Friday, August 17, 2007

Who Put Chertoff In Charge of the World?

I tell you this snooping and bullying and ninny picking has got to stop and we need to elect a Congress to make sure it does.

Speaking of Congress, where are all those Republicans going as they simultaneously slither off center stage anyway?

The Worst is Still to Come?

"The sector that will determine if the market is bottoming or not is the banking sector and we don't know how much damage has been done or to whom yet."

We've known this was comming down the tubes for a long time, that the only thing propping it up was the rest of the world's need to tiptoe around the exit rather than stampede through it.

Small wonder that Digby said "The elites are apparently fed up with the state of the country under George Bush."

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Forcing Good News Under the Wire

How common is it for the Washington Post to release the good financial news to offset the bad financial news of the day a half an hour before quitting time?

Rats, Ship

Color me suspicious for kenning this is little more than a flashy reseeding scam.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

We're All Lab Rats Now

Lest anyone get the idea that we should be afforded the most basic privacy rights because we are human, you should examine the eye in the sky.

via avedon

Flathead Dems to Explain Property Tax Rebate

Senator Dan Weinberg along with Representatives Mike Jopek and Doug Cordier will be at the home of the lovely Jo Ann Blake at noon on August 15 to explain how to cash in on the $400.00 property tax rebate.

I know that I don't usually get quite so vocal about local issues here, but I was recently confronted with an obvious right wing smear about how Governor Schweitzer wouldn't even compromise on property tax rebates.

Excuse me folks, but there truly does come a time, usually after you give up the idea that moving back in with your parents will solve your financial problems, that responsible adults do not carelessly spend money without making sure that money will be there.

That reminds me of the way our local Republicans took something like twelve votes statewide as some kind of mandate to abolish our public education system then hid like cowards to let Governor Schweitzer take the blame for what they did.

Something So Right

I can't explain it, but it seems like it should have always been this way


Tuesday, August 14, 2007

How About Those Healthy Forests?

I think I heard that the Jocko fire by Seely Lake was the number one priority in the nation.

Does anybody know how all the thinned out areas are comparing to the rest of it?

Most Astonishing Health Disaster of the 20th Century

This youtube video, informative as it is , is a production of Joseph Mercola of ehealthy News You Can Use and a first rate pit stop for all you Ron Paul followers out there.

The video and the newsletter are both worth a look, I'm interested in what your opinions on them are.