CREW is sad that Obama wants to end the Plame game.

    Very, very sad: CREW learned today that the Obama administration is opposing our request that the Supreme Court reconsider the dismissal of the lawsuit, Wilson v. Libby, et al. In that case, the district court had dismissed the claims of Joe and Valerie Wilson against former Vice President Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, Scooter Libby and Richard Armitage for their gross violations of the Wilsons’ constitutional | Read More »

    Average Joe On Culture & Working In Arizona & California

    I am fortunate enough to be self-employed and quite busy right now. I spend my time working in the Sacramento, California and Phoenix, AZ region selling bank repos. I travel between the two states weekly because that’s what it takes to earn a living right now. An average workweek is somewhere between 70-85 hours/week, not including flight time between the two regions. I am happy | Read More »

    Why I imagine the Left now will oppose leaked intelligence–and re-think torture show trials

    Promoted from Diaries – Moe Lane. This is priceless: WASHINGTON – President Obama’s national intelligence director told colleagues in a private memo last week that the harsh interrogation techniques banned by the White House did produce significant information that helped the nation in its struggle with terrorists. “High value information came from interrogations in which those methods were used and provided a deeper understanding of | Read More »

    Cheney Doubles Down on ‘torture’ memos.

    (Via Andrew Malcolm) Former Vice President Dick Cheney has indicated that last week’s disclosure / distraction involving four CIA ‘torture’ memos is critically incomplete, as it fails to give results. He wants the full story released: “One of the things that I find a little bit disturbing about this recent disclosure,” Cheney tells Hannity, “is they put out the legal memos, the memos that the | Read More »

    Why Do Conservatives Play Politics so Badly

    From Newsmax: Gov. Jindal to Cheney: Go Easy on Obama Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, frequently mentioned as a leading Republican contender for president, suggested that former Vice President Dick Cheney should back off of criticizing the national-security intentions of President Obama. Speaking on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Jindal said, “I don’t think we should question President Obama’s patriotism or his intentions.” ………………………………… Added Jindal: “At | Read More »

    Dick Cheney is Correct Re: Blame for the Economy

    Jeff Rubin, Chief Economist at CIBC World Markets said that this recession was caused by high oil prices. (The Oil Drum blog, November 5, 2008) “Defaulting mortgages are only a sympton of the high oil prices.  These high oil prices caused Japan and the Eurozone to enter a recession even before the most recent financial problems hit. (US events: Bear Stearns, AIG, Lehman)  Higher oil | Read More »

    I Like Dick Cheney

    Originally posted at I know that everyone has a lot of fun making fun of Dick Cheney. But maybe that just means he’s cool. I mean, if a guy is a popular target for dumb college kids and entitled hippies, then maybe he’s not that bad of a guy. I wasn’t a fan of the man until 2004, when he bucked party Orthodoxy and | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Dec. 22, 2008 EXCLUSIVE: Bush, Cheney comforted troops privately Met with thousands of war injured, kin out of spotlight —   Laura Bush unplugged: Witnessing emotional toll of war — Obama team’s books are a look at the future?   — Forest Service keeps Christmas tree cash — Redskins’ playoff hopes dashed despite 10-3 win Strong season start now only memory —- | Read More »

    Bush resign now?

    Gail Collins in The New York Times: “Thanksgiving is next week, and President Bush could make it a really special holiday by resigning. . . . Dick Cheney, obviously, would have to quit as well as Bush. In fact, just to be on the safe side, the vice president ought to turn in his resignation first. . . Then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would become | Read More »

    Impeachnuts Should Listen to Ordinary Americans

    I call them the impeachnuts. They’re a small but zealous group of members of the congress who are obsessed with their hatred of President Bush and members of his administration. Displaying the late-stage symptoms of BADS (Bush Administration Derangemnt syndrome), they’ve been grandstanding with the prospects of impeaching the president and vice president. Never mind that the odds of actually convincing the full House to | Read More »

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