"On Topic" With Doug Krile

Friday, June 30, 2006

Plausible Commentary

There is a simply amazing little fantasy scenario buried deep in the piece linked below. Click and read.  It's all about the President trying to make nice with Democrats over Iraq.


'He acts less like the president than like the head of the RNC'



Liberal hawk Peter Beinart has a fascinating item in the upcoming issue of The New Republic in which he notes what many of us have recognized for a very long time: the Bush White House will always put political gain above everything else. Even winning a war. As Beinart sees it, conditions in Iraq are still [...]



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Paying Top Dollar For Leftovers

Yes, my friends, that's what we're burning in our cars.  Leftovers. Waste.


Gasoline - Only a By-Product?



This is very interesting. In The Real Economics of Oil, Sheldon Drobny sats that gasoline is really only a waste product from the refining process. The real profit is from products like asphalt, [...]



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Get Those Hip-Waders Ready

Looks like the big storms in the Northeast are here to stay.


Northeast storms tied to global warming 



Paul Epstein, associate director of Harvard Medical School's Center for Health and the Global Environment, said the Atlantic is warming faster than scientists projected even a decade ago, and he expects such storms as the one seen this week from Virginia to New York to become common. "Scientists and climatologists are looking at one another and we're just stunned because [...]



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Friday Night Poll Numbers

Pretty darn sorry, I'd say. No bounce here.


Good News Fails to Boost Bush



"A spate of good news at home and abroad has so far failed to boost how Americans feel about President Bush's job performance. Bush's approval rating slipped to 35% in a Time poll taken this week, down from 37% in March... Only 33% of Americans in the survey said they approved of [...]



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Chasing The Voting Machine Story

Mainstream media just isn't keeping up with the details.


San Diego Union-Tribune (Mis)reports Busby/Bilbray Election Concerns, Wednesday's Townhall Meeting (Which They Didn't Attend)



It's still remarkable how many in the MSM regard bloggers as "unreliable"...even as they get story after story wrong and/or report unsubstantiated, unverifiable nonsense as fact. I wrote early on in the Busby/Bilbray election results saga about AP (and all the rest) reporting that Brian Bilbray had won the election. They [...]



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Al Gore Truthifying

Speaking out.  Ouch!


Al Gore in Rolling Stone



Bush is insulated -- his staff smiles a lot and only gives him the news that he wants to hear. Unfortunately, they still have this delusion that they create their own reality. As George Orwell wrote, we human beings are capable of convincing ourselves of something that's not true long after the accumulated evidence would convince any reasonable person that it's wrong. And when leaders persist in that error, sooner or later they have a collision with reality, often on a battlefield. That, in essence, is [...]



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What Can Congress Do?

The "fast track" approach just seems a bit of a push, doesn't it?  Like trying to move too quickly.


Legal Expert: Congress Can’t Rubber Stamp Military Commissions Without Endangering U.S. Troops



Shortly after the Supreme Court issued its decision in the Hamdan case, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) went on television and said that all Congress needed to do was provide its “blessing” to Bush’s procedures. Many others, especially critics of the decision, have echoed Graham’s position. Today, Georgetown Law Professor Carlos Vasquez explained that things aren’t as [...]



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I Have An Idea

Let the Boy Scouts get some practice. Let them track down witnesses. Sheesh.


Guantánamo



Abdullah Mujahid is a detainee at Guantánamo who pleaded innocent and called four witnesses from Afghanistan to testify at his hearing. After several months, the tribunal president said they couldn't be found. Apparently no one looked very hard:The Guardian searched [...]



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Problems With The Plan

I assume the president won't get wind of this bit of news, since he's busy showing the Japanese Prime Minister around Graceland today.


Experts: U.S. is Losing War Against Terrorism



From the Cox News Service, 6/29/06: “WASHINGTON - The United States is losing its fight against terrorism and the Iraq war is the biggest reason why, a majority of American terrorism and national security experts has concluded. One participant in the survey, a former CIA official who described himself as a conservative Republican, said the war [...]



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Gonna Need A Scorecard

MSNBC's newly-placed GM, Dan Abrams, ain't wastin' time in making changes. Get your pencils out, kiddos.  Things are moving around.


Bye Bye Rita



So much for the god-awful “what’s the latest crime we can cover” Rita Cosby show on MSNBC. Thankfully, the network canned “Live and Direct” yesterday, and gave Cosby a chance to "anchor" their empty-headed "investigative" tabloid shows later in the [...]



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Brutality

Ugly. Horrible.  And it may be linked to the recent butal torture and murders of two U.S. soldiers.  Retaliation, perhaps.


