For Sarah Palin to campaign for a chicken hawk like Saxby Chambliss says a lot more about Palin than it does about Chambliss. It shows that Palin pallies around with people who shamelessly bask in hypocrisy… kinda like terrorists. I’m not saying she’s palling around with terrorists or anything like that — oh Heaven forbid! But . . . → Read More: Palin Slammed By Hometown Paper For Georgia Campaigning
Here is the official press release sent by the Los Osos Community Services District on November 29th:
November 26, 2008
On November 25, 2008, the United States Bankruptcy Court approved settlements of claims that had been asserted against the Los Osos Community Services District by Monterey Mechanical Company and Barnard Construction Company, Inc. These claims arose . . . → Read More: LOCSD Press Release – 11/29/08
Every year on Black Friday, we hear on the news about stories like these.
A Wal-Mart employee was trampled to death after hundreds rushed into a Wal-Mart in Long Island, New York. Meanwhile, in Palm Desert, California, two men were shot dead in a Toys ‘R Us after a heated exchange but that particular incident was said . . . → Read More: Black Friday Gets Even Darker
I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. Now is the time for all of us to sit down at the dinner table and reflect on the things that we are grateful for.
I can understand that the economy isn’t doing so well and many of us woke to news about the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving
Keeping Robert Gates as Secretary of Defense shows consistency and diversity in the Obama administration.
Obama isn’t the kind of person that will uproot already-serving individuals for partisan reasons, but at this point in time, whether you oppose the war or not is no longer a partisan issue. It’s an issue of logistics and whoever is . . . → Read More: Why the Gates Pick Works
I find that all this speculation — by people fearing that Obama won’t be encouraging change in his administration — of cabinet members is ridiculous. As he said today and as we should have known all along, change will be coming from Obama himself, not from his advisers.
Additionally, here you have someone who will be . . . → Read More: Obama Defends Cabinet: The Change Will Come From Me
This morning, I watched CNN Headline News cover the, “Thank You, Palin” PAC ad and then I read this article about her campaigning on behalf of GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss and Chambliss happily accepted her on board.
The GOP still doesn’t get it.
Here you have someone who has fought on behalf of what she calls “small . . . → Read More: Palin Going Back On Trail In Georgia
As Americans prepare themselves for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 27th, those who make the effort to encourage and enact the festivities are often reminded of the things we ought to be thankful for.
My love and gratitude goes out to my mother and father for doing their best to raise their only child. They were always . . . → Read More: My Pre-Thanksgiving Message and Proposition 8
Obama has selected a group of qualified individuals.
What I like most is that Obama selected New York Federal Reserve President Tim Geithner to be Treasury Secretary because he’s shown — through his previous experiences — to be more responsive to financial crises than Henry Paulson.
While Henry Paulson devised this $700 billion emergency bailout plan, he did . . . → Read More: Obama Introduces His Economic Team
Lieberman is someone who you can’t help but to take a deep breath, close your eyes and forget that he said anything for the last two years. As much as it pains me, someone who has supported Barack Obama throughout his entire campaign, to say this, I think we need to let go of Lieberman.
The burden . . . → Read More: Evasive Lieberman Discusses Regrets On "Meet The Press"