to remember that “GOP policies failed to prevent the recession.” What he doesn’t seem to grasp is that We, The People, do remember. We remember that Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro Pelosi became Speaker-elect on November 16, 2006 … Continue reading