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From The Onion:
Saying that she’ll be gone soon anyway so she might as well, Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann introduced H.R. 259: The Homosexual Decapitation Act, which would give the United ...
Surprise, surprise. Stupidity is alive and well in the racist wing of the conservative movement.
Eagle Forum’s Phyllis Schlafly is riled up about comprehensive immigration reform, and she has hardly been ...
The best of late night political humor via Daniel Kurtzman’s Political Humor.
"During a Senate hearing yesterday, Senator John McCain said it was too hard to always have to update ...
John McCain has finally had enough of his Republican teabagging cohorts, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.
In the latest expression of Republican frustration with conservative GOP colleagues, Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) ...
Democrats definitely have it easier when it comes to creating political ads. Unlike Republicans, they have no need to lie or exaggerate their opponent’s positions. They simply need to quote them and, presto, the damage is done.
I’m not sure if the line between ‘left and right’ or ‘fair and unjust’ has ever been as clear and well defined as it is now.
Beyond the rhetoric, the political BS, the lies – that is, the concerted effort by the right-wing noise machine to distort and misinform at every opportunity – is the very real progress made by the Obama administration.
You might want to send the following video to every conservative on your email list. It probably won’t change their minds but it will give you the opportunity to rub the truth in their faces while having them jump through hoops trying to explain why none of it is true.
Send it to every lib on your email list too. Three and a half years of dirt from the right can play havoc with one’s recollection of this guy’s accomplishments.
Amazing. The age of organ donors is being supplanted by technology and innovation which strives to perfect the science of lab-grown organs.
Some researchers are excited by the potential organ-building capabilities of three-dimensional (3-D) printers. These devices are modified versions of everyday inkjet printers that squirt living cells rather than drops of ink. Layer by layer, they can make three-dimensional structures such as organs and, as of September last year, the blood vessels they contain. [Anthony] Atala is developing this technique – he wowed the audience at a TED conference last year by printing a kidney on stage (although not a functional one). He says, “For the level four organs [heart, lungs, etc.], it’s just a matter of time,” says Atala. “We’re still a long way from full replacement, but I do believe that these technologies are achievable.”
In case you’ve forgotten the kind of campaigner Barack Obama can be, take a listen.
That’s some good stuff.
No one should take anything for granted in this election. One huge economic downturn in late October and a President Mittens becomes a real possibility. That said, one can’t help but be anxious to get Barack Obama back on the campaign trail to counter the barrage of lies and misinformation Republicans have been throwing out there for the last year. No one, Democrat or Republican, delivers a message better than this president…and it becomes a whole lot easier when he has truth and facts to back him up.
How good a campaigner is Barack Obama? Well, in the words of Ezra Klein, “That’s how he went, in four years, from Illinois state senator to first African-American President of the United States.”