Paul Krassner: On the 40th Anniversary of Woodstock: "It's not that we hate America, it's that we feel the American dream has been betrayed, and we will live our alternative."
Grand Junction a microcosm of efficient healthcare -- latimes.com: "'The interesting thing about healthcare,' ErkenBrack said, 'is quality costs less.'"
Op-Ed Columnist - Republican Death Trip - NYTimes.com: "an unending procession of wild charges and fake scandals, dutifully given credence by major media organizations that somehow can’t bring themselves to declare the accusations unequivocally false."
TAPPED Archive | The American Prospect: "ConAgra, Roche, Sanofi-Aventis, RadioShack, Men’s Wearhouse, State Farm, Sargent, LexisNexis-owned Lawyers.com, Procter & Gamble, Progressive Insurance, SC Johnson and GEICO have all pulled their ads from Beck's show"
"Now Don't You Let the Government Get a Hold of My Medicare" : CJR: "Welcome to the brave new world of politics, full of rants (mostly inarticulate) and chants (mostly inarticulate) and misinformation (mostly quite articulate)"
NASA - Satellites Unlock Secret to Northern India's Vanishing Water: "groundwater levels in northern India have been declining by as much as one foot per year over the past decade. Researchers concluded the loss is almost entirely due to human activity."
New SPLC Report: Return of the Militias | Hatewatch | Southern Poverty Law Center: "made up of present and former police officers and soldiers."
FBI's investigation of Tiller killing looks at Roeder's jail visitors - Kansas City Star: "The list of those visiting and communicating with the man accused of killing Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller reads like a who’s who of anti-abortion militants."
Posted by Susan at 11.8.09
Op-Ed Contributor - Is It Now a Crime to Be Poor? - NYTimes.com: "Maybe we can’t afford the measures that would begin to alleviate America’s growing poverty — affordable housing, good schools, reliable public transportation and so forth. I would argue otherwise, but for now I’d be content with a consensus that, if we can’t afford to truly help the poor, neither can we afford to go on tormenting them."
Posted by Susan at 10.8.09