50 Year Olds are Unemployable Without a Public Option
We can create a public option that covers all uninsured workers,thereby reducing health care costs by $150 billion over 10 years (according the CBO).We'll also increase American competitiveness,increase America's healthiness,dramatically reduce its medical costs,bolster Social Security,and we'll end the embarrassment of being the only first-world country that lets millions of its citizens suffer without health care.
Friday, August 29, 2008
Best way to ensure an honest election? Old voter registration lists!
During the primary, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton got 2.5 million new voters to register to vote Democratic--and another 1 million registered to vote Republican. Sounds pretty impressive doesn't it?In the face of 25 to 27 million Americans who may want to vote but can't,the 3.5 million new registrations in this election cycle are a pittance. Here's what we can do about it.
Thursday, January 25, 2007(1 comments)
Must See: Smokin' Electric Concept Car
Here's your chance to vote for an electric concept car that is also, IMHO, one of the coolest looking vehicles to come along in a long time. Go to the URL above to vote for the GM Volt and then go to the URL below to find out more about the volt.
Friday, November 17, 2006
Major ES&S EVoting Problems in Montana
As usual,in spite of great elections officials and a lot of preelection preparation, another American election was left hanging by poorly programmed and unstable computerized electronic vote counting machinery.When are we going to learn that humans may fail or manipulate vote totals,but they almost never are 900 or 18,000 or 13,000,000 votes off,as the election machines frequently have been?Let all our votes be counted-by hand
Monday, August 21, 2006
Seattle forum prepares for GOP dirty tricks in coming election
We must prepare now for the "fact" of GOP organized voter supression, voter registration purges, electronic election fraud and other crimes against democracy that are already underway. What will we do this time? The answers are fascinating, informative and inspiring (..and funny.)"
Sunday, August 20, 2006
Truth: The New Spin? Or Conrad Burns Takes A Nap
When Montana's US Sen. Conrad Burns nodded off during a US Senate Farm Bill hearing in Great Falls, Montana, he didn't realize he'd be a movie star. Unfortunately for Burns, a Montana Democratic videographer was shooting video of the Senator, and the rest is YouTube history.