Saturday, January 23, 2010

Corruption Daily Round-Up 01-23

Holder's Department of InJustice deserves to be investigated - Justice refuses to release documents in Panther case

The Pentagon’s Fort Hood investigation is a pathetic whitewash.

Is Obama a nut?
There is no evidence President Obama has directly ordered the Department of Justice to break the law. However, the Justice Department may have broken the law, refusing to release Black Panther records requested by The Washington Times.

Enough Is Enough


Filibuster reform bill headed for Senate floor, faces uphill battle

Should People Acting through Corporations be Denied Constitutional Rights Because Corporations are “State-Created Entities”?

At SEC, the system can be deaf to whistleblowing

THE NEW BLACKLIST: Oakland Mayor to Theatre Board Member — ‘Do you now or have you ever supported traditional marriage?’ AND S.F. Chronicle Columnist Says Tactics Against Traditional Marriage-Backer ‘Go Too Far’

PJTV Video (VodkaPundit) - Week In Blogs: Revenge of the Tea Party & May the Corset Be With You

The Islamization of the World AND Shameful Drivel at the Huffington Post

Scott Brown's Senate win tied to dissatisfaction with Obama, Washington and federal activism

The Context Of Middle-Class Frustration

Killing Muslims. America needs to publicize al Qaeda's main 'achievement'

EMILY’s List reexamines strategy and mission in wake of Democratic loss in Massachusetts How about not encouraging the murder of unborn babies?


Public Employee Unions Are Sinking California. Months after closing its last budget gap, the Golden State is $20 billion in the red.

Most Union Members Are Govt Workers, Not Private Sector


How the Enquirer Exposed the John Edwards Affair. The former senator might be your attorney general today if our reporters hadn't stuck with the story.

‘Excrement in Broadcasting’: DC NPR Commentator Rips Rush

GE/MSNBC political commentator pretty upset about political influence of corporations

The Propaganda of Omission

Censorship Inc. A division of the New York Times Co. wants free speech all to itself.

Who is helped, or hurt, by the Citizens United decision?

The Clinton Internet Doctrine. 'An attack on one nation's networks can be an attack on all.'

The Demise of Air America


How Green Are Your Nukes? Environmentalists spar over nuclear power

GOOD! Move Afoot in the Senate to Can EPA CO2 Regs

UN climate change expert: there could be more errors in report AND U.N. Climate Change Expert Cites More Errors in Report

Food Nazi Alert - The Empire State strikes snack

World Poverty Falls. I blame technological advances!

The Fiction Of Climate Science


How the Enquirer Exposed the John Edwards Affair. The former senator might be your attorney general today if our reporters hadn't stuck with the story.

A Resounding Defense of the First Amendment: ‘Congress Shall Make No Law’

There's No Iniquity In Income Inequality

For Conservatives, It’s Christmas in January: That Was the Week That Was

A Victory for Free Speech AND 24 States’ Laws Open to Attack After Campaign Finance Ruling

Spare the Spanking, Spoil the Report Card? What a new study and the Bible say about punishing children.

The Election of Scott Brown, the Newfound Power of Independents, and Why the Framers Would Be Smilings

It's Time to 'Roll Back' Liberalism

Take a page from EL AL’s safety manual

Glenn Beck's "Live Free or Die Documentary"

Polanski denied in absentia sentencing

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