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Passive-Aggressive Politics

Digby joins Kevin Drum in guilty pleasure over the now "inevitable" surge:

K-Drum says what I think a lot of us are reluctantly thinking:

Still, honesty compels me to say that I'm glad this is going to happen.

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A Challenge for the Left: What Will It Take?

The United States of America, indeed the whole world, is in deep doo-doo.

 There is, in America, a potentially powerful, but presently only nascent (if even that), force for positive change. I submit that if that force is not unleashed in the coming months, there is no hope for reversing a catastrophic path toward what will be the final world war. The political terrain is now littered with explosive devices and our government, all of it, carries around the ignition engines, just looking for an opportunity to push the little buttons. Read more about A Challenge for the Left: What Will It Take?

Seems like the word "Christianist" gets under The Bug Man's skin

What a shame. And we try so hard to be Civil. Guess we'll have to stop using it. Not.

Here's the post Tom DeLay paid some staffer to write on his [cough] blog, all about the Christian Embassy video that Crooks&Liars (courageously) posted: goes so far as to label the members of this organization, 'Christianists.'

Mikey Weinstein on CNN

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Right on schedule: Iran, China and Natural Gas

When was the last time anyone watched “Three Days of the Condor?” "Syriana?" "The World is Not Enough?" Just checking. Read more about Right on schedule: Iran, China and Natural Gas

Thinking About Planting


It's about the time of year that Burpee and everybody else sends out their plant and seed catalogs, and people who garden or like to think about it sit around and dream through the dark cold days. Only they're not as cold as they used to be, are they?

Before ordering your plants, go look at this. The Arbor Day Foundation hardiness zone map. Chances are very good you're not in the one you think you are any more. Read more about Thinking About Planting

What happened to Atrios

New technology for data transfer.

Here at The Mighty Corrente Building, we are way more advanced. Maya Angelou even wrote a book about it: I Know Why The Caged Hamster Spins... Read more about What happened to Atrios

Mikey Weinstein takes on Rush!

Thank The God of Your Choice, If Any, that somebody's standing up to that blowhard. Read more about Mikey Weinstein takes on Rush!

Ski roads cleared before roads with trapped families?

Sarah reports from an unknown location:

Priorities, people, priorities...

(Text) National Public Radio News is reporting that many stranded travelers on highways in Colorado -- except for the ones headed to ski resorts, to which the roads have already been cleared as a priority -- and homebound residents may have to wait days for roads to reopen. Read more about Ski roads cleared before roads with trapped families?

Scientists: Humans continue to evolve today


I'm two days late celebrating what should be a national holiday: Evolution Day, December 20, 2005, when Judge John Jones ruled againt the creationist loons in Kitzmiller et al vs. Dover Area School District.

Presumably, evolution didn't stop, oh, 10,000 or 50,000 years ago, but continues its workings even unto the present day. Now scientists have some proof. The New Scienist: Read more about Scientists: Humans continue to evolve today

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2007: A year of pandemonium


Sounds like the tumult of the current year is just a warm-up for next year's mayhem:

An assassination attempt will be made on Condoleezza Rice in 2007, predicts psychic Nikki in her look ahead to next year.
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Ha Ha!


Just a little Nelson Munzt moment over this: "No tengo futuro. Titter, you got that right, hombre. Mainly because no one is interested in another member of the family that brought us choice quotes like this one. Idiocy and incompetence only go so far. Enjoy your retirement in Boca. Read more about Ha Ha!


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