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There must be something in the spirit ...
Author: Raine    Date: 12/24/2007 13:50:31

Something spiritual for our souls:

And a song based on the Christmas Truce of 1914

Well my friends, we are here at the doorway of another year. I wish us all a moment of peace and love, and a letter from a soldier:
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118 comments (Latest Comment: 12/25/2007 06:23:32 by livingonli)

No More Lawyer Jokes, ya hear?
Author: velveeta jones    Date: 12/23/2007 14:11:54

Where o where have our upstanding lawyers been? You know, the one's that care about justice? There must be some out there, yes?

Well happy day - they have come forward recently. A group of lawyers have signed the following statement and hope to gather more. There goal is the same as mine: HEARINGS on unconstitutional criminal activity by the bush mafia, aka "administration".
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21 comments (Latest Comment: 12/24/2007 04:53:35 by livingonli)

Civil Liberties for Christmas
Author: TriSec    Date: 12/22/2007 12:16:34

'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the nation
Friends of Freedom knew it was a special occasion.
Lady Liberty stood taller just off the shore
Her torch shining brighter than a few weeks before

But it wasn't the flame turning her cheeks all rosy
It was thoughts of Snowe, Feingold and Nancy Pelosi
And leaders from every side of the aisle
Who would soon bring the Bill of Rights back into style.

The Amendments had all hurried out of their beds -
Which was no easy task, they were nearly in shreds -
And they rushed to the window on papery feet
As a jolly old man flew right over their street.

"Could it be!?" they inquired as the roof shook and trembled
And they crept toward the mantle, peaceably assembled,
Just as someone emerged from the chimney with flair
In a shiny red suit, with a shock of white hair

And a top hat, and pants all in red, white and blue -
"Wait a minute," the Amendments exclaimed, "Who are you?"
"Don't be frightened my children," he said, "it's no scam.
"You can't have forgotten your old Uncle Sam!"

"Holy crap!" said Free Speech. "Stop right there!" yelled Bear Arms
And Privacy cried "Who shut off the alarms?!"
The Fifth remained silent, but Uncle Sam said
"We've been having some trouble, but Freedom's not dead."
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14 comments (Latest Comment: 12/23/2007 03:15:03 by Mondobubba)

Author: TriSec    Date: 12/21/2007 17:09:39

For Immediate Release


WALTHAM, MA - December 20, 2007 - The influential non-partisan discussion board and blog ‘Four Freedoms’ (www.fourfreedomsblog.com) announces its endorsement of John Edwards in the Democratic Primary.

Senator Edwards has been a longtime supporter of the downtrodden, from his early days as a litigator to his Senate track record. John Edwards dwells not on the past, but on the hope for the future, and is the only candidate that truly understands what is important to average Americans.

Senator Edwards will work hard to end the war in Iraq and bring our troops home without any further bloodshed and has the intelligence and the temperment to work with both our allies and our enemies to repair our damaged international reputation and find common ground to move forward.

Senator Edwards has a comprehensive plan to help average Americans by reigning in the runaway spending of the current administration, and restore our lost civil rights and get government out of places where it has no business intruding.

Four Freedoms Co-founder Robert Rouse states, “He's honest about his positions and understands where personal beliefs end and government begins. Senator Edwards has said that although he doesn't agree with gay marriage, he won't try to legislate against it. He also seems to really understand the plight of the poor and middle class, and cares enough to want to do something about it.”

The founders of Four Freedoms urge all true Americans and Patriots to vote for Senator Edwards, and calls upon citizens to cross party lines if necessary in order to advance Senator Edward’s campaign and restore hope, decency, and civility to the American Political Process, something that has been lacking for quite some time. Senator Edwards may not have all the answers, but he is our best hope for true change and progress towards what all Americas believe in…that is, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

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19 comments (Latest Comment: 01/29/2008 13:54:32 by Raine)

Happy Yule
Author: BobR    Date: 12/21/2007 13:25:39

Today is the first day of winter, the shortest day of the year. Starting tomorrow, the days get longer every day until late June 2008. So happy winter solstice, or as some Wiccans refer to it: Yule (yes, all those "yuletide carols" are "pagan" in origin). I suppose it's no secret that I'm no Christian (I'm no Wiccan either), but the Christmas season (and Yule) has always been a special time for me. There's a warmth and generosity of spirit that springs up in people (perhaps to combat the cold and darkness).

