Thursday, August 25, 2011

Headlines that tell their own story


Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to invest $5 billion in Bank of America, stocks up 17%. For those saying he should just write a bigger check, he just saved us from having to pay for the inevitable bailout.

US Public School Teachers Spend $1.3 Billion Out of Pocket on Classroom Materials

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Do you want Sarah Palin's religion running the U.S., or someone else's religion?

Birthers, Aggers and Blowhards

This video is dated, but it is still relevant...

Christmas and Easter

Job creation - keep feeding the rich them tax breaks

Religious beliefs can lead to insanity

Blind faith

Religion is killing our intelligence lelvels

Bought out


Two more headlines that tell most of the story.

Taibbi: Obama and the Big Banks "put their heads together, and cooked up a deal that would allow the banks to walk away with just a seriously discounted fine from a generation of fraud that led to millions of people losing their homes."

Bank Of America forecloses on man two days after approving his mortgage modification 

Fighting the banks

This makes me more proud than ever to be from New York State - Schneiderman is our AG.

Headline that tells a story all by itself.

Virginia Nuclear Plant Had Quake Sensors Removed Due to Budget Cuts


Click on the headline to read the post over at Crooks and Liars.

Rick Perry loves to kill him some of the poors...

Rick Perry: The bad economy is a lesson from God

Texas Gov. Rick Perry “brings to the presidential race a law-and-order credential that none of his competitors can match — even if they wanted to,” the Washington Post reports.

“In his nearly 11 years as chief executive, Perry, now running for the GOP presidential nomination, has overseen more executions than any governor in modern history: 234 and counting. That’s more than the combined total in next two states — Oklahoma and Virginia — since the death penalty was restored 35 years ago.”

The rest of this short post is really worth reading - Perry could be a contender.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011