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Freedom Whore – Abortion, Shame, and The Right To Deny Me My Rights

Freedom whoreThere are innumerable contradictions and hypocrisies buried in Monday’s all-male, 5-4 Supreme Court decision on the Hobby Lobby, that gave corporations the right to decide what health-care options women are allowed to have.

This is the second of two decisions that have come down in less than a week that effectively remind us that the Roberts’ Court does not actually consider women’s individual rights worthy of protection.

The first decision, on buffer zones, told us that women seeking medical care can be shouted at, intimidated, harassed, and terrorized by “peaceful counselors,” a.k.a., anti- choice protestors, without the needed protection of a small area of sidewalk that at least kept women and clinic staff from being literally physically prevented from entering the doctor’s office.

 

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Reclaim the Flag! it belongs to REAL Americans

REAL AmericansReal Americans tell the TRUTH!

Real Americans treat the world with respect.

Real Americans value the Constitution.

Real Americans value Human rights.

Real Americans value the environment.

Real Americans believe in equality.

Real Americans fight for veteran’s benefits.

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Bob Alexander: Reasonable Men

warI am so goddamned sick of hearing what Reasonable Men are saying I could puke. For a couple of weeks now the people who should have been tried and imprisoned for war crimes are back retelling their history-distorting lies to all the vacuous dolts who keep putting these beasts in front of television cameras. I don’t know how long it takes to train oneself to sound like a Reasonable Man. But once mastered its possible to carve out a lucrative career in the service of evil.

I truly hate these bastards. They’ve always been around derailing and diffusing anyone who wants to do the right thing.

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Alex Baer: Sticking to the Facts Would Be a Miracle

scientific methodI've been wondering about People again, so that already means I'm in way over my head.

A number of areas keep getting jumbled all together for me, which puts me in pretty good stead with my fellow beings, I guess.

It's likely -- I hope -- that comments and posts on various website pages are not accurate reflections of the intelligence level of my countrymen and countrywomen and countrybeings, and all the counterpartbeings in cities.

There are always a number of uneasy, queasy word-wars in progress on any Comments page. Like opinions, as you've no doubt heard from colloquial references to bodily apertures and orifices, we all have at least one.

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Robert Scheer: Up Close and Personal With George W. Bush’s Horrifying Legacy

George W. BushThe Iraq disaster remains George W. Bush’s enduring folly, and the Republican attempt to shift the blame to the Obama presidency is obscene nonsense. This was, and will always be, viewed properly as Bush’s quagmire, a murderous killing field based on blatant lies.

This showcase of American deceit, obvious to the entire world, began with the invented weapons of mass destruction threat that Bush, were he even semi-cognizant of the intelligence data, must have known represented an egregious fraud. So was his nonsensical claim that Saddam Hussein had something to do with the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, when in fact he was Osama bin Laden’s most effective Arab opponent.

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Stop treating war-crazy buffoons as experts! They got it wrong, remember?

NeoconIf you were asked to identify a single moment that best captures the failure of elite media outlets to act as agents of accountability, you could do worse than David Gregory asking Paul Wolfowitz on “Meet the Press” this weekend what we should do, “as a policy matter,” to deal with the deteriorating situation in Iraq.

Wolfowitz, as deputy secretary of defense from 2001 to 2005, was one of the chief visionaries and supporters of the 2003 invasion of Iraq. And he got just about everything wrong, from the cost of the war to the presence of WMD. And he doesn’t particularly care. In an interview with the Sunday Times last March, Wolfowitz made the argument that even though they got it wrong on WMD in 2003, everything they said was happening (but wasn’t) would likely have happened later. “We would very likely either have had to go through this whole scenario all over but probably with higher costs for having delayed, or we’d be in a situation today where not only Iran was edging towards nuclear weapons but so was Iraq and also Libya.”

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Alex Baer: Another Day on Planet X

planet xHere I am again:  I woke up again this morning.  And, once again, I ran through all my available choices.  Once more, I found no basic improvement in the human condition -- nothing astonishing had happened while I slept, no new options had evolved or hatched or arrived in flying saucers, or tunneled up from the deeps.  No thoroughly new way of existing had been birthed, fizzing and crackling into existence from a wormhole's termination point on the surface of the planet nearest my thoroughly beat-up and timeworn footwear.

No, here I was able to again discover life at its simplest:  There was the staying-in-the-rack option, or there was the up-and-at-'em angle.  While there were no new lifeform alternatives presented overnight -- none that I could detect, at any rate -- at least both of the standard choices were still available.  I wake up slow and groggy these days, but I glommed onto that much, sure enough.

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