Archive for May 1, 2009
This ad for Scott’s “Songbird Selections” bird food is airing in my area.
Sorry Scotts, but I just can’t get my mind around feeding birds food made by a company that has built its fortune on killings things that grow.
Given Justice David Souter’s announcement yesterday that he will retire from the bench, the tired old phrase, “activist judges,” has already resurfaced.
Bear in mind that the definition of an activist judge is any judge appointed by a Democrat. Period. Judges appointed by Republicans, of course (I say in jest), are never “activists judges.”
Yeah, I remember — “fair and balanced” — lots of stories like this about what Laura Bush wore (not):
Some important perspective here, i.e., what Fox won’t tell you because above all else, the Obamas mustn’t be seen as good people.
What they don’t want you to know about May Day.
Bush the Liar issued this eloquent statement on June 26, 2003 — in commemoration of United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture — while his administration was torturing people.
We were right not to trust anything, anything that bastard said.
Looks like people get burned out on it after about a month.
“Carol Ann Duffy has been named as the new [British] Poet Laureate, the first woman to be appointed in the 341-year history of the post.”
April was Wall Street’s best month in nine years.
Think about that for a minute: All during the Bush administration there was never as good a month on Wall Street as last month.