Department of Eerie Historical Parallels
September 11th, 2001 is the day America woke up after an all night drinking binge.
And, as I see it, went without coffee, and proceeded to stumble drunkenly into the car, only to run over the family dog. This was then used as the excuse to hold a wake, and therefore what needed to be done was to go buy a keg of cheap beer and start drinking again. Read more about MIHOP-NP: Iraq
The wingers are, er, going ballisticMR SUBLIMINAL Wetting themselves about "special gifts" for 9/11 that the oddly bearded, "Wanted," yet, strangely, still alive Terror Overlord Osama Bin Laden mentions in his latest conveniently timed video.
Vivica Fox voice in "Independence Day" when she throws open the curtains and points to the giant space ship hovering over LA
I lost the original link, you can find it at the Agonist sometime last week. I'm not in writing mode today, but this graph sort of says it all, no? Last hired, first fired, redlining, three strikes, crumbling schools, the "War on Young Brown Men," I mean "Drugs," when the fuck is it going to be enough for "you people?" Not you, gentle reader, but Republicans. Read more about Why We Are Angry: Black People Ed.
In the West Ward of Trenton, Councilwoman Annette Lartigue is drafting an ordinance to fine or enforce community service to curb this national epidemic. Read more about Pant-saggers can be fined $150 (plus court costs) or be thrown into jail up to 15 days.
James Madison must be rolling over in his grave as Republican operatives take to the media speaking about the “GOP Brand.” Perhaps Karl Rove is destined for Madison Avenue. In Rove’s wake (and at his direction) is a nation deeply divided – this is the very division that James Madison warned against in his Federalist Paper No. 10. Read more about Few Choices - No Freedom
We are not OK, America. Sure, Rove moved on and Gonzales quit, but so what? SIX YEARS ON, why are Bush and Cheney still at large? Read more about Corporate personhood, voter suppression, and other lies
I want to thank the Corrente Crew. I know that viscerally it’s hard to get through but trust me. There is a point. I admire Mike as an athlete, I feel for him as a brother. I understand there are consequences to breaking the law. But this isn’t about cruelty humanity or justice. But then again; It is.
Michael Vick has pleaded guilty. Read more about Michael Vick Pleads Guilty
I swear I'm not making this up! KSLA, Shreveport:
Could martial law ever become a reality in America? Some fear any nuclear, biological or chemical attack on U.S. soil might trigger just that. KSLA News 12 has discovered that the clergy would help the government with potentially their biggest problem: Us.
As happened in the War Between the States and again in the 1930s it's about to be possible to pay off mortgages for pennies on the dollar, or buy land for a fraction of its real value. Read more about Damn I wish I had some money