But they didn't, did they? Some succumbed to Lee Atwater's Southern Strategy; others became Reagan Democrats. Most watch Fox News now. Why?
https://youtu.be/5-pe0LvVqFg We've heard plenty about what may have happened when Occupy Las Vegas moved Downtown yesterday. I wanted to share with you what I thought was the most poignant part, which was the part that did not receive all that...
There is such a sad feeling in this country now that our government seems to have completely failed us. The Occupy Movement is the 99 Percenters Response to that failure.
Was such a horrendous act that could galvanize The West against Russia inevitable? Was it only a matter of time until a brutal, militaristic dictatorship such as Russia would go too far to get what it wants that it shocks the rest of the world into turning against it in unity?
When we last left Bob Woodward in The Perils of Bobline, he was tied up and left on the railroad tracks by the evil Snidely Obama who threatened him that if he didn't pay the mortgage, he would take away his publishing house and let the train run of media opinion over him.
Every Friday night, my Tivo fires up to save what is one of the best arguments for the existence of television, Bill Moyers Journal. As a human being and a journalist, Bill exudes the kind of integrity that has...
In their Class War against Americans, what the wealthy fail to understand is blowback. Once a democracy no longer serve its people, they stop looking to elections to solve their problems and take their destiny (and pitchforks and torches) into their own hands.
Can this country be all for everyone and no one has to pay taxes? Roads, schools, hospitals, parks to be built. Wars to be fought and the country to be defended. Don’t be mad at me, but I think I just sent you to the unemployment line and slashed your benefits.
America's failed war on drugs supplies an almost endless stream of inmates to these corporations. The more people these companies incarcerate, the more money these companies make. There is something fundamentally wrong with all of this.
I am writing this post to fulfill a promise I made to Kes awhile ago, but I think it will be interesting to a few. Sometime back in the early 1980's I was sitting in my office chatting with an...