This past week some interesting events occurred. First, there was a special election in Massachusetts and then there was the SCOTUS ruling that says corporate entities (and unions) can’t be limited in advertising bombing the electorate. That Scott Brown got… Continue Reading →
This is a mistake on the part of the Iranian government. It is understandable that they want to stop the demonstrations, but this tact will only harden both side’s positions.
The protestors in Iran do not want to go away. I’m am hoping that this does not end the same way Tianamen did; that government is not famous for their patience.
Around 6:30 AM Lily and I voted today. It’s going to be a long day and I can’t wait to see who wins.
Okay, I guess Bill Ayers 15 minutes are up. Now their linking Senator Obama with the PLO. Here is the appropriate response: The Obama campaign called Palin’s remarks “another recycled, manufactured controversy from the McCain campaign to distract voters’ attention… Continue Reading →
Those 17 not-enemy-combatants that Pakistan handed to the U.S.? An emergency motion blocking their release was granted to the administration. That’s not surprising; I expected that the administration would not have bothered with a court order. I mean, they could… Continue Reading →