Monday, December 22, 2014


New York Times calls for Cheney, Bush officials to be investigated and prosecuted for torture
In a blistering editorial published in the Monday edition of the New York Times, the editorial page editors are calling upon the Justice Department to open an investigation into the torture practices committed during the administration of President George W. Bush with an eye towards prosecuting those who “committed torture and other serious crimes,” along with former Vice President Dick Cheney and other major administration officials.

Now we just need to fix the damage W. did before the financial crisis in time for his brother to ruin everything- LOLGOP

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam

I miss when we had a leader like Reagan who knew how to stand up to an oppressive regime by secretly selling it anti-aircraft missiles.- LOLGOP

North Korea Took Their Ball And Went Home
 An angry North Korea, now on the defensive over a U.S. accusation of hacking, is refusing to take part in a groundbreaking U.N. Security Council meeting Monday where the country's bleak human rights situation will be discussed for the first time.

Republican Shenanigans

Gas falls below $2 a gallon! Tune into FOX to not hear more!- John Fugelsang

Well, One Less Racist Cop.
An  auxiliary officer with the Fairview Park Police Department, who had written that black people should be “exterminated,” resigned from the force last week.

A lot of the same guys calling Sony cowards for pulling The Interview were quivering over Ebola and hungry kids showing up at the border.- LOLGOP

Rock The Voter News

Some people wanted more decades of US/Cuba hate; and they would've gotten away with it, if it wasn't for this meddling Pope.- John Fugelsang

I Love This Pope More And More
Pope Francis lambasted the Vatican’s bureaucracy on Monday, saying some within the Church had a lust for power, were indifferent to others and suffered from “spiritual Alzheimer’s”.

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BREAKING: Dow Jones closes up 400 points as Wall Street banks gear up for new housing bubble after Congress gutted financial reform.- Top Conservative Cat

So, The CIA Is Accountable To No One
 A panel investigating the CIA's search of a computer network used by U.S. Senate staff will not recommend disciplining the agency officials involved in the incident, according to the New York Times.

Business/Tech News

First full day without Fox News for Dish viewers. When the DTs set in, the only relief is to yell at BET for trying to get you health care.- LOLGOP

Federal Reserve
When the U.S. Federal Reserve ended its quantitative-easing program in October, it also ended the primary driver of U.S. stocks during the past six years. So long as the central bank kept flooding the markets with money, investors had little reason to worry about a broader economy limping along at 2 percent real growth.

This year: 2,506,000 jobs created and 9+ million gained insurance.
8 years of W.: 1,282,000 jobs created and 7.9 million lost insurance.- LOLGOP


NOTICE: So sorry for not posting a new edition last Friday. I thought I had sleeping sickness. I could not keep my eyes open. I had no other symptoms other than heavy eyelids. That all disappeared by Saturday. Weird.

Thank you so much, Mary!


Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

Sunrise at Maroon Bells Lake near Aspen, Colorado.


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