"Wars," plural, is an especially nice touch.
NOTE Can't win the midterms without military Keynesianism! And since the blue states subsidize military installations in the red states, military Keynesianism is a winner for both legacy parties! Read more about Headline of the century
I have a family member in cable cut-off mode who would welcome anything you could throw their way.
So, thanks if you can, and I know times are tough! No PayPal account is required to donate.
Yeah, I know cable cut-off is good. But they don't think of it that way.
NOTE This is not a desperate "OMG, I'm out of fuel and I'm losing my house!" post, thanks to your generosity. Read more about Xmas blegging post
Ian calls his shot for 2010 and the next few decades:
We’re going to hear a lot of triumphalism over the next year, because the economy is probably going to “recover” more strongly than many expect, not primarily because of the stimulus, but because of increased military spending. Military Keynesianism is the only type of Keynesianism both parties agree with...
[I'll put this up since I believe that Hipparchia is busy teaching her cats French. Hipparchia, if you've got a long post that isn't up yet, do feel free to unpublish or de-front page this one; you have the power. -- lambert]
Kip Sullivan's The post mortem continues.
The UN Copenhagen climate talks are in disarray today after developing countries reacted furiously to leaked documents that show world leaders will next week be asked to sign an agreement that hands more power to rich countries and sidelines the UN's role in all future climate change negotiations.
Funny is always better than unfunny, no matter that the funny comes way too late.
NOTE Is there a feminist translation of "payback is a bitch"? Read more about Smackdown
Versailles sucks. Obama sucks. The Dems suck. The Republicans suck. Both legacy parties suck. They all suck.
McClatchy finally reports, and Reid throws "progressives" a bone:
Though he wouldn't offer details, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said late Tuesday that there was a "broad agreement" how to proceed. Several alternative scenarios are being sent to the Congressional Budget Office for further analysis, and Democratic leaders maintained that all could be defined as some kind of public option.
[Readers, please add updates and your thoughts in posts or comments here as more of whatever these guys are doing leaks; RL has called me away from the keyboard. More from Ezra, WKJM, BooMan, McClatchy, Dean, Pravda and Izvestia below, as the stories appeared. -- lambert]