Monthly Archives: November 2011

Obama Delays Keystone XL

Ok, I’m not sure this is a good thing. By delaying the decision the President has temporarily shielded himself from backlash in 2012 by environmentalist and other core support groups. The explanation offered by POTUS is to explore alternate routing … Continue reading

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Mississippi’s “Personhood Amendment” fails at polls – CBS News

Thank God there is still some common sense even amongst the most conservative and right-to-life voters.  Maybe the GOP candidates need to rethink their position on and understanding of science. Mississippi’s “Personhood Amendment” fails at polls – CBS News.

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Iran worked on nuclear bomb design: U.N. watchdog | Reuters

This is really scary.  The U.S. is publicly denouncing any preemptory strike by Israel, however, behind the scenes my guess is that our leaders know that if any one is capable of taking this out, the Israelis are the ones … Continue reading

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Ellen DeGeneres named new global AIDS envoy

Is it nice to see that every so often we spend our foreign aide on something really meaningful.  Great chose to lead this effort Ellen DeGeneres named new global AIDS envoy.

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Fire Up my Spaceship -Huge Astroid is Heading this Way

With all the sensationalism of the daily news being dominated by politics and sex scandals on the job and in the Penn. State locker room, the biggest news story, a quarter-mile big, is an astroid is flashing by our planet. … Continue reading

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Unions, Dems win big in Ohio labor rights vote – The Hill’s Ballot Box

This was an important temperature of the climate of the current U.S. electorate.  I am glad the entire country has not turned to tea! Unions, Dems win big in Ohio labor rights vote – The Hill’s Ballot Box.

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Cain Pain

Herman Cain is continuing his every changing explanation of the sexual allegations against him.  The only thing worst than the allegations is that Cain has pulled out the race card while he and his confidants took to the air waves … Continue reading

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