Obama’s DOJ response to EFF’s lawsuit

Glenn Greenwald discusses here. I would also like to proudly say that I am a member of EFF.  Please visit their website to see more about them. A government of the people, by the people and for the people should have nothing to hide from the people.  It also should not be allowed to destroy […]

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Most Prophetic Album

“The Times They Are A-Changin’” by Bob Dylan “Come gather ’round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You’ll be drenched to the bone. If your time to you Is worth savin’ Then you better start swimmin’ Or you’ll sink like a stone For […]

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Glenn Beck’s 9-12 Project

Here. I cannot think of anything more ridiculous than wanting to be back (in spirit or otherwise) at the day after the attacks on the World Trade Center. In response to Beck’s 9 Principles and 12 Values: Principle 5 – Ask Dick Cheney, David Addington, John Yoo and George W. Bush for their opinion on […]

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What’s truth is true.

“We are now, there can be no doubt, in the final historical seconds of that crisis – a crisis that involves the end of history, our departure from the planet, the triumph over death, and the release of the individual from the body. We are, in fact, closing distance with the most profound event a […]

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Red Cross on Bush-Cheney Torture Regime

Andrew Sullivan has this.

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I guess you have to commend Clinton for not beating around the bush with China.  She has made it perfectly clear that we as humankind would prefer to fix the economy rather than human rights injustices. The end to Gitmo was rhetorical.  The American era of torture and violation of human rights lives on in […]

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Allow me to take a few seconds to tell you about my new favorite band: Dungen. I only have listened to “4.”  However, from that record, alone, I can tell that this is a band who understands what I subscribe to, musically.  A touch of metal, a touch of jazz, infectiously peculiar melodies, and other-worldly […]

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This is not a joke

This is really happening. Whoops.  In the words of Urkel, “Did I do that?”

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Government to keep track of $787 Billion?

NYTimes. Honestly?  Truly?  Without bending the truth even a little?  Without even saying, for my own humble example, that 1 million went to infrastructure in, say, New Jersey, when, really, it went to a unfair, over-inflated, non-competitive contract bid?  Impossible. Still, naive as it may sound, at least there is an attempt to be transparent. […]

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“Legend Of A Girl Child Linda” by Donovan

“I will bring you gold apples and grapes made of rubies That have shone in the eyes of a prince of the breeze. Bright cascading crystals, they danced in the sand dunes On the beach of no footprints to harpsichord tunes. A throne of white ivory, a gown of white lace Lies still in the […]

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