The video embeded at the bottom of this article and posted on the frontpage of http://congressmanwithguts.com may be the best corporate television interview ever. Not the funniest or most entertaining, but the most willing to directly and clearly expose the most forbidden topics and insist on the most needed changes in perspective.
|By: Josh Mull Sunday May 30, 2010 9:00 am|
The Cost of War has hit $1 trillion. Are you getting what you paid for?
|By: truthexcavator Saturday May 22, 2010 6:56 pm|
Calls for cutting the pentagon budget are finally being heard, forcing the politicians in D.C. to address the critical issue of military socialism.
|By: imperial Thursday May 6, 2010 7:30 pm|
We all know that there has been a fight brewing in the Senate over Audit the Fed. A small band of Senators has been fighting to expand the power to audit the fed. However, Bernie Sanders, who with Demint spearheaded this policy, has betrayed transparency.
|By: Scarecrow Tuesday May 4, 2010 2:56 am|
Sometime Tuesday the Senate may take up an amendment to the Senate financial reform bill that would require the Government Accounting Office to conduct an audit of the operations of the Federal Reserve. The outcome is much in doubt, but it shouldn’t be.
|By: livingliberally Wednesday April 28, 2010 7:39 pm|
Fresh off a debate in LA with George W. Bush (played by Laughing Liberally vet James Adomian), Congressman Alan Grayson offered a message to the good people of Living Liberally.
|By: jamess Wednesday April 7, 2010 1:24 pm|
During the 2000 debates, George W. Bush spoke at a sixth-grade level (6.7) and Al Gore at a seventh-grade level (7.6).
In the 1992 debates, Bill Clinton spoke at a seventh-grade level (7.6), while George H.W. Bush spoke at a sixth-grade level (6.8), as did H. Ross Perot (6.3).
Voltaire was the most famous man of the 18th century.
Today the most famous “person” is Mickey Mouse.
America the Illiterate
Chris Hedges — Nov 10, 2008 (pg 2)
I think, I’m detecting some sort of trend here …
|By: marinara Monday April 5, 2010 11:45 am|
Alan Grayson uses the race card to bash people critical of Obama. We know that this isn’t right.
|By: sluggahjells Friday March 26, 2010 5:19 pm|
Only two things are tolerable right now from the disgrace that is the Minority House Whip and his anecdotal gunshot lies. Say you’re sorry or say goodbye to your position.
|By: letsgetitdone Monday March 22, 2010 6:48 pm|
It looks like the Democratic Leadership will get its wish, a sprawling “health care reform” bill, mostly focused on changes to the health insurance system that deliver many millions of new customers to the health insurance industry. The Democrats are making many upbeat claims about this bill, calling it historic and claiming that it will produce affordable “universal” health care coverage for Americans, and for 32 million more than are covered by insurance today, while blithely ignoring the contradiction between these two statements. There have been many recent analyses of these claims, and I won’t add another one here. The analysis of the FDL team authored by Jane Hamsher, contrasting mythical claims about the pending bill with “the truth,” is the best of the analyses of the bill I’ve seen in the past few days.
So, assuming that the Leadership’s HCR legislation passes the Senate and moves to the President’s desk for final approval, I’d now like to look forward and ask where the Democrats stand politically in the wake of their nearly one year investment in painstakingly crafting their “health care reform” bill. To put it crassly, what will they have to run on that means something to most, or, at least, a large number of voters?