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Tag Archives: isolation
Saw this on CNN today. Japanese City Minami Sanriku, approx. 17,000, buried under tons of mud. Reportedly over half of its residents are unaccounted for.
I’ve been trying to abstain from writing about things apt to appear ad nauseum elsewhere but try as I might, can’t leave this alone. Even the right wing, not known for its exemplary compassion, should be running with the bulls … Continue reading
“What this bill does is it would authorize a study to look at enclosing the chamber, the gallery chamber, with Plexiglas so that somebody can’t throw a bomb down on the floor and kill a lot of us,” Burton told the Rules Committee Thursday. Continue reading
Unlike the vocal hard-core right-wing, I’m quick show when actual fairness pokes up its head, as in this report. Much of the babble-on extreme right media machine is blaming the left. Check out the rightie airwaves and websites today. Much of what you see and hear will surprise you (or not). That said, it’s nice to see when someone like Shepard Smith comes around and dissents from his network’s charter as official network of rhe GOP. Continue reading
NY Times reporter Matt Roth writes that Wells Fargo intentionally steered minority applicants toward Sub Prime loans as a matter of policy. Other than the NYT article and Raw Story’s link to it, I’ve seen little of this in trad/cable … Continue reading
As charitable organizations and homeless shelters struggle to accommodate skyrocketing need with resources dramatically cut and donations down, more families find they must fare for themselves. Continue reading