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I want to see the bright lights tonight

Richard Thompson:

The emperor has no economy

Ted Rall.

Environmental activists from Northern Rockies Rising Tide, Earth First and other groups descended upon Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer office on Tuesday, July 12. The group demanded that Schweitzer rescind his support for Canadian pipeline giant TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline as well as ExxonMobil’s plans to truck over 200 massive Korean-built tar sands processing modules across Idaho and Montana.

You have to watch the whole thing. These kids today!


Why children still need to learn how to write by hand.

Walking on sunshine

Katrina and the Waves:

Up is down

Black is white, and tax cuts are the answer to everything!

Power outage?

This is a perfect example of why you can’t rationally cut programs to balance every spending item. This is just stupid:

The Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed an amended energy and water bill Friday that would divert $1 billion from high-speed rail projects — including electrical upgrades on the busy Northeast Corridor Line in New Jersey — to pay for flood relief along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers.

But New Jersey’s two Democratic U.S. senators are trying to get the Department of Transportation to obligate the money before Congress gets hold of it.
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Oh happy day

The Edwin Hawkins Singers:

Always look on the bright side of life

From “The Life of Brian”:

Think you know the Koch story?

Not if you don’t know about ALEC.

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