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Politics Social/Culture

The Good Life

The “good life” was a definition that recently surfaced to the center of attention at a political online discussion in which conservatives used the term to describe what conservative politics offers… A chance at the “good life”. As one of the conservative participants put it so eloquently… “I prefer to live in a country, and […]

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Politics Social/Culture

Texas assessment of Academic Skills (TAAS)

Once again, I find myself rolling my eyes up at the sophomoric character of Bushes so-called solutions. This time it’s the overly obvious trick of lowering school standards so that even with a student body of drooling idiots the school can claim a stellar success rate. The Texas assessment of Academic Skills (TAAS) was championed […]

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Environment Politics

Bush’s Clean Air Act = 30,000 death per year

Hannity was interviewing (or should I say cross examining) Robert Kennedy Jr on the show the other day and Kennedy mentioned that according to estimates by the National Academy of Science, over 30,000 people will die each year from increases in pollution as a result of Bush’s so-called Clean Air Act. Let’s see, 3,000 people […]

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Noise Politics Rhetoric

Bush’s 2-Hour Show in Iraq Does NOT Send a Message to Iraqis

This is a quote from an anonymous Bush-fan on the Hannity discussion site a few days ago. Basically, President Bush showing up in Baghdad sends a clear message to the Butcher that while he can’t make public appearances anymore, the President of the United States could. …and my response: Bush had to sneak in, only […]