Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

It’s smells like a pep rally burning out of control, in my front yard.  Today’s Ten Post Round-Up might singe your eyebrows: 1: What a relief! The Cheney sunglasses mystery is solved!… Image In Cheney’s Glasses Actually Bush’s Eternal Soul—CAP News 2: Ahem–Attention American Taxpayers: You are supposed to squander … Continue reading

Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

I’m on fire, right now, as I have a lot on my mind. I’m sure many of you are getting worked up about the same things that are sticking in my craw. Yet, when I try to express myself in a coherent fashion, it comes out on the page looking … Continue reading

States File Lawsuit Against EPA to Move on Global Warming

A coalition of “18 states, two cities and 11 environmental groups” has fikled a lawsuit against the Bush administration “to force it to comply with a Supreme Court ruling that rebuked what justices called inaction on global warming.” In April 2007, the Supreme Court said “that carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels is … Continue reading

Breaking: Al Gore Will Run for President

A lot of Democrats still hold on to hope that Al Gore will run for president again. Well, hope no longer… Grist.org has the scoop, which just arrived in my email box: Al Gore Will Run for President: You might want to sit down for this: Al Gore will announce … Continue reading

Hillary’s Green Agenda

As the sound-bites and gotchas from the earliest presidential debates have been repeated over and over by the media in this election cycle, many critical and complex topics have gotten at best cursory treatment. One such topic is the environment: the crises we’re facing, the accomplishments of the candidates, and … Continue reading

Hillary’s Stance on the Iraq War

I’ve noticed recent comments on this blog (in response to Pamela Leavey’s articles and also Stuart O’Neill’s article) condemning Hillary Clinton for her initial vote for the Iraq war and for her subsequent treatment of it. Yet, I often find, when I discuss this issue with people, that few are … Continue reading

Hillary Clinton Speaks to Crowd 12,000 Strong in El Paso (VIDEO)

Last night in El Paso, Texas Hillary Clinton received a rock star welcome at a rally of supporters that was 12,000 strong. Anne Kornblut claims in the WaPo that Hillary was “booed” when she mentioned her “differences with Obama over health care and the mortgage crisis.” If she was booed … Continue reading

Clