Monthly Archives: October 2015

This is why identifying as a witch may not be such a good thing

Just in time for Halloween we have the story of a courtroom drama in Salem, Massachusetts (of all places) involving a witch and a warlock. It turns out that a 75-year-old witch priestess and self-identified psychic, Lori Bruno-Sforza, who also … Continue reading

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Hallelujah, we have a budget deal!

Miracle of miracles, on Wednesday of this week the House managed to approve a two year budget deal, avoiding the next government shut down until at least after the elections. When the idiocy is sure to come in for a … Continue reading

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Honestly, I can’t even watch these guys anymore.

Last night we had another Republican debate, and honestly I can’t even watch these debates anymore. Anything important that happens will be analyzed by the media anyway, and I can always catch some of the “highlights” (if one can call … Continue reading

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Little Things can tell you a lot about Someone.

Sometimes it’s the little things that matter, and BDC Wire had a nice story this morning on how Chelsea Clinton stopped to help out a young mother at the airport. It seems that Chelsea was on her way to Cambridge … Continue reading

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Benghazi committee charade continues; Republicans think they can still sell us on the idea it’s “on the level”

It’s October of 2015 and the Benghazi committee charade continues. This is now the 8th committee hearing that the Republicans have sponsored about Benghazi, and all they’ve really managed to learn is that Hillary used her own email server – … Continue reading

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Marty McFly drops into the present, and Joe Biden announces he’s not running for President

Yesterday, as many of you know (because it was reported frequently in the news), was the day that Marty McFly zoomed into our future on his souped up DeLorean. It was also the day that Joe Biden finally announced that … Continue reading

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The Canadians elect a new Prime Minister; Americans yawn.

Not many people in the United States noticed, but there was an election in Canada yesterday. And it was generally good news for progressives. So we should note the following things: The Canadian’s “longest” election in history was a scant … Continue reading

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