Saturday, August 12, 2006


Less propaganda, more answers

By Patrick J. Buchanan

As usual, Buchanan demonstrates he's the smartest pundit alive.


Christian religious extremist. Often a person who believes in forcing a right-wing Christian agenda on the rest of the world. Also known as a 'fundamentalist' or more recently 'evangelical'.

Since many Christofascists bristle at the term 'fundamentalist' there has been a movement to get the media to refer to them as 'evangelicals.' However the term 'evangelical' is a misleading one as many Christian sects are evangelical in nature and not all evangelical Christians have such extreme views or political agendas. Christofascist is a more descriptive term for these right-wing extremists.

Christofascists urge museum to hide man's ancestors

FBI - “No hard evidence connecting Bin Laden to 9/11”

We only have the word of a serial liar and his Likudnik henchmen.

Wake Up America!

Pat Roberts - "the Enabler"

The Senator from Jesusland is an enemy of democracy, and the main reason Duh-bya gets away with his criminal assault on the Constitution - Vote Incumbents Out!

What is Left? What is Right?

Does it Matter?

A collection of articles written by some of the brightest from both sides of the political aisle - well worth taking the time to read them all.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Lawyers group condemns Bush's abuse of Constitution


The American Bar Association on Tuesday approved a resolution condemning President Bush's practice of writing exceptions to legislation he signs into law.

Delegates, representing 410,000 members, at the ABA's annual meeting approved the resolution objecting to any president using bill signing statements as a way of diluting or changing laws rather than using an outright veto.

Bush has vetoed only one bill, on stem cell research, but written exceptions to some 800 legislative provisions, more than all previous presidents combined.

The Bush statements say the president reserves the right to revise, interpret or disregard measures on national security and constitutional grounds.

"The constitution says the president has two choices: either sign the bill or veto it. And if you sign it, you can't have your hand behind your back with your fingers crossed," said Michael Greco, the ABA's outgoing president.

A call Tuesday to the White House was not immediately returned.

The bar delegates urged Congress to require the president to promptly submit copies of any signing statements, along with a report giving the legal basis for his objections.

The resolution also proposes that Congress create a system allowing courts to review any claim by the president that he has the authority to disregard or decline to enforce a law he signs or interpret the law in a different way than Congress had intended.

Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., submitted a bill last month seeking to ensure that signing statements aren't used to rewrite legislation or veto parts of bills.

Copyright © 2006 The Associated Press

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Christian Zionism

^ This vampire wants the blood of your children, his insane, apocalyptic religion demands that mankind be sacrificed over the 2000+ year old hallucinations of a heat stroke/ergot victim.

The Power of AIPAC

A Moment of Zen

See also, Christian Terrorism.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

American Zionism -- the Real Problem

A well written series of articles by Edward Said - even though they are now five years old they are still pertinent to the current situation in Gaza and Lebanon.

Throw off the yoke America - Vote Incumbents Out!

Monday, August 07, 2006

Impeachment Road Map

^ Poor, poor Byron - he looks soooooo sad.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Iran: The Next War

"Jesus put MY OIL under Iran."