Sunday, January 24, 2010

Big Dan's Big News Jan 24, 2010

Cornel West, another liberal blacklisted from corporate owned so-called "liberal" TV (like Ralph Nader, Cynthia McKinney, Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, and all the other real liberals), has a message for Obama on the one year anniversary of his presidency: "How deep is your love for poor and working people?"

The truth is, the corporate owned TV "news" ANBCBSNNX blacklists the real liberals, some of whom I've listed above, so you don't know about them. THEN...they define a group of people they let on TV and call them "liberal" for you, so you don't know who real liberal are. TV liberals are people like Obama and 95% of the Democrats. Real liberals are the ones giving the fake liberals the heat. You conservatives have the same, exact problem on the right: they don't let real conservatives on TV and then put a group of people on TV and call them "conservatives". Those people are 95% of the Republicans and people like Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh. This is sheer genius by corporate TV to keep Americans in the dark as to who the real liberals and conservatives are. And ironically, real liberals and real conservatives have a lot of common ground, just as the fake liberals and fake conservatives, do. The fakesters common group is that they are bought and paid for by corporations and the extreme wealthy and really represent them, and not us. And there is very little in common between the real liberals and the fake liberals, and the real conservatives and the fake conservatives. Example: Ron Paul and Rush Limbaugh have nothing in common, I don't even think Ron Paul likes Rush Limbaugh. YET...Rush Limbaugh falsely claims he is a "conservative". They agree on nothing. But the TV tells you Rush Limbaugh is the "conservative" and you believe it. Rush Limbaugh (fake conservative) and Obama (fake liberal) are for the wars, and Ron Paul (real conservative) and Ralph Nader and Cornel West (real liberals) are against the wars. Corporate owned TV is deceiving all of us on all sides that aren't corporations or the extremely wealthiest 1%. And guess who owns them? I'll give you a hint: corporations and the extreme wealthiest own them.

Good Riddance to Decade That Began With Theft of the Presidency

Obama takes on Wall St. (???)

I have more "freedom of speech" than you, because I have more money to give to politicians! - Money McMoneyhead

In its ruling in the case of Citizens United v. FEC, the Supreme Court unraveled campaign-finance laws that stood for more than a century. The court was originally presented with a relatively narrow legal issue in the case, but chose instead to consider a much broader question: whether to roll back laws that have limited the role of corporate money in federal elections since Theodore Roosevelt was president. Now the court has handed down its ruling, and made a terrible mistake in giving corporate money a breathtaking new role in federal campaigns.

Russ Feingold: High court opens the floodgates

Haiti - The Politics of Rice

Iraq war was illegal, Dutch panel rules. Inquiry says conflict had no sound mandate in international law as it emerges UK denied key letter to seven-judge tribunal

ADE-651 Magic Wand Bomb Detector Is a Fraud, Probably Killed Hundreds

BBC Newsnight: UK Bans Exports of "Bomb Detecting" Dowsing Rods

What if a jury could decide a man's guilt through mind reading? What if reading a defendant's memory could betray their guilt? And what constitutes 'intent' to commit murder?

Mind Reading, Brain Fingerprinting and the Law

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