With his popularity about the same as a hairy wart, Gov. Tom Corbett (R-Pa.) had to make some critical changes in his administration if he has any hope of winning a second term in 2014. There are many things he could have done. He could have increased funding to education. Shortly after he took office, [...]
IT’S ELECTION DAY! VOTE, VOTE, VOTE!!!! PA LAW: You ARE NOT required to produce a photo ID. You may be asked for one, but you ARE NOT REQUIRED to produce one. See Philly Inquirer http://goo.gl/YQG4L. If you experience problems or witness voter intimidation call the Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683).
Update 1: In the article I explained that Sam Smith – House Leader – cancelled today’s legislative session. He did not. Today’s session – October 4th – is a non voting session. Earlier today, Pennsylvania House Democrats dropped a bomb by forcing a vote that would open Governor Corbett to a federal [...]
In my last post, I talked about Rocky Anderson (Justice Party Candidate for U.S. President) and his visit to The Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia on Saturday, August 25th. During the event, Rocky focused on the issue of the duopoly in this country – a system where the Republicans and the Democrats control the entire political debate and leave [...]
This past Saturday, August 25th, Rocky Anderson, U.S. Presidential Candidate for the Justice Party, made a visit to The Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia to speak about the two-party duopoly that exists in this country. He opened the discussion on that late-summer evening, brandishing an article clipped from the Pennsylvania Independent titled, “Republicans trying to boot Gary [...]
__________ Lee Camp is a stand-up comic. …Sometimes people make him write things too. He’s a contributor to The Onion and has performed stand-up comedy at events featuring Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Al Gore. If you like Lee Camp, you’ll be happy to hear that Moment of Clarity is a regular feature at Raging [...]
Well, it’s here folks: June 5th the Walker Recall Vote in Wisconsin. In February 2011, scores and scores of Wisconsinites stood up against Gov. Scott Walker’s anti-union attacks, occupied the State Capitol building for two weeks, and showed America that the spirit of working Americans, of organized labor, of students and community activists had not [...]