An Open Letter to President Obama from Michael Moore

Interesting points! Monday, November 30th, 2009 Dear President Obama, Do you really want to be the new "war president"? If you go to West Point tomorrow night (Tuesday, 8pm) and announce that you are increasing, rather than withdrawing, the troops in Afghanistan, you are the new war president. Pure and simple. And with that you […]

One in Eight Americans on Food Stamps

In a country as wealthy as ours it is a shame that the wealth distribution allows such an eventuality. We have structural defect in our brand of capitalism. NYTimes: Across U.S., Food Stamp Use Soars and Stigma Fades MARTINSVILLE, Ohio:  With food stamp use at record highs and climbing every month, a program once scorned […]

Obama is having the best first year of any president since Franklin Roosevelt. – By Jacob Weisberg – Slate Magazine

  Barack ObamaAbout one thing, left and right seem to agree these days: Obama hasn’t done anything yet. Maureen Dowd and Dick Cheney have found common ground in scoffing at the president’s "dithering." Newsweek recently ran a sympathetic cover story titled, "Yes He Can (But He Sure Hasn’t Yet)." The sarcasm brigade thinks it’s finally […]

Huckabee: Palin Has More Experience Than Obama (VIDEO)

  In an interview with Katie Couric, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee said he would "absolutely" vote for Sarah Palin over Barack Obama. In the primary, it would depend on the other candidates, Huckabee said. But "she has more management experience and executive experience than Barack Obama," he argued. Huckabee also compared gay marriage to […]

Perino: No Terrorist Attacks In America Under Bush

This is a classic example why FoxNews is not a news channel and why its listeners are so easily deceived. We all know the following occurred under Bush September 11th attack on the NY Towers and the Pentagon Anthrax attacks A few other domestic ones Dana Perino, recently nominated by President Obama to the Broadcasting […]

Senate Health Care Vote Saturday

  WASHINGTON — Democratic leaders secured the last two votes to move ahead on historic health care legislation, clearing the way for a Saturday night showdown on President Barack Obama’s top domestic initiative. In long-awaited speeches, centrist Sens. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas and Mary Landrieu of Louisiana said they would stand with their party and […]