about being liberal or conservative anymore y'all. That is a hype offered by the fascist whores who want to confuse the people with lies while they turn this country into an aristocratic police state. Some people will say anything to attain power and money. There is no such thing as the Liberal Media, but the Corporate media is very real.
Keith speaking about the pathetic Fox news and Sean Hannity falsely smearing the Democrats on the
death of a man who was murdered in a robbery. Fucking assholes.
And then came Sean Hannity. I have mentioned before that I used to know him. I used to work in a
radio studio adjoining his a New York City and that he marveled to me about how seriously people
took what he said and how anybody thought it was anything more than a job to him and how they would
expect that he hated me when I would slam him when in fact the publicity would increase his ratings
and he said with a laugh all he cared about were his ratings.
Sunday, 21 May 2017 at 14h 55m 57s
A Netherlands Documentary
Saturday, 20 May 2017 at 13h 28m 22s
We need to be our own superheroes
Friday, 19 May 2017 at 19h 25m 6s
If you want to do a google on this corrupt pathetic bastard, Click
here and then Click here for just one in a copious selection of how pathetically corrupt and
unpatriotic this Senator from Kentucky truly is.
I mean just look at this frowning scowling face below. Isn't that creepy? If you can read faces,
this face says all you need.
He looks like he's sad about the path he has lead to this point in his life if you ask me. I imagine
the thought processes this man makes on a regular basis. For example:
McConnell: "I am so sorry cruel world, but I have compromised my values in exchange for
money for so long that I no longer connect with reality, and so when I consistently do
anti-democratic, anti-American actions, I have to frown, because I am extremely sad about the
devastation I consistently do to both my integrity and my soul."
Maybe I am wrong. Maybe.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 at 20h 1m 14s
The Declaration of Independence in Song
This is the 5th dimension released in 1970. One year after I was born.
When I was in 6th grade, my history teacher had his class memorize and sing this song to a record
that he would play in his classroom and have us all stand and sing. Every single student. We would
all stand up at the end of almost every single day in the 2nd semester next to each other singing
this song. All of us still live to this day with this memorized in our head as a result.
Thank you Mr. Chapman.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 at 20h 7m 15s
Cenk in raw form
I love Bernie Sanders.
I love Bernie Sanders.
I love Bernie Sanders.
Gee, I wonder why Bernie is hovering at 80% approval rating among Democrats ... and you guys are
hovering in the bushes.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 at 19h 21m 11s
Today's Keith O
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 at 19h 6m 27s
Rule number one: Rethuglicans always accuse the perceived opposition party of the things they do
Rule number two: Rethuglicans make insignificant issues appear heinous and immortal when they
themselves do so many things at far worse a degree than the entire sum of all collective petty
bullshit they accuse the perceived opposition party of doing.
For instance, (although I am not a fan of Bill Clinton) the Rethuglicans actually wanted to impeach
Bill Clintion in 1998-99 because he lied about a blow-job.
I suppose it's different when the Rethuglicans are lying about a war, or lying about a policy that
will hurt the vast majority of American citizens, or lying about their deep involvement with foreign
oligarchs. Now I say this but there were (and are) a lot of DINO's out there (Democrats In Name
Only) who pretend to be an opposition party and saddle up with the Wealthy Donors, uttering a lot
of golly-gee's and pleas for
Look, if one group is pack of pathetic un-patriotic liars, bi-partisanship is bullshit.
When the principles and freedoms of our nation and constitution are at stake, what the corporate
bi-partisanship is just more compliance ad nauseum.
Those Hillary emails were just soooooo scurrilous, don't you see. Mike Pence's emails however --
not so much. Funny, Hillary
seems to not have actually broken any laws, despite the hyperbolic hysteria of the Rethuglican
talking points. Whereas that cannot be said about Donald Trump or Mike Pence.
Will it be President Ryan in the not so distant future?
Monday, 15 May 2017 at 19h 15m 46s
Reverend William Barber
This is speech by Revered William Barber, a minister heavily involved in the push back against the
anti-democratic actions of North Carolina Rethuglicans.
