Clearly, he's not a fan of the blogosphere.
â€“ Commercial websites and personal blogs â€œwould be required to report illegal images or videos posted by their users or pay fines of up to $300,000.â€
â€“ Internet service providers (ISPs) are already required to issue such reports, but under McCainâ€™s legislation, bloggers with comment sections may face â€œeven stiffer penaltiesâ€ than ISPs.
No link yet, but apparently MSNBC is reporting that Sen. Tim Johnson D-SD has had a stroke. Ironically, it seems he was very active on just that very issue while in office. Read more about Time to Pray: Democratic Senator Has Had a Stroke
South Africa bans canned "hunting" of predator cats, anyway.
The hunting of lions and other big cats bred in captivity purely to die at the barrel of a gun will be outlawed under legislation that comes into force next year, the government said Wednesday.
No, I'm not talking about Iraq. Though I might as well be. I've talking about the Left Behind video game, where believers gun down non-believers in the streets of Manhattan, only blocks from the WTC. In a Godly way, of course.
But you know what? The game sucks. (Now, I said I wasn't talking about Iraq!) San Francisco Chronicle: Read more about Violent Christianist video game is teh suck and isn't selling
And best of all, he's a real progressive. Bonilla is supposed to be some close Bush family friend, and I'm enjoying a little December gloating on top of all that we enjoyed last month. Read more about Congrats to Representative-Elect Rodriguez!
I nominate this as a new Zen koan, possibly to replace "what is the sound of one hand clapping" which has become somewhat of a cliche. Read more about Your Loud Obbs Thought for the Day
Following up on Shystee's post (check the picture!), one of the slow pleasures of the last year or so has been watching the eminently sane Josh Marshall become more Shrill, as he loses any deference to the insane authoritarians who are ruling us. Josh opines: Read more about Chaos Is The Plan vs. The Shia Are The Plan
BEIJING, Dec. 13 (Xinhuanet) -- The sudden disappearance of a number of key witnesses in the Alexander Litvinenko investigation will make it even harder for British detectives, whose inquiry has now spread across five countries, The Times reported Wednesday.
"I believe strongly in the power of faith in the public arena," said Strider.
As the excellent Glenn and everybody in the world except the perps (the "willfully ignorant" Republican leadership) and the people who should be bringing Read more about What's with these trial balloons for an "independent" ethics Commission for Congress?
I say "encouragingly," since Mozart's music is exactly the sort of thing Talibornagain everywhere want to destroy, in favor of their ideology du jour.
So I'm encouraged that Mozart is still hot. Read more about What really matters