Yes, when it comes to climate change, we liberals are stupid… Right now, we need more than just scientifically-informed liberals to confront these facts.
You may notice that over the last few days, I haven’t been really been posting substantively. Big changes are afoot in the worlds of surveillance and campaign finance. American hunger is set to grow as food stamp cuts kick in without an expansion of jobs
On Wednesday, Republicans in the Senate voted to double undergraduate student loan interest rates from 3.4% to 6.8%, making it more difficult for people to lift themselves out of economic struggle by earning a college degree. One of the transformations associated with earning a college
Excuse #742 from President Barack Obama, explaining why the secret unaccountable warrantless surveillance he opposed when he wasn’t president is a really good idea now that he is president: “As was indicated, what the intelligence community is doing is looking at phone numbers and durations
No more trickle-down economics? Let’s look at what the bulk of the economic recovery spending does: It goes to fund the economic elites in our country, going directly into the bank accounts of big Wall Street firms, in the hopes that they might release some of this money, through big corporations, so that it can trickle on down to working Americans.
We’ve been blogging the bizarre statements of Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin as they come up, but now it seems there are enough for a permanent catalog to be organized. And here it is: a Palinisms page dedicated to the collection of as complete as
The New York Times reveals today that the John McCain campaign has sent a team to Alaska to check up on Sarah Palin’s past, policy preferences and qualifications to be Vice President — the week after he announced she would be Vice President in his
“When I was coming up, it was a dangerous world, and you knew exactly who they were. It was us vs. them, and it was clear who them was. Today, we are not so sure who the they are, but we know they’re there.” —