August 24, 2009

It’s Simple

The republicans would have you believe bipartisanship is their be all and end all. We want a bipartisan approach they cry over and over. The reality […]
August 21, 2009

Refresher

Number two man in the Senate, Jon Kyl of Arizona, announced today he’ll be hosting a “Refresher Day” for Senators and their staffs before Congress returns […]
August 18, 2009

Messages

There are many ways to send a message. You can make a call, write a letter, send a wire…oops that was in Grandma’s day, bless her […]
August 17, 2009

Truth or No Consequences

Last week I was concerned about the President citing support by AARP for healthcare legislation. Two days later the LA Times had a piece by Christi […]
August 15, 2009

He loves the Constitution

The President went to Montana for more discussions on health care. This is good. He is the best, most visible representative of health care reform. With […]
August 11, 2009

Dealing with AARP

The President made his case for health care reform today at a town hall meeting in Portsmouth, N.H.. He cited the reasons for reform, debunked misconceptions […]
August 10, 2009

Why Not More of This?

Dr. Dean appeared with Newt Gingrich on ABC’s Sunday morning show and did a credible job in the face of republican talking points designed to undermine […]
August 8, 2009

The Dog and the Butcher

A Saturday night animation from Jonathan Holt, “The Dog and the Butcher,” which answers the question, “would you eat it?” Enjoy.
August 6, 2009

No Links Today

Some observations and comments on a Thursday. Whereas the nineties were the age of “irrational exuberance” the oughts will be know as the age of “the […]