Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Great Depressing

Yet he’s going to cave to the GOP — who will also be perfectly willing to watch our nation’s unemployed begin their lives anew in their cars and on the street — in extending the Bush tax cuts to millionaires.

State Of The SCOTUS

Our U.S. Supreme Court — that third, shadowy branch of government we all learned and believed was something quite different — is rotten, rotten to the core.

Handling The Truth

If another second-rate hurricane like Katrina skirts New Orleans again anytime soon, it could ring its death knell. You might have heard otherwise. That’s because you haven’t heard from Harry’s heroes.

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Thank You, Mr. Yarbro

Mr. Yarbro merely had to point around the room and have us … tell everybody where we came from and how we got there.

And You Will Atone!

People will get hired, money will get lent, taxes will get paid, prosperity will tinkle down when and if they damn well please.

Stopping START

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 14-4 in favor of ratifying New START. If the 111th Senate doesn’t ratify it, all that work goes for naught. The 112th would have to start over from scratch in January.

How The Dems Stole Christmas

An Ohio newspaper proclaimed GOP votes against unemployment aid extension. I don’t know whether they’re moaning or gloating, but either way, they’re wrong.

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Goodbye, Mr. Grayson

Grayson clarified for the Congressional Record on Wednesday what that would buy for individuals making an average of $1.4 million a year.