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Archive for November, 2012

Trickle down doesn’t work

  Republicans Try to Suppress Facts By William Boardman Congressional research service meets republican memory hole Late on a Friday in September, the Congressional Research Service (CRS), a respected agency within the Library of Congress, released a report concluding, in effect, that there is no objective support for core Republican economic policies.  Reducing the top tax rates, the report concludes, has no correlation with the nation's economic growth, but does contribute to ... Full Story

Zionists lose clout

Zionists lose clout

    Palestinian students peer into the doorway as they look at a large pool of blood on the floor at a United Nations school in Gaza. The shooting took place Tuesday, June 1, 2004. Two students, ten years old, were critically wounded by Israeli forces while attending class a shortime earlier                   Zionist Lobby in US Takes a Hit in Latest National Election By Anonymous by: Dave ... Full Story

What do you mean “We Lost?”

What do you mean “We Lost?”

  Apoplectic: of a kind to cause or apparently cause stroke as in an apoplectic rage; also: greatly excited or angered as in she was apoplectic over the news. Hegemony: the social, cultural, ideological, or economic influence exerted by a dominant group. These are my new favorite words of the week.  They perfectly define the GOP and the right’s feelings, and the cause of those feelings, after last Tuesday’s re-election of President Obama. It has been quoted that the Romney camp ... Full Story

Reduced Hours at local SSA office

  Fort Collins Social Security Office to Close to the Public a Half Hour Early Each Day and at Noon on Wednesdays Effective November 19, 2012, the Fort Collins Social Security office will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday.  In addition, beginning January 2, 2013, the office will close to the public at noon every Wednesday. While agency employees will continue to work their regular hours, this shorter ... Full Story

Obituary: Mike Warner

Obituary: Mike Warner

  Mike Warner, 66, died November 7, 2012 in Loveland with his family by his side. He was born September 5, 1946 in Cheyenne, Wyoming to Virgil and Irene Warner. He enjoyed fishing; cooking; playing cards and spending time with his many friends and family. Mike is survived by his sisters Connie Rybicki (Bill), Nancy Dreiling (Ken), Peggy Martin (Bill), and brother Andy Warner (Trinity); along with 11 nieces and nephews.  Mike’s love, kindness and humor touched many lives and he ... Full Story

Stealing elections, Republican style

Stealing elections, Republican style

                  OpEd News presents nine articles on election fraud and dirty tricks as the right wing attempts to subvert the democratic process. If this succeeds, it will be the end of the Republic. By Bob Fitrakis Another Husted Dirty Trick in Ohio 
Election fraud is anything but "de minimus" in Ohio. Ohio voters didn't choose Bush II & they probably won't choose Romney though the Secretary of State's ... Full Story

Obituary: Mark R. Simon

Obituary: Mark R. Simon

  Mark R. Simon January 3, 1958 – October 30, 2012 Mark Roland Simon was born Jan. 3, 1958 in Longmont, Colorado to OrLee and Dixie Simon and shortly thereafter moved to Loveland where he graduated from Loveland High School in 1976, While attending Colorado Mountain College he met Cathy Culter and they were married September 15, 1979 in Greeley. They lived in Loveland, later moving to a small farm near Berthoud that Mark thought of as his little slice of heaven and couldn’t ... Full Story

Romney failed at being Governor

Romney failed at being Governor

In Alternet Democracy Danger Signs: Mitt Romney's 800+ Vetoes as Mass. Governor By Joshua Holland Romney's blocks were overridden over 95% of the time. November 3, 2012  | Mitt Romney's “closing argument” redefines chutzpah. “You know that if the President is re-elected, he will still be unable to work with the people in Congress,” Romney said on Friday. He warned of a government shut-down, or another debt-ceiling crisis – two examples of ... Full Story

Romney, Capitalist Dictator or Religious Dictator

Romney, Capitalist Dictator or Religious Dictator

5 Disturbing Signs Romney Would Steer Us to Towards a Capitalist Dictatorship The lies and activities of Mitt's campaign show a contempt for democracy itself. November 3, 2012  | The mainstream media and even Democrats have been slow to call Mitt Romney's deliberate falsehoods "lies." But after just calling them what they are, it is also important to analyze their meaning. Lies on Romney's scale do not simply show contempt for the intelligence of American voters. They show ... Full Story

Civil Discourse and The Clash of Ideas

Civil Discourse and The Clash of Ideas

      By Lee H. Hamilton     The election of 2012 has called attention to how difficult it is for Americans to talk reasonably with one another about public policy challenges. Our civic dialogue — how we sort through issues and reason with one another — is too often lamentable. We live in a politically divided country. Congress, which ought to serve as the forum where politicians of diverse views find common ground, is instead riven by ... Full Story

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