Democracy Corps (D): Obama 41/55.

    The Greenberg/Carville-sponsored poll certainly does have a good deal to say about the current state of House races, albeit from as positive-towards-the-Democrats position (Hotline called it ‘sugary spin‘) as possible.  For example, for all of the talk about how ‘cool’ the electorate was towards Republican incumbents the truth is that they’re averaging a 40/32 approval/disapproval rating, and that the generic Congressional vote went from 48/42 | Read More »

    Democracy Corps (D): Obama 41/55.

    The Greenberg/Carville-sponsored poll certainly does have a good deal to say about the current state of House races, albeit from as positive-towards-the-Democrats position (Hotline called it ‘sugary spin‘) as possible.  For example, for all of the talk about how ‘cool’ the electorate was towards Republican incumbents the truth is that they’re averaging a 40/32 approval/disapproval rating, and that the generic Congressional vote went from 48/42 | Read More »

    Democrats in Congress poised to wipe out organic food industry.

    That’s the thing about regulating everything.  You end up regulating everything.  From Natural News (and won’t their server logs be confusing them today): (NaturalNews) The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund recently reported the unveiling of the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009 (H.R. 875) on Feb. 4, 2009, by Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), to both the House Committee on Energy and Commerce and the House Committee | Read More »

    Jill Greenberg

    Jill Greenberg is the photographer who several years back taunted babies until they started crying,, then photographed them, and then played some photoshop tricks to enhance the textures of the babies skin and tears, then created an art show out of them. As an advocate of free speech, one can hardly begrudge her right to say what she will about whatever political mood strikes her. | Read More »

    Jill Greenberg

    Jill Greenberg is the photographer who several years back taunted babies until they started crying,, then photographed them, and then played some photoshop tricks to enhance the textures of the babies skin and tears, then created an art show out of them. As an advocate of free speech, one can hardly begrudge her right to say what she will about whatever political mood strikes her. | Read More »

    Jill Greenberg

    Jill Greenberg is the photographer who several years back taunted babies until they started crying,, then photographed them, and then played some photoshop tricks to enhance the textures of the babies skin and tears, then created an art show out of them. As an advocate of free speech, one can hardly begrudge her right to say what she will about whatever political mood strikes her. | Read More »