The next #OccupyWallStreet might not be tweeted
It has been evident for for some time to the Kleptocracy that the Internet is one critical part of the media that they still don't control. And while we mobilize online, it has already scouted the terrain and is maneuvering to make it a yet another minefield of deceit, containment, and censorship.
Sunday, October 2, 2011(15 comments)
Why Democrats must embrace Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street needs a makeover and the Democratic Party needs to grow some eggs. Not only is this a political match made in heaven, such an effort could possibly save the nation.
40 percent of GOP says Obama deserves no credit for demise of bin Laden
This Republican Party is marked by fierce partisanship to the point of mass neurosis. And while a large percentage of Republicans still don't believe that the President has the right to be Commander-in-Chief, a strikingly similar percentage don't believe he deserves credit for acting quickly and decisively in protecting our nation from the world's most infamous terrorist.
Illegal donations to Scott Vanderhoef's campaigns alleged
County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef, already well-known for his "pay-for-play" style of politics in Rockland, allegedly took in thousands in illegal campaign contributions during his 2009 County Executive Race. So, how can he possibly be running as a reform State Senate candidate?
Thursday, October 21, 2010
SD-38: Scott Vanderhoef's ties to Albany corruption
New York Republican State Senate candidate Scott Vanderhoef is trying to tie his opponent to corrupt Albany politicians when no real link exists. However, he's got some real links to the worst politician in New York.
NY-19: Nan Hayworth's Notaries Admit to Misconduct
The question of election integrity comes into play in New York, where three Republican campaign notaries admitted to misconduct on the stand in regards to the handling of Independence Party petitions.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010(1 comments)
John Hall opponent backs BP apologist and Big Oil
Congressional candiate Nan Hayworth is backing BP apologist Rep. Tom Price after he admonished President Obama for using his office to keep taxpayers from footing the bill of the BP oil spill. Her actions further reveal the truth of the Republican Party: It is not a party with the interests of taxpayers in mind, it is the party of corporatism, and Bill Oil is its king.
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Tea Party vs. GOP? NY 17th Rivalry Becomes Physical
The infighting between the Tea Party and the GOP establishment is growing, with Tea Partiers now claiming things got physical when New York State Republican Vice Chair Vincent Reda pushed and threatened a popular Tea Party blogger and campaign manager. The claim underscores how bad blood between the two factions may be ready to explode into all-out "scozzafavation".
Sunday, July 26, 2009(2 comments)
Mika Brzezinski plays the race card and loses
The Morning Joe co-host tries to conjure up a sense of moral outrage over President Obama's remarks regarding the arrest of Prof. Henry Louis Gates. But in the end, her poorly thought-out diatribe falls flat.