Rick Warren asked:
“At what point does a baby get human rights in your view?” Continue reading
Time was, the Albany office of the Department of Motor Vehicles lived up to its stereotype: dingy, chaotic, and staffed with ornery people — or, to be fair, people probably rendered ornery by their dingy and chaotic surroundings. Continue reading
On Chris Matthews’ Sunday Gaborama, an icicle of insight:
Posted in Ethics & Values, politics
Tagged Caspar Weinberger, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Gerald Ford, high crimes and misdemeanors, Howard Fineman, John McCain, October Surprise, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan
Rep. Linda Sánchez makes a good case for it: Continue reading
The New York Times turns its beam on New York’s most powerful Congressmember today. And are they packing a SureFire C3 Centurion or what? Continue reading
Damn it’s done. The Senate overwhelmingly approved neo-FISA by a vote of 69-28.
41 votes? What the??? At least our Senators voted against it.
And so the telecoms are popping the corks, and here’s my fantasy of Pelosi and Reid explaining to us why the Fourth Amendment had to go the way of the dodo:
The boy wonder is facing the judge:
Efraim E. Diveroli, the president of AEY Incorporated, who is now 22 — was expected to enter a plea today in federal court in Miami, The Associated Press reports. He faces charges of fraud and making false statements to the United States Army in the course of procuring munitions for the government. Continue reading