The Rev. Jeremiah Wright couldn’t have done more damage to Barack Obama’s campaign if he had tried. And you have to wonder if that’s just what one friend of Wright wanted.
Shortly before he rose to deliver his rambling, angry, sarcastic remarks at the National Press Club Monday, Wright sat next to, and chatted with, Barbara Reynolds.
A former editorial board member at USA Today, she runs something called Reynolds News Services and teaches ministry at the Howard University School of Divinity. (She is an ordained minister).
It also turns out that Reynolds – introduced Monday […]Full Story... →
USA Today polled 52 economists asking “Do you think the U.S. economy is currently is a recession?”
67% said Yes.
Another 12% said we would be this year.
President Bush, however, still refuses to admit it- instead calling our current situation just a ‘very slow economy’.
His solution: make his 2001 tax cuts for the rich permanent.
Seven years after implementing these tax cuts that were supposed to stimulate the economy we are, by most measures, in a recession. Gas prices are at an all time high. The housing market in shambles.
And now George wants to […]Full Story... →
The RNC is really worried about the DNC’s new anti-McCain ad. So much so that they are threatening legal action…
“As a legal matter,” RNC chairman Mike Duncan said today, this is a “maliciously false” campaign ad. “The advertisement in question falsely and maliciously” quotes Sen. McCain as saying that extending the war in Iraq for 100 years would be fine with him, and places it in a context of images of combat. “Clearly this ad is just another attempt by the DNC to mischaracterize Sen. McCain’s statements.”
Mainly I think they are afraid because the DNC […]Full Story... →
GTAIV came out today, and I actually took a vacation day from work to play. Yes, I know. My wife thinks I’m nuts too.
Anyway, here’s an advert for what seems like a pretty cool Irish pub!
And a recruitment video for Liberty City’s finest.Full Story... →