South County Threatens Secession Over Trash?

I read in the Oakville Call last night that some residents of south Saint Louis County are so upset about a proposal to establish trash districts that they are considering breaking away from the county and forming a new county. The big fuss is that individuals will no longer have the ability to contract with […]

Himalayan Glaciers in Retreat

Going along with my Live Earth post a couple weeks ago, an article in the New York Times caught my eye regarding the melting glaciers in the Himalayas. Although there is not a lot of historical data to indicate whether or not the glaciers are retreating more than normal, the data that we do have […]

Live Earth Is On!

I’ve been checking out the Live Earth website and all of the different video feeds from all over the world. Like they said on the Live Earth Blog, it’s almost impossible to choose which concert to watch. Everything is so good! I’ve been flipping back and forth between all of the different concerts and have […]

Keith Olbermann Calls for Bush and Cheney to Resign

Last night, on the eve of our Independence Day, Keith Olbermann wrote a wonderful article for MSNBC stating all of the ways President Bush has failed us all in the last six and a half years. The final straw for Olbermann was Bush’s recent commuting of Scooter Libby’s prison sentence. In his article, he calls […]

Bush Steals Oscar from Gore

I saw this hilarious bit of humor on the Internet tonight. I wonder how W and his posse will pull this off. It’s only a matter of time. On a serious note, who out there thought Gore was about to announce that he was running for President? I’m supporting Obama this time around, but if […]

Obama ’08

Unless you’ve been buried under a rock since the 2004 Democratic National Convention, you have known that this day was inevitable. Today, from Springfield, Illinois, Barack Obama will announce his campaign to become the President of the United States. I have not been this excited about a candidate since Bill Clinton in 1992. Obama evokes […]

The Lazy Revolution Is Back!

After a two-month hiatus, the Lazy Revolution is back with more wit and wisdom and pokes and prods towards the conservatives of the world. The latest rant takes on the annoying political email forwards we’ve all seen over the last few years. It also has a great picture of TB’s dog driving him home after […]

Atlanta Politics

So, I was in Atlanta a couple weeks ago for work, and I was there the week of the primary or runoff elections for Congress. I remembered some great comments my brother made several months ago regarding Congresswoman McKinney. Well, we can all celebrate her loss and hope that someone with more intelligence and class […]

Proposition This, Proposition That

Okay, so I’ve been meaning to blog about this for quite some time. Being a relatively new California resident, I have noticed that the California State Legislature tends to push all of the tough political decisions back to the people of the state. I’m talking about the proposition process. A large number of propositions have […]

The Lazy Revolution

My buddy, Terry Brown, has a great blog about politics and basically any other topic that you could ever imagine. He’s a great writer, and his blog is entertaining to say the least. Check out the Lazy Revolution when you have a chance. I guarantee that you’ll enjoy it.

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