With the recent addition to The Democratic Daily of our drenched and unhappy Republican from Louisiana, Donnie McDaniel, I’ve gotten to thinking… It’s possible, if not probable, that the Republican bosses are losing some of their base, and rightfully so. As former moderate, intelligent, sensible Republicans see merit in the … Continue reading
A little levity… just watched the pilot of My Name is Earl and laughed my head off. The Wall Street Journal call it “A slam dunk critical hit.” Read The New York Times review.
Columnsist M. Charles Bakst of the Providence Journal takes an interesting look at John Kerry’s speech last Monday at Brown University. His column is peppered with some bits of a phone interview he did with Kerry the following day. One comment that Bakst made led me believe that he may … Continue reading
So, did you enjoy your time in my backyard? We kept it clean for you all and didn’t even complain about the added traffic here in the 3rd most traffic congested area of the country (behind LA and San Francisco). For once the traffic was for a good cause. Sure … Continue reading
Information page for anyone interested in New Orleans jazz, or who has ever listened to WWOZ 90.7 FM in New Orleans. A non-profit: New Orleans Artist Relief Effort
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. once again holds no punches when it comes to blasting Bush. Hat tip to Mass on the DU Kerry forum for this find. Kennedy blasts Bush, news media By Andy Kekacs UNITY (Sep 24): A shameless president and a lazy press are bringing America to the … Continue reading
Crooks and Liars has video of Viggo Mortensen on Charlie Rose last night. Mortensen hammered Bush, the Bush administration, the Iraq War and called for bringing the troops home now. It’s an awesome interview… See the must watch video of Viggo Mortensen, here on Crooks and Liars.
The Democratic Daily’s Donnie in Houma, LA has emailed to let us know he is okay. His parrish, Terrebonne has sustained some serious flooding according to CNN. Here’s some quips from the email from Donnie: Pamela, I had to swallow my pride and sign up with aol to get on … Continue reading
The March is on in Washington, D.C. The anti-war movement march today, heralded by Cindy Sheehan, is massive to say the least… Word from the ground, via phone conversations with Mario Romero, who is in the thick of it with members of PDA, is that there are 250,000 – 300,000 … Continue reading
The Pentagon on Saturday was sending about 500 active-duty soldiers to the areas of Louisiana hit by Hurricane Rita and said about 27,000 National Guardsmen were ready to respond in Texas and Louisiana. Five mortuary teams went to Texas. Troops from the 82nd Airborne Division headed to Lafayette, La., about … Continue reading