In the voting rights case, a unanimous panel of the 4th Circuit on July 29 agreed with allegations
from the Justice Department and civil rights groups that North Carolina's bill selectively chose
voter-ID requirements, reduced the number of early-voting days and changed registration procedures
in ways meant to harm African Americans, who overwhelmingly vote for the Democratic Party. "The new
provisions target African Americans with almost surgical precision" and "impose cures for problems
that did not exist," Judge Diana Gribbon Motz wrote for the panel. "Thus the asserted justifications
cannot and do not conceal the state's true motivation."
But rest assure, these vultures will never give up. They cannot be turned away from the dark side.
Supreme Court chief justice John Roberts made sure this was clear when he wrote:
“Given the blizzard of filings over who is and who is not authorized to seek review in this Court
under North Carolina law, it is important to recall our frequent admonition that ‘[t]he denial of a
writ of certiorari imports no expression of opinion upon the merits of the case,’ ” Roberts wrote.
And North Carolina state Rethuglicans definitely got the message
The state legislature’s top Republicans, House Speaker Tim Moore and Senate leader Phil Berger, said
in a statement that they would enact a new voter-ID law.
“It is unconscionable that Roy Cooper and Josh Stein — who ignored state law and flouted their
conflicts of interest to kill voter ID in North Carolina — have now caused the vast majority of
voters who support voter ID to be denied their day in court,” Moore and Berger said in a statement.
“In light of Chief Justice Roberts’ statement that the ruling was not based on the merits of voter
ID, all North Carolinians can rest assured that Republican legislators will continue fighting to
protect the integrity of our elections by implementing the commonsense requirement to show a photo
ID when we vote.”
[SOURCE:Robert Barnes | Washington
Post | 15 May 2017]
Oh such false self-righteous infamy. It is apparently "unconscionable" to detest voter suppression.
do "ignored state law and" flout "conflicts of interest to kill" voter suppression disguised as
Voter ID laws, despite "the vast majority of voters who support voter ID" because they are
brainwashed about the myth of voter registration fraud; a fraud that is so rare, less than 100
found to be even pursued in all 50 states by a New York
Times investigation back
in December. And here is the Washington Post about 9 thorough investigations of voter fraud that found
In Kansas, the Republican secretary of state examined 84 million votes cast in 22 states to look
for cases of duplicate registration. The project yielded 14 prosecutions, representing 0.000017
percent of the votes cast.
In 2011, Wisconsin authorities charged 20 people with fraudulent voting in the 2008 elections.
Most of these were felons who were ineligible to vote.
[SOURCE:Christopher Ingraham | Washington
Post | 25 January 2017]
You wanna strip voting rights for upwards of 10,000 people because of 30 votes you think might have
been fraudulent? Puh'lease.
It goes without saying that the number of allegations local authorities are investigating, in
reality involves a much smaller percentage of cases that are actually
persecuted because most of the time there is either nothing illegal that occurred or these were
felons who didn't realize they were not allowed to vote. People move
and their name is still on the old voting registration in another country or state. Doesn't mean
they actually voted twice. A mother signed her daughter's affadavit because she was outta town for
a week. A small business owner prefers to vote at polls next to his business because it is easier
than where he lives in the suburbs. The votes were legitimate, and no one voted twice. Yet have
them try to explain why they consolidate polling areas in poor districts with large numbers of
Democratic voters so that voting sometimes takes hours and they have to wait in long lines. What's
that have to do with the mythical fear of those miscreant illegal voters?
Don't let common sense stop the Rethuglicans from enacting draconian laws that
will restrict 10,000 times more voters. They are fiends bent on destroying democracy so in order to
fight flies, they want to bulldoze the entire
neighborhood and poison the aquifers.
72.11 down to 68.47 percent Caucasian, with a nearly 4 percent jump in Hispanic population. Hmm.
Click here for a cool
graphic of population distribution throughout the state. The state has 9,535,000 people. Click here for California,
with 37,254,000 people (4 times more than NC). When you look at these maps, the colors represent
different races, explained
here. Red=White, Yellow=Asian, Black=African-American, Blue=2-or-more-Races,
How does North Carolina compare to California demographically? Funny you should ask.
Look at all that yellowish-orange surrounding the center of San Francisco which is predominantly
Red. And look at those black areas in Oakland-Emeryville splotched up with Red, Orange, and Yellow.
Demographics of California in 2000
Demographics of California in 2010
I wonder what happens when the percentage of Caucasians in California drops below 50%.