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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion - Unless you live in Indiana.

Started by Neal. Last reply by JeanMarie May 10. 39 Replies

Indiana, being the Alabama of the north, is front and center this week. Governor with presidential ambitions Mike Pence signed into law the "Religious Freedom" act. Basically vilified by all those who are part of the thinking human race, it is just…Continue

Tags: pence, mike, freedom, religious, Indiana

The IPA and the Heartland Institute

Started by Davy. Last reply by Chris Jan 15, 2018. 1 Reply

Institute of Public Affairs.And Heartland Institute Link.From the AU's ABC.Last week's revelations about the Heartland Institute, probably the most…Continue

Tags: Institute, Heartland, IPA, Climate, Denial

Ethics? We don't need no damn ethics.

Started by Neal. Last reply by Chris Feb 15, 2017. 11 Replies

House Republicans secretly vote to gut Office of Congressional EthicsLet's get this party started! In a secret vote held behind closed doors…Continue

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The Proceeds of Corruption

Started by Davy. Last reply by Stephen Mar 2, 2014. 17 Replies

This is inside the former President of Ukraine Victor Yanukovich's residence.Here is another link to it from Lvivcafe.com  here …Continue

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China Launches Hypersonic Missile Test, Downplays Fears

Started by Davy. Last reply by Lester Unega Waya Jan 19, 2014. 1 Reply

China's recent test of a hypersonic vehicle should not unduly alarm the United States or any other nation, Chinese military officials say.The test of China's new "…Continue

Michigan Senators Write God Resolution

Started by Neal. Last reply by archaeopteryx Jan 10, 2014. 5 Replies

Ah, MI, so disappointing. My state has been hijacked by the reality challenged.Posted on January 8, 2014 by admin They’re back. All rested-up and ready to enact critical new laws and measures — Michigan legislators are raring to get down to the…Continue

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False News about Saudi Arabia & GCC

Started by Ali. Last reply by Chris Dec 18, 2013. 10 Replies

This Thread will be like filter for the news & videos about Saudi Arabia & GCC because there are a lot of false news about Saudi Arabia & GCC lately. I think this thread will help clarify many things ...Continue

Finally - Paul Ryan’s Worst Nightmare Comes True as Bernie Sanders Is On The Budget Committee

Started by Neal Oct 19, 2013. 0 Replies

Democrats finally getting a little feisty. This should send a message to the tea party crazies, "you bitches are done."By: Jason EasleyFriday, October 18th, 2013, 3:28 pmmore from Jason Easley…Continue

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Comment by Sydni Moser on September 14, 2011 at 12:02am

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Comment by Chris on September 13, 2011 at 10:16pm

What was the rest of Ron Pauls response? Was he allowed to answer, or did CNN just cut to a commercial break for some kind of health insurance company?

 

Comment by Adriana on September 13, 2011 at 3:44pm

I can't stand Ruben Diaz, he's a religious nut and a corrupt hypocrite, and he's obsessed with this gay marriage issue.

 

Democratic State Senator Robo-calling for RepublicanTurner in NY-9

Will a vote for gay marriage sink a Democrat in New York City?

6:47 AM, Sep 12, 2011 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
 

In a phone call going out to Latino households in New York's 9th congressional district, Democratic state senator Ruben Diaz slams Democratic candidate David Weprin and endorses Republican Bob Turner in Tuesday's special election.

In the robo-call, sponsored by the National Organization for Marriage and recorded in Spanish, Diaz denounces Weprin for his vote for same-sex marriage in June of this year. "David Weprin betrayed New York families when he voted to impose same sex marriage," Diaz says, according to a translation. "Weprin voted to impose gay marriage against the wishes of our community. Worse, he refused to allow the people of New York to decide this issue by allowing us to vote on marriage, as voters in 31 other states have been able to do. Our families face terrible consequences because of David Weprin. Join me, Democratic state senator Ruben Diaz, in supporting Bob Turner for Congress on September 13."

The Latino community in New York's 9th congressional district is sizable and could sway Tuesday's election. "There are around 100,000 Latinos in the district, of whom 40,000 are registered voters, including 27,000 Democrats, according to U.S. Census data and voter registration data," City Hall News reported recently. "For context, there are approximately 33,000 registered Jewish Democrats in the district."

A poll released Sunday night by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling showed that a plurality of voters in the district oppose same-sex marriage--45% say it should be illegal, 41% say legal, and 14% aren't sure. While 29% of all likely voters in the district said the issue of same-sex marriage is "very important" in "deciding who to vote for for Congress," 38% of Hispanic voters said the issue is "very important" to them.

Comment by Doone on September 13, 2011 at 3:09pm

Good reactions from both

PERRY: YEP, IT WAS WEIRD


Rick Perry on cheers for the death of a (hypothetical) 30 year old man without insurance: "I was a bit taken aback by that myself."


— Josh Marshall

09.13.2011 — 01:36 PM

SURPRISED TO HEAR THAT


Feinstein, Petraeus say it's time for war-time contractors to go.

 

Comment by Doone on September 13, 2011 at 1:43pm

Odd Lady Out of the Day

 

 

Odd Lady Out of the Day: First rule of bullet-proof glass: Protect the bagpiper at all cost.

 

Comment by Doone on September 13, 2011 at 9:57am

In your own worst enemy category - Democrats have this one wrapped up...

My Take on NY-9

Special elections are nothing but risk and pain for the incumbent party. The office holder usually resigned for some ugly reason that splatters onto the incumbent party’s candidate, the incumbent party is often a sclerotic and shortsighted enough to nominate a weak machine favorite who hasn’t ever participated in a contested election, tons of money is spent stupidly in a short period of time, and the national media makes the election into a referendum on some national issue that may have no bearing on the district’s politics. The campaign calendar is compressed, so a candidate who’s slow getting on his feet is doomed. In short, they’re a shitstorm that should be avoided whenever possible.

The media loves a resignation, and DC party leaders just want the noise to go away so they’ll short-sightedly push for resignation, but unless the guy’s been indicted, I don’t see the point. Are Democrats better off without Anthony Weiner in that seat? I doubt we’ll think so tomorrow morning.

The next time some fool sends a picture of his penis somewhere and you think that resignation is the best alternative, I hope you’ll remember the disaster in NY-9, the fact that Larry Craig didn’t resign, David Vitter’s easy re-election, and Charlie Rangel’s apparently successful quest to die in office.

Comment by Doone on September 13, 2011 at 9:45am

Think about this when President Perry assumes office - maybe Obama and his backtracking on Ozone rules won't seem so bad

Who Gets To Play The Role Of FDR?

Seth Masket claims that "the upcoming presidential election is the most important election in a generation":

The party occupying the White House when the economy does finally start booming will get the credit among the public for saving the country. It doesn't matter so much who was in power when the recession hit or whose policies helped or hurt the recovery. To a large extent, it's simply a matter of being in the Oval Office at the right time.

Comment by Adriana on September 13, 2011 at 9:43am

@Doone, well, glad someone is analyzing what's happening in the 9th district where I live :-(

Comment by Doone on September 13, 2011 at 9:34am

At least the Republicans in the debate last night were for getting out of Afghanistan 

 

Militants fired rocket-propelled grenades and light weapons. The Taliban claimed responsibility and said the U.S. Embassy was one of the targets. LIVE BLOG

Comment by Doone on September 13, 2011 at 9:32am

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans blocked an effort Monday by Senate Democrats to quickly pass a $7 billion aid package for victims of recent natural disasters like Hurricane Irene, tornadoes in the Midwest and the South and floods along the Mississippi, Missouri and other rivers.

On a 53-33 vote, the Senate rejected an attempt by Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., to bring up a bill that Democrats had hoped to use to replenish the Federal Emergency Management Agency's depleted disaster fund. Democrats needed 60 votes to advance the measure.

Reid said FEMA has spent almost $400 million in the past two weeks on emergency help like food and shelter following Irene and has only about $300 million left.

President Barack Obama on Friday asked Congress for $500 million to make sure the disaster fund doesn't run out of cash before the end of the month. He also officially asked for $4.6 billion for the upcoming budget year that starts Oct. 1.

Earlier Monday, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., said Republicans will attach a disaster aid package to must-pass legislation for keeping the government fully running past Sept. 30. That stopgap spending bill is likely to advance next week.

"They're playing around the edges of what really needs to be done," Reid complained, saying hundreds of millions of dollars is needed to rebuild places like Joplin, Mo., where a tornado in May destroyed more than 7,000 homes and 10 school buildings and killed 159 people.

 

 
 
 

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