Katharine Q. Seelye of the NY Times is at Netroots Nation and she reports that members of the netroots are swearing off their “use of profanity” in the blogosphere… or at least some say they “have scaled back” on it. Digby Parton, who writes on Hullabaloo.com, said she initially thought … Continue reading
Al Gore wowed the “the Netroots Crowd” today at Netroots Nation. Here’s Part 1 of Al Gore at NetRoots Nation on video: Egalia has more on Tennessee Guerilla Women.
Reuters reported today that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki told German magazine, Der Spiegel, in an interview released today that “Maliki said he wanted U.S. troops to withdraw from Iraq as soon as possible.” “U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama talks about 16 months. That, we think, would be the right … Continue reading
For most of us this is our introduction to Tom Udall’s important campaign in New Mexico. At stake is a Republican seat that we can take and turn Democrat. We need to support this campaign and take another seat to solidify our majority in the US Senate.
John McCain needs to get a grip. He’s either slipping a little or his mind is so filled with concern about his disorganized, constantly changing campaign that he can’t concentrate on the words coming out of his mouth. Every day it seems, McCain drops out a comment that makes everyone … Continue reading
From MSNBC: Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama started a campaign-season tour of combat zones and foreign capitals, visiting with U.S. forces in Kuwait and then Afghanistan — the scene of a war he says deserves more attention and more troops[…] “I’m more interested in listening than doing a lot of … Continue reading