Daily Archives: August 6, 2010
So, let me see if I have this straight?
We have been lied to about the safety of the scanners, the capabilities of the machines, the manner in which they would be utilized, and the purpose of them.
Our government is ignoring lawfully submitted pe… Continue reading
Property Rights and the Environment Our environment is one of the most important issues today. Unfortunately the calls for more government regulations ignore the fact that our government has the worst environmental record of all. Read More http://www.dlopezforcongress.com
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We've watched this story unfold and are quite taken by its admirable qualities. There is something amazing about watching so many important people come together to give so much money to worthy causes. That this cavalcade of generosity would be led … Continue reading
The BP story just keeps on getting weirder. First it was the most monumental crisis in the history of environmental pollution, and now, if reports are accurate, it is nearly nothing at all. In the meantime, the Obama Administration has attempted to shu… Continue reading
Today is the 65th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, and for the first time ever, the US government has sent an envoy to attend the annual ceremony commemorating the attack. Don’t hold your breath for an apology though. The US government sti… Continue reading
BOOM Via GayPatriot; GOProud Announces Ann Coulter to Headline Homocon 2010 in New York City For Immediate Release August 6, 2010 GOProud Announces Ann Coulter to Headline Homocon 2010 in New York City (Washington, D.C.) – Today, GOProud, the only national organization representing gay conservatives and their allies, announced that conservative author Ann Coulter is […] Continue reading
h/t a whole lotta awesome peeps; Via secularstupidest Time was when American media wore their biases on their sleeves. The history of media ethics shows this system of honesty in media bias, so common in the nineteenth century, giving way to the doctrine of “objectivity” early in the twentieth century. Media historians chart the zenith […] Continue reading
A closer race you couldn’t ask for. Dr. Dan Benishek running against Jason Allen for the 1st Congressional District in Michigan, was up by as little as one vote on Tuesday with both candidates declaring victory, and up by as many as 12 votes as of yesterday (I’,m hearing thru the grapevine that it may […] Continue reading
From the Washington Post:
It may not be the 500-pound “Frankenfish” some researchers were talking about 10 years ago, but a Massachusetts company says it is on the verge of receiving federal approval to market a quick-growing Atlantic salmon tha… Continue reading