Please share your Seminal story, or perhaps just a fond memory that sticks out in your mind.
|By: Jim Moss Friday October 22, 2010 7:00 pm|
Sen. Jim DeMint, the conservative and increasingly powerful Republican senator from South Carolina, introduced a bill Friday to strip federal funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) in the wake of National Public Radio’s decision to fire Juan Williams for comments about Muslims that he made on Fox News earlier this week.
|By: Jim Moss Thursday October 21, 2010 8:14 pm|
Last night, we shared what books we are currently reading. Tonight, I’d like to hear what you’d write about if someone gave you a fat check and said, “Write about whatever you want.”
|By: Jim Moss Thursday October 21, 2010 6:58 am|
Progressives have got to stop throwing stones at each other. If we disagree on strategy, fine. Let’s talk about it and reach consensus where possible, and agree to disagree where not possible. But let’s save our vitriol for the people and the forces that are willfully destroying this country and this planet for their own personal profit.
|By: Jim Moss Wednesday October 20, 2010 7:16 pm|
For a change of pace, let’s share what books are currently on our reading lists.
|By: Jim Moss Wednesday October 20, 2010 6:26 am|
Like the whole of mainstream media, CNN stinks and they know it. They are aware of how their shows distort the political reality and divide the American public at a time when we desperately need unity. But they still can’t help themselves. Let’s just turn them all off.
|By: Jim Moss Tuesday October 19, 2010 7:02 pm|
The official Vatican newspaper has declared that beer-swilling, doughnut-loving Homer Simpson and son Bart are Catholics — and what’s more, it says that parents should not be afraid to let their children watch “the adventures of the little guys in yellow.”
|By: Jim Moss Monday October 18, 2010 7:00 pm|
With one exception, none of the Republicans running for the Senate — including the 20 or so with a serious chance of winning — accept the scientific consensus that humans are largely responsible for global warming.
|By: Jim Moss Monday October 18, 2010 6:27 am|
There is great concern and potential for action on climate change in the general public. The problem is that most people feel that it’s the government’s job to change things, or that the individual citizen is powerless in the face of such a daunting challenge. With some fresh ideas and renewed efforts at coordination, I hope we can change that.