Stay away from artificial sweeteners.
An addictive synthetic neurotoxic stimulant ought to be regulated as a drug, not a food additive.
Jon Swift has an idea:
It is the Second Amendment that makes our country free. A Global Second Amendment would make the world free. Nuclear proliferation could be the key to making the world safe for democratic proliferation.
We’d have to accept a Nuclear Regulatory Body, being necessary to the security of a free World.
Xeni Jardin posts comments on the situation with the media equivalent of RNC (“Faux”) News in Venezuela.
Might also watch, per recommendation:
Make up your own mind, and speak it.
I just find the links Danny, I don’t post the video. Maybe I help you find the link so you can notify the poster by reproducing it here.
P.S. This video deserves to be spread widely.
As President Bush took a question Thursday in the White House Rose Garden about scandals involving his Attorney General, he remarked, “I’ve got confidence in Al Gonzales doin’ the job.”
Simultaneously, a sparrow flew overhead and left a splash on the President’s sleeve, which Bush tried several times to wipe off.
Here’s video (hat-tip Melissa McEwan):
Well, it doesn’t quite match ABC’s telling.
She didn’t mean to do it.
Remember, she has immunity. Whatever acts she undertook they were not of her own devising, she was working for people who wanted it done.
Hat-tip Paul Kiel.
This will be a six part series, one episode per day.
This is episode one.
Harry Reid (on NewsHour tonight):
“One of the things that I like about this bill is there’s so much disagreement. And I say that because no one’s happy.”
Dude, don’t pass the bill.
The idea that a consensus should make everyone unhappy does not make sense. Not at all. And I’m perfectly stoned enough to say so.
It isn’t Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Unhappiness, after all.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, the three-times-married, twice-divorced and admitted adulterer, decried a “growing culture of radical secularism” Saturday as he lionized the life of Liberty University’s late founder, Jerry Falwell, in an address to the school’s 2007 graduating class.
Update: New video from Brave New Films:
Update 2: More from Donna Woodka.