November 25, 2010

Thankful?

Why am I finding it difficult to be thankful today? Could it be: A republican House of Representatives that wants to increase the national debt by […]
November 8, 2010

Senior Moments

It appears voters over 65 years of age displayed a lot of love for republicans in the last cycle. Voters over 65 favored Republicans last week […]
November 3, 2010

Mo Morons

America has reviewed the commercials, read the handbills, misunderstood the facts, chosen easy over complex and concluded the Democrats should have done more in the past […]
July 24, 2010

Saturday the 24th

I was surprised by Ed Schultz’s appearance at Netroots Nation. As I listened to his presentation I was struck by his over the top approach and […]
July 19, 2010

Tales of What and Who

It is plain the republican party is not interested in discussing issues as we approach Election ’10. It’s no surprise really, they’ve been not discussing issues […]
July 4, 2010

July 4th Enthusiasm

It’s Independence Day, a happy time for America. There are some, a vocal minority, who believe it’s a not so happy day. These are people unhappy […]
June 17, 2010

Time for a New Image

Finding their image despoiled by insult yelling protesters and belligerent rhetoric The Tea Party has quietly begun looking for a new name. Spokesman for the group, […]
June 16, 2010

Idiot Idea of the Day

The Wednesday version comes from Utah’s Orrin Hatch. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has proposed an amendment to the jobs bill requiring that recipients of unemployment insurance […]
June 2, 2010

Quote of the Day

The Quote of the Day comes from Steve Benen’s Political Animal at The Washington Monthly. CNN’s handling of a Palin tweets and facebook postings gets his […]