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Archive for October 19th, 2011

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Here We Go Again

Please remember that this man has been wrong about every single thing, ever:

In a column headlined “Speak Softly … and Fight Back” in this week’s Weekly Standard, chief editor William Kristol, co-founder of both PNAC and FPI, said the alleged plot amounted to “an engraved invitation” by Tehran to use force against it.

“We can strike at the Iranian Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC), and weaken them. And we can hit the regime’s nuclear weapons program, and set it back,” he wrote, adding that Congress should approve a resolution authorizing the use of force against Iranian entities deemed responsible for attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, acts of terrorism, or “the regime’s nuclear weapons program.”

More on the beating of yet another war drum by the same old scoundrels: http://original.antiwar.com/lobe/2011/10/18/hawks-behind-iraq-war-rally-for-war-with-iran/

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A Good Idea

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Dang

It happened again. I set up, the night before, posts for the next day and scheduled them, but when I got to a computer the next day the graphics were missing….

I think I will just post things when I can and forget about prescheduling them…

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Artist, firebreather, and acrobat Ben Hatke visited the Occupy Wall Street protests while he was in New York last week. His right wing friend warned him that the protesters were a bunch of spoiled whiners. What will Ben find?

Part One: http://letflythecannons.blogspot.com/2011/10/drawing-conclusions-part-one.html

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Ahem

From The Washington Post:

“But now, distributism has arguably become the most intriguing idea to emerge out of the ruins of the early 21st-century economic collapse, in no small part because it has the greatest potential for bridging the current ideological chasms in the United States.”

Read the rest:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/age-old-distributism-gains-new-traction/2011/10/17/gIQANGBKsL_story.html

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Why Occupy?

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