U.S. Soldiers Investigated for Rape, Killing Female Iraqi



This is very bad, I sure hope it isn't true. Five U.S. troops are being investigated for rape and murder : 'Five U.S. Army soldiers are being investigated for allegedly raping a young woman, then killing her and three members of her family in Iraq, a U.S. military official said Friday. The soldiers also allegedly burned the body of the woman they [...]



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Fitz: Still Hard at Work

The subject hasn't come up for a while.  What's up with Fitzgerald's "spy outing" investigation?


After The Hoopla, Does Fitz Have Shooter In His Sights?



Read emptywheel’s latest summary of the Fitzgerald case over at DailyKos, which concludes that the fundamental truth of his investigation is that Dick Cheney authorized Libby and strategized with him to leak Plame's identity. How likely do you think it [...]



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Pay Attention Now

Got your "global warming" head still buried in the sand?  Come up for air long enough for something quite startling.


Science Friday: Slippery When Wet



From a mild winter in Greenland comes startling new data indicating that climate change and global melt may be even worse than we thought:  "In a way no one had detected, the warm water made its way through thousands of feet of ice to the bedrock -- in weeks, not decades or centuries. At the same time [...]



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America Divided

The gap widens.


Democrats Widen Lead Over Republicans in Battle for Congress



Voters increasingly see Democrats as the party best able to handle the top problems confronting the U.S., as Republicans struggle to hold their congressional majorities in midterm elections little more than four months away. Registered voters favor Democrats over Republicans in contests in their con [...]



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Happy Fourth of July

Here's your present from the GOP.


The American Values Agenda



Just in time for Independence Day celebrations and in an election year, the GOP's "Values Action Team" or VAT, announced its "American Values Agenda" this week to appease those voters who hold "American" values dear. I would have had quite a few more suggestions for our representatives in Washington, but apparently an amendment to ban pre-emptive war based on lies and an amendment to hold oil [...]



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Disaster In The Making

Absolute incompetence. 'Nuff said.


The stunning disconnect between DHS and law enforcement agencies



I know I should be accustomed to a high degree of administration incompetence, especially when it comes to domestic security, but this is just stunning. Nearly five years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, law-enforcement authorities around the country say Washington's efforts to share vital security information with them are in shambles. While police departments [...]



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NSA Phone Database

Maybe we didn't connect ALL the dots the way we should have.


The latest in...



The latest in the NSA calls database story - USA Today now says they're not sure about Bellsouth's and Verizon's involvement [...]



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Border Guards

Simply put, we just don't have enough National Guardsmen to send.  Either that, or there's not enough organization within the Bush Administration to coordinate the movement.


Bush Admin "Unable To Muster Even Half" Of National Guard Troops For Border...



The Bush administration has been unable to muster even half of the 2,500 National Guardsmen it planned to have on the Mexican border by the end of June.  As of Thursday, the next-to-last day of the month, fewer than 1,000 troops were [...]



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Fox News Tangles With Lott

Seems Mr. Lott kinda got the cart before the horse on the Supreme Court story. You'd really think a U.S. Senator would, at least, read a Supreme Court ruling before he goes on TV to talk about it. I'm guessing that he expected nothing but softball questions from Fox.  Ooops.


Lott: Supreme Court Decision Is ‘Ridiculous and Outrageous,’ Has Our Enemies ‘Laughing At Us’



Appearing on Fox News this afternoon, Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS) lashed out the Supreme Court, which ruled today that the Bush administration’s military commissions were illegal. Lott said the decision was “ridiculous and outrageous” and likely had our enemies “laughing at us.” Then he admitted he hadn’t read it. Watch it: Transcript: CAVUTO: President Bush says [...]



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Blog Ratings - Left vs. Right

Appears to mirror the decline in viewership of Fox News on television in the past year.


What’s that cool breeze I feel?



Something’s definitely in the air: "An odd thing seems to have happened to mighty right-wing talking head media juggernaut. They are still talking, but fewer people seem to be listening — at least on the Internet. Alexa.com, which is owned and operated by Amazon.com, tracks online usage for [...]



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Fair Warning

Here's the prediction from the right on how the administration will react to the Supreme Court ruling on Guantanamo Bay.  Just so none of you are blind-sided when it happens.


BUSH ON HAMDAN RULING



The ACLU is popping the champagne corks. But Andrew Cochran makes a prediction: The decision is actually a huge political gift to President Bush, and the detainees will not be released that easily. The President and GOP [...]



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The Secret Program That Isn't Secret

How can any members of Congress align themselves completely with the Bush Administration on the latest round of media bashing?  It's just SO transparent.


"How gullible does the administration take the American citizenry to be?"



Richard Clarke and his fellow terror error expert Roger Cressey have an op-ed in the NY Times today that examines the recent blow-up about monitoring money. That revelation has the entire GOP at war with the NY Times.  The answer to the question is that Bush and company think the American people are incredibly gullible [...]



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the Great Divide

Wal-Mart and politics. Just fascinating.


'Revenge of the Wal-Mart Voters'



You've no doubt heard about the trendy demographic sub-groups that political scientists get excited about. We've seen NASCAR Dads, soccer moms, office-park dads, security moms, wired workers, freelance evangelicals, and others. Ryan Sager, who is a conservative Republican, wrote a fascinating item this week about a sub-group I hadn't heard much about: "Wal-Mart Voters." I've heard that [...]



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The Al Gore Movie

Still doing quite well.  Unless you peruse some of the bigger conservative blogs. They've been claiming that "An Inconvenient Truth" has tanked in recent weeks. Oliver Willis digs out the numbers and retaliates:


Powerline - Still Clueless



Earlier this week when I took a swipe at one of the Powerline boys, some of you complained that I was just lashing out at them. But it’s beyond absurd that the mainstream press treats a bunch of yahoos who are wrong on everything like a bunch of acceptable figures to be listened to. Case [...]



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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Economics Of The Middle Class

In general, not doing so hot these days.  Care to find out why not?


YOYO Economics



Jared Bernstein writes about the fact that the U.S. economy has been growing at a pretty good clip lately but middle class incomes haven't benefited:This disconnect between productivity and living standards is one of today's most important, and most [...]



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Plenty of Quotes

Good Stuff.  Enjoy.   Or hate.


Video of House Dems taking on the Republicans over bogus NYT-bashing resolution


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The Basic Problem

For all those who fall outside of the "prosperous".  This is but one example.


Bush Is Faulted on Economy as Gasoline Prices Rise, Poll Shows



Like most other Indiana residents, Chris Burden voted for George W. Bush twice, mostly because he saw the Texan as someone with values similar to his own. Now, with his income stagnant and rising fuel prices making it harder to keep his Evansville lawn-care business in the black, Burden has soured [...]



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Still Finding Bodies

The great American tragedy that is New Orleans.


Bill Quigley | Ten Months After Katrina: Gutting New Orleans



Bill Quigley writes, "Still finding dead bodies ... vacant houses stretch mile after mile ... 200,000 have not made it back ... severe shortages of affordable housing ... levees are not yet as strong as they were before Katrina ... not a single dollar of federal housing repair or home reconstruction money has made it to New Orleans ... tens of thousands are waiting [...]



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No Union For You

And you.  And you.  And, yes, even YOU!


New Bush Rule Coming Prohibiting Many Workers From Forming Unions



Please read this Kos diary American Workers' Freedom to Form Unions Threatened Under Bush NLRB. "Supervisors" are prohibited by law from forming unions. Bush's Labor Board is about to issue a rule [...]



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It Must Be The Mold and Mildew

Or the leftover oil.  Or something equally nasty in the water. Whatever.  SOMETHING messed with this judge's head.


Katrina Looters Get 15 Year Sentences



This is just crazy. A New Orleans judge sentenced three people who looted liquor from a grocery store after Hurrican Katrina to 15 years in prison, saying he wanted to send a message...Compare their sentence to [...]



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Olbermann vs. O'Reilly

Again.  There was just TOO much Klassic Keith on last night's show.


Olbermann catches O’Reilly again



Telling viewers that Bill O’Reilly misrepresented viewer statistics, Keith Olbermann, anchor of Coundown with Keith Olbermann on MSNBC, explained that his audience has grown 37% while The O’Reilly Factor’s has dropped 20% in the same period. "Fox’s ratings are lower than they were five years ago. Bill-Oh, 267,000 of your nightly [...]



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Watching Arkansas

State Supreme Court decision getting some national attention.


Gay foster parents get backing of Ark. Court



The Arkansas High Court agreed with a lower court judge, on his ruling that “the state’s child welfare board had improperly tried to regulate public morality.” Arkansas cannot ban homosexuals from becoming foster parents because there is no link between their sexual orientation and a child’s well-being, the state’s high court ruled Thursday. The court agreed [...]



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Voting Machine Fraud

Do you trust those electronic voting machines?  If you do, this may challenge your faith a bit.


Lou Dobbs on E-Voting Security: 'Elections Can be Outright Stolen and No One Would Ever Know…It's Incredible'



...Until then, here's last night's Lou Dobbs, which I think was terrific. Be sure to watch it (or read it, transcript below the fold) until the end. Lou is gettin' angrier by the day…I posted the results of the "Quick Poll" this morning before leaving Los Angeles. In case you missed it, the question was "Do you believe that e-voting machines should be disallowed until their integrity can be assured?" The results… YES: 97%, NO 3%. Could America finally [...]



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Voting Machine Fraud

Do you trust those electronic voting machines?  If you do, this may challenge your faith a bit.


Lou Dobbs on E-Voting Security: 'Elections Can be Outright Stolen and No One Would Ever Know…It's Incredible'



...Until then, here's last night's Lou Dobbs, which I think was terrific. Be sure to watch it (or read it, transcript below the fold) until the end. Lou is gettin' angrier by the day…I posted the results of the "Quick Poll" this morning before leaving Los Angeles. In case you missed it, the question was "Do you believe that e-voting machines should be disallowed until their integrity can be assured?" The results… YES: 97%, NO 3%. Could America finally [...]



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Look Away. There's Nothing to See Here.

Except for body bags.  And the victims of war.


Quietly Into the Night



I've never been in the armed forces and I don't plan on doing so [the enlistment age was recently raised to 42]. I have no idea how things are normally done under "normal" situations of war, but this war we're in over there just feels wrong and I don't think I have to be a seasoned soldier to feel that way. I think torture and espionage happens everyday and in every war, but the way this administration has gone about handling just about everything is the coarse [...]



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The Real Baghdad

If you appreciate good writing, true "word pictures", this is for you.


"Fear and Posing in Baghdad" -The LAT should be proud of this reporting



Obviously someone - a reporter in the Times' Baghdad Bureau is named as contributing - ventured beyond the Green Zone for this accounting. Suhail Ahmad is very brave. I've tried to snip it down to the theme, but I strongly recommend reading the entire article.
Here's the thing: I don't think we' [...]



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Say What???

Oh, Tony.  Give me a break.


Snow: ‘I Don’t Think It’s Ever Been the Goal of the Administration to Expand Executive Authority’



During today’s White House Press briefing, Tony Snow insisted that the administration has not intentionally sought to expand executive power: QUESTION: Is this [Supreme Court decision] a setback in terms of the broader goal of this administration to expand executive authority? SNOW: I don’t think it’s ever been the goal of the administration to expand executive authority. [...]



By the way, check out our new poll over in the margin on the right side of the blog. It's shared with several other websites, so the results should be interesting.


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Just a Day Trip to Iraq

Including their own, personal, hunt for WMD.  Uh, guys, if you really DID find something, might this not be a little dangerous for civilians?  Not that you're likely to find anything.


Rep. Curt Weldon (R-PA) planned a personal WMD hunt



in Iraq with Rep. Peter Hoekstra (R-MI). The “congressmen planned to persuade the U.S. military commander to lend them the equipment and men to go digging by the Euphrates” for a cache of WMD believed to [...]



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Olbermann, The Times, And The Money Trail

If you're still siding with the President on the super-secret money tracking program to track down terrorists, you might want to take a couple of minutes and watch/read this. From last night's "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" on MSNBC.


Keith Strikes Back Against NYTimes Bashers



Keith takes on the SWIFT program and all that attack the NY Times. It may not have been such a secret after all. Count all the times Bush told the world that he was chasing down the terrorists money. Looks to me and Roger Cressey like there has been no damage done [...]



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Must-Hear Limbaugh Song

Rush fans, turn away NOW!  Or, at least, take your blood pressure medicine. What follows is a biting bit of satire, aimed right at good old El Rusho.  Tremendously well-edited in Rush's own audio.


Rush Limbaugh “Sings”



Heard this (courtesy of and created by WNNX-FM) on the way to work this morning and it’s HILARIOUS! I just had to share it with you all.[...]



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Supco Smackdown

Ouch!  Supreme Court delivers a solid left uppercut to the White House.


BREAKING: 5-3 decision, Supreme Court smacks down Bush over Gitmo detainees



More importantly, the Court held that Common Article 3 of Geneva applies as a matter of treaty obligation to the conflict against Al Qaeda. That is the HUGE part of today's ruling....This almost certainly means that the CIA's interrogation regime is unlawful, and indeed, that many techniques the Administation has been using, such as waterboarding and hypothermia (and others) violate the [...]



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The Teacher Shortage

So, why don't they want to be teachers? 


No Teacher Left Behind



The No Child Left Behind Act, signed into law by President Bush January 8, 2002 includes as one of its measures the standard to staff our public schools with "highly qualified teachers" by June 2007. The main difficulty with this is that school districts are suffering chronic teacher shortages across [...]



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Interior Indictment

Another Ambramoff casualty.


Interior Official Tied to Abramoff Will Plead Guilty



It looks like the Abramoff investigation is finally starting to crack open the Department of the Interior. Despite the fact that the Interior was Abramoff's playground, federal prosecutors working the Abramoff case hadn't taken down a single Interior official [...]



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Does Motivation Equal Votes?

That is the big question.  The research is in:


Democratic Base Is More Motivated, But Will They Vote This Fall?



Yes, the Democrats are inept at making the case why they need to be returned to power in Congress. But will they back their way into control this fall simply because they are not rubber-stamping Republicans? [...]



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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Jack Cafferty

Must-read profile.  Really.  Take a moment and read at least the summary.


Jack Cafferty Is "Not Some Hair-Sprayed, Programmed Anchorette," That's For Sure



"To watch Jack Cafferty in action on CNN is to see a 1930s celluloid character fitted improbably but neatly into [...]



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The Definition of "Leak"

We've commented before that it was pretty common knowledge after 9/11 that the United States would be keeping a close eye on international money trails, looking for possible terrorist connections.  That's why the entire "blow up" over the New York Times article is so puzzling.  It becomes even more so, with this news:


Bush administration previously told reporters FAR MORE about US efforts to track terrorist finances than the NYT reported last week



This is what we call explosive stuff. Reporters are coming forward to document just how much the Bush administration already told journalists about their supposedly super secret spying they do on financial records in order to catch terrorists. We now know that the Bush administration already told reporters FAR MORE about this program than anything the New York Times reported last week. Yet Bush and his surrogates are accusing the [...]



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Drawing the Political Lines

And opening the door wide to gerrymandering.


Supreme Court unleashes redistricting free-for-all



In a ruling on the constitutionality of a Texas redistricting plan, the Supreme Court said any state can redraw legislative districts any time. Until the Texas state legislature, led by governor Rick Perry and urged on by the late Tom DeLay, redrew Congressional districts in 2003, states had limited their gerrymandering efforts to once a decade following [...]



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Who's In Control Over There?

Really.  Who's calling the shots?  Looks to me like the bad guys are running the show in Iraq..


Democrats Need To Push Their Advantages And Seize Iraq Debate



Iraqi insurgent groups said today they would join reconciliation talks only if the government committed to withdrawing all US and British forces from Iraq in two years, thereby putting al-Maliki in the tough spot of having to offer the insurgents [...]



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The Gore Campaign

Not the one about Global Warming.  The one for the Presidency.


Evans & Novak Believes Gore Preparing for 2008 Run



While Al Gore has frequently denied plans to run in 2008 (while never totally closing the door), Evans and Novak do not believe him. While we obviously have reservations about everything they say, I just received today’s Evans-Novak Political Report, which leads with this: Former Vice President Al Gore is now raising money on the Internet [...]



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Breaking The Rules?

Or, just bending them?


Lavish Congressional Fishing Vacations May Have Violated Ethics Rules



Since 1996, at least 10 current and former lawmakers have attended an annual “Waterfall Fishing Tournament” at the expensive Waterfall resort in Alaska. Marketplace, which reported on this story yesterday, noted that the event benefitted a charity run by former Sen. Frank Murkowski (R-AK). Some facts on the trip: The trip was an opportunity [...]



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Making Your Vote NOT Count

Just one person.  That's all it would take.


Hacking an Election



Cybersecurity experts recently staged a mock election to test the vulnerability of electronic voting machines. According to the Washington Post, the results were not good: "they concluded in a report issued yesterday that it would take only one person, with a sophisticated technical knowledge and timely access to the software that runs the voting machines, to change the outcome [of a race]."  "The report concluded that the three major electronic voting systems in use have [...]



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The Global Warming Battle

Is it not somewhat surprising that you have Senators willing to jump on board this bandwagon at the same time the east coast is practically floating out to sea?  Guys, SOMETHING'S up with the weather.  This is not normal.  But, for the sake of argument, here's what they're claiming:


Senators Pounce on MSM Shilling for Gore's Lies



Al Gore is well known for his lies, the most recent of which are neatly comprised into a new science-fiction tale called "An Inconvenient Truth." The MSM, as is its wont, is shilling for the liberal Democrat, but a few Senators are pointing out the real inconvenient truth. "AP chose to ignore the scores of scientists who have harshly criticized the science presented in former Vice President Al Gore’s movie “An Inconvenient Truth.” [...]



And, the left responds. Quickly.


Senate Committee Launches Taxpayer-Funded Misinformation Campaign About Gore Movie



Your tax dollars are being used to fund a misinformation campaign about Al Gore’s movie, An Inconvenient Truth. Yesterday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works issued a [...]



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