Well not really, my take on his quote is 180 degrees in the opposite direction from what I am sure he meant:
It is heartbreaking to the American people that Senate Republicans, divided as they did and decided to direct their criticism, direct their attention, direct their cannon fire at House Republicans and at [...]
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is among three finalists for the European Union’s top human rights award, the Sakharov Prize. European emoprog lawmakers ( also known as the Green caucus ) said Snowden deserves to win because ” he risked his freedom to protect us. ”
16 year old Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, who survived [...]
This is NOT a news item or op ed piece or blog rant. Instead I am offering information on one of the most important changes to health insurance coverage in the history of the United States: just a short list of links to sites that offer information on the Affordable Care Act and how to [...]
I won’t mind if my lawyer friends weigh in on this…but it seems to me that if I aid and abet someone in the commission of a crime…that I am asking for some legal trouble of my own. But does the same apply if I simply ‘encourage’ someone to break the law? Well here’s why [...]
We’ve been inundated with talking points from the Tea Party and the Republican Party on how the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, is a train wreck. We’ve seen the uproarious political cartoons from the right that let us know that the ACA, aka Obamacare, is a train wreck.
Well here’s why I know that Obamacare [...]
In between voting the 41st time and the 42nd time to repeal or defund Obamacare, the Republicans have reopened their investigation into Benghazi!
They are irate that four Americans lost their lives in a terrorist attack in what is essentially a lawless area of a foreign country still in the throes of a revolution.
Here’s a bit of an open thread.
What do you expect/hope to hear President Barack Obama say tonight regarding the situation in Syria and our possible involvement in that civil war?
According to this report, Democratic Rep. Gwen Moore is still undecided on whether she’ll support U.S. military intervention in Syria’s civil war. Rep. Moore has indicated she wants to wait until after President Obama addresses the nation later today to explain why the unraveling situation in Syria is in the national security interests of America [...]
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the detention of David Miranda, the partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald, by British authorities under their anti-terrorism statutes, and at the time I was skeptical of the reasons for that detention, wondering if it wasn’t an attempt to “get back” at Greenwald for his reporting on the [...]