There's also all the special food and music... and of course: the special Christmas comedy. So it's Friday, and it's my last "official" post before Christmas, so I've decided to have a little fun. Here's some of MY favorite Christmas "cheer"...

First, there's Santa getting busted ("it's my wife's sleigh" ).
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255 comments (Latest Comment: 12/22/2007 03:37:35 by Mondobubba)

Another amendment gone?
Author: Raine    Date: 12/20/2007 13:33:58

The Feds blocked California's Emmisions law.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday slapped down California’s bid for first-in-the-nation greenhouse gas limits on cars, trucks and SUVs, refusing the state a waiver that would have allowed those restrictions to take effect.

“The Bush administration is moving forward with a clear national solution — not a confusing patchwork of state rules,” EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson told reporters on a conference call. “I believe this is a better approach than if individual states were to act alone.”
Another example of the Bush administration not reading documents. The Tenth Amendment clearly states :
Amendment X

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

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207 comments (Latest Comment: 12/21/2007 03:33:22 by livingonli)

I Endorse This Message
Author: BobR    Date: 12/19/2007 07:03:29

So sorry - it appears that my original blog post got replaced by some other Admin's comments by mistake.

Oh well...
241 comments (Latest Comment: 12/20/2007 04:20:08 by livingonli)

Ask a Vet
Author: TriSec    Date: 12/18/2007 11:36:52

Good Morning.

It's a week before Christmas...do you know where your soldiers are?

We'll start this morning as we always do, with the latest casualty figures courtesy of Antiwar.com:

American Deaths
Since war began (3/19/03): 3895
Since "Mission Accomplished" (5/1/03): 3755
Since Capture of Saddam (12/13/03): 3434
Since Handover (6/29/04): 3036
Since Election (1/31/05): 2457

Other Coalition Troops: 307
US Military Deaths - Afghanistan: 473

We find this morning's cost of war standing at:

$ 478, 037, 000, 000 .00

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103 comments (Latest Comment: 12/19/2007 05:34:53 by Raine)

The 5 Days of Impeachment
Author: Raine    Date: 12/17/2007 13:42:20

Good Monday morning.

Stayed up late last night doing the Christmas stuff. Actually, the entire weekend was filled with Christmas stuff, so instead of getting all in a tizzy about the administration, I was in a tizzy about Christmas. *sigh..*

What kept me going? The thought that unlike this administration the holidays would be over in a week. Oh, the other thing that kept me going was singing the Merry F*cking Christmas Song from South park (audio not work safe).. and listening to Steve Martin's Christmas wish song.

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161 comments (Latest Comment: 12/18/2007 04:23:34 by livingonli)

Fight Back Against Media Consolidation
Author: livingonli    Date: 12/15/2007 09:33:45

Greetings fellow bloggerinos. I’m filling in for Tri who’s off on a little expedition. A little weekend with the scouts in the cold while another nor-easter bears down upon us. I guess I prefer my creature comforts.

One thing about me is that I have been following the media for many years, and not just because I work in the industry. And the one thing that has been a very disturbing trend has been the concentration of ownership in fewer hands. It seems like as the number of options has increased between cable/satellite TV, satellite radio, digital TV and HD radio, the number of companies providing content has decreased considerably from the 30 companies that controlled most media when Ben Bagdikian first wrote The Media Monopoly in 1980 to about 5 or 6 today. How well are you informed about what’s going on in the world if all the information is being filtered through Disney, News Corp., GE, Viacom, Time Warner, and Clear Channel. To look at one example, here are the US Holdings of News Corp. (better known as 20th-Century Fox, whose news coverage serves as part of Rupert Murdoch’s propaganda mill). Here are their US holdings via the Wiki;

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25 comments (Latest Comment: 12/23/2007 13:48:15 by maggiesboy)

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