Friday, January 21, 2011

I stand with Keith !



Keith Olbermann was just fired by MSNBC. According to Keith, he received notice that "this is going to be the last edition of your show," and bam, he was out the door.

Keith's commentaries gave voice to our hopes and our fears. He helped so many of us survive the Bush years, and while a staunch Obama supporter, he wasn't afraid to stand up to his own President either.

We will all miss Keith, and wish him well wherever he ends up next.

Please sign the petition and show Keith that we stand with him today.

I stand with Keith Olbermann.


Thursday, January 13, 2011

Saturday, January 8, 2011

A Fund Raiser is More Important ?


GOP Reps: Sorry for missing our swearing in ceremony and then voting on the floor

The Daily Caller

(AP Photo/The Intelligencer, David Garrett) MANDATORY CREDIT

Republican Reps. Pete Sessions of Texas and Mike Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania sent an apology letter to all fellow House members late Friday afternoon for skipping out on the chamber’s swearing-in ceremony Wednesday and then voting on legislation while technically not members of Congress.

The two were attending a reception within the capitol building for Fitzpatrick while their colleagues were being sworn in. They even held up their right hands and recited the oath in front of a live television feed of the ceremony, but later found out that according to House rules, members cannot be sworn in remotely. Sessions and Fitzgerald voted six times on the House floor before being officially sworn in later this week, which the House later nullified.



Wingnuts trying to Rewrite History : Fail !


History network pulls plug on Kennedy project

By DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer David Bauder
Sat Jan 8, 7:05 am ET

PASADENA, Calif. – A controversial miniseries on the Kennedy family will not air on the History Channel because the completed multimillion dollar project does not fit the "History brand," the network said.



"Hello to our friends and fans in domestic surveillance."

Wednesday, January 5, 2011



Posted: Tuesday, January 4 2011 at 05:45 pm CT by Bob Sullivan

The next time you're in California, you might not want to bring your cell phone with you. The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that police can search the cell phone of a person who's been arrested -- including text messages -- without obtaining a warrant, and use that data as evidence.



Sadly,Me thinks they still think that Our Constitution is just a Goddamn piece of paper !

Welcome to The Banana Republic of America ?

Corporate Fascism ?

Stay tuned..