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SCOTUS to the Poor: You aren’t rich enough to vote

October 9, 2014


Thank you, once again, Supreme Court, for proving again that what passes for a Republican these days wholly believes that voting should only be a right for the “right kind” of people. SCOTUS Ruling Continues Stacking The Deck Against Democratic Voters Kudos to Susie Madrak for advocating the 11th Commandment.

Supreme Court Orders Voter Suppression: Poor Must Choose Between Work and Voting

September 29, 2014


If you still need hardcore proof that what passes for a Republican these days should never again control the White House or the U.S. Congress, you need look no further than that bastion of corporate Fascism, the United States Supreme Court. In a purely partisan vote (I know, shocking, right?), the Fascist Five on the […]

Which Mitt Romney do you like?

August 4, 2012


  It’s a busy Saturday and I have a lot of errands to do. So, for today, I’m just going to let Mitt Romney make my point for me. “I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country. I have had that position since the time that my mom took that position […]

Supreme Court did a grave injustice to the military and veterans

June 28, 2012


Okay … I’ll admit it:  This current embodiment of the United States Supreme Court has me completely baffled. They have ruled that corporations – even corporations known to have foreign owners and investors, often even from countries with which we’re  not on friendly terms – they can pump unlimited amounts of cash directly into the […]