Monthly Archives: April 2007

Speaking Out

An e-mail sent to NPR’s Morning Edition, Talk of the Nation, and local affiliate WBEZ: Subject: Republican Talking Points How often are people upset about something they hear, see, or read in the media versus how often do they write … Continue reading

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Mel’s 30th Birthday

Below is a slideshow of the 40 photos. Click here for the original page (opens in new window). No iframe support

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Easter 2007

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Jenny’s 3rd Birthday

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Pictures Update

Posted pictures of Jenny Mckernan’s Third Birthday, Easter 2007, Melody’s Thirtieth Birthday These will require FlashPlayer.

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Costs of Government Programs
Part 2: Iraq

From a recent quotes roundup, this should sum up everything you need to know about Bush and the unaccountable republicans: TED KOPPEL: [Y]ou’re not suggesting that the rebuilding of Iraq is going to be done for $1.7 billion? ANDREW NATSIOS … Continue reading

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Part 2: Iraq

Costs of Government Programs
Part 1: Medicare Part D

Yes, this is the program in which the republican congress wrote into law that the government could not negotiate with pharmaceutical companies for lower prices. You would think that as part of their fiduciary responsibility the Congress would require the … Continue reading

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Part 1: Medicare Part D

Global Warming

Bush, Cheney and the rest putting their fingers in their ears while yelling “La la la la la . . . “ Nation readers don’t need me to tell them how frantically the Bush Administration tries to avoid both transparency … Continue reading

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Justice Denied

Late last year, someone fired eight US Attorneys (USAs). I say “someone” because no one will own up to it (shocking, I know, from the administration of personal responsibility — I guess it’s not personnel responsibility). Funny, but the president … Continue reading

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Some Things to Watch

Bush is turning the Executive Branch into a Soviet-style party apparatus. The current case has to do with the Justice department, but this is not an isolated incident (just as the Bushies wrongly claimed Abu Graihb was).

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