I thought the goal of the Obama Administration was to bring unemployment numbers down, not add to the problem. Why is President Obama trying to urge Governor Paterson not to run for election? DId they not learn from the whole... [Read more]
This just in!!!! Breaking news!!!! The US has been in a recession since December 2007. Shocking, I know. But somehow the idea that we've been in a recession since December 2007 being breaking news seems a tad bit oxymoronic. Or... [Read more]
Since Senator McCain has taken to making rash policy decisions in the middle of debates to try to get someone, anyone to seriously contemplate voting for him, thought I'd give him a hint about how to earn my vote. Meet... [Read more]
As a Hillary supporter, I've dealt with my share of disappointments this election season. I know there are many disillusioned and angry Obama supporters right now who may appreciate some tips on working through the anger. In the spirit of... [Read more]
Howard Dean found out about the horrors of sexism in the media during the campaign at the RBC committee meeting. Appaently he doesn't watch cable news and was wholly unaware Hillary had been the subject of sexist attacks in the media. Or perhaps... [Read more]
There once was a race between three candidates. Hillary was the power walker, Obama was the skate boarder and McCain was McCane on a cane limping because half of his base regarded him with scorn and distrust. Hillary and Obama... [Read more]
Hillary took her speech last night to speak for the 18 million people who've supported, campaigned for her and care passionately about her goals. If you take a look at the segment of the speech "What does Hillary want?," it... [Read more]
By Jane Mayer of the New Yorker. If you are wondering how far PBS is willing to go to placate David Koch to keep their funding? It gives you a look into the special documentry "Citizen Koch" and its fall out. The program was never aired except at Sundance. David Koch resigned from WNET on May 16th.
Syrian rebels under siege in a strategic city on the Lebanese border are increasingly turning to social media to wage psychological warfare, according to Vocativ analysts monitoring the region.
The town of Al Qusayr has become ground zero in the war between rebel fighters on the one side and the joint forces of President Bashar Al Assad and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah on the other. Some of the most intense fighting has taken place there over the last few days. The New York Times reports both sides consider this battle a turning point in the larger civil war that has been raging for more than two years.
A cheap regimen of vitamins in use for decades is seen by scientists as a way to delay the start of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, a goal that prescription drugs have failed to achieve. / Drugmakers including Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Pfizer Inc. (PFE) and Eli Lilly & Co. (LLY) have spent billions of dollars on ineffective therapies in a so-far fruitless effort to come up with a treatment for dementia and Alzheimer’s. / Now, in the latest of a steady drumbeat of research that suggests diet, exercise and socializing remain patients’ best hope, a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that vitamins B6 and B12 combined with folic acid slowed atrophy of gray matter in brain areas affected by...