You’ve gotta feel good for Big L.C., as he’s known. Watch this!
The only thing that remains is to figure out how society might better serve those in tough straits who don’t have such blankets.
Some think the solution is to get rid of the estate tax on billionheirs, squeeze the social safety net, shutter [...]
If there’s a primary, I will be neutral.
Until then, I’m a proud contributor to READY FOR HILLARY.
Has the country ever had a potential candidate more prepared and qualified?
Of course, not everyone feels this way.
Just as there are folks who see President Obama as a weak (yet over-reaching) Kenyan Marxist Muslim [...]
How one longs for the days of nonpartisan Justices making wise decisions. Very hard to see Bush v. Gore as having been such a decision. And once Bush was installed and moved the Court further right, we got this: Five minutes from Jon Stewart guaranteed to make you laugh and cry.
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Most of us are too busy just trying to get our Outlook syncing properly or making ends meet to be able to feed the kids and get them to the dentist to accept responsibility for the future of humanity.
And yet . . .
Ricky Jay is a genius. (I have a great Ricky Jay story to tell you, but you’ll have to beg for it.) Jimmy Fallon is fantastic. And here they are together. I love this three-and-a-half-minute clip. (If you have another five minutes, watch the interview that precedes the trick. Fun!)
Following up on the Fox News chart that showed 6 million sign-ups as falling roughly two-thirds short of goal, esteemed reader Dennis King sends along what he calls this “Updated Chart from Faux News” (actually, he just dummied it up himself):
☞ Here’s a site that seems to specialize in tracking the [...]
Want to feel good? Take three minutes to watch this overview. All Americans should feel proud of, and heartened by, the progress we’ve made.
But first . . .
With yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling, the $123,200 you were planning to contribute to federal candidates and committees this 2013-2014 cycle goes from being “all you can legally do” to “chickenfeed.”
The limits on giving to individual candidates or committees remain unchanged; but the aggregate limits ($48,600 to all [...]
Thanks to John Mauldin (and Plutarch) for this:
“An imbalance between rich and poor is the oldest and most fatal ailment of all republics.” – Plutarch, Greek historian, first century AD
Someone should tell the Koch brothers.
If today’s Republicans get their way, they will lower the estate tax rate on billionheirs — to zero [...]
But first . . . this chart perhaps says it all about FOX News:
If it’s not immediately clear why this graphic is not “fair and balanced,” click here. And by the way? With all the folks rushing to make yesterday’s deadline, and still in process this coming week, it’s not inconceivable we’ll actually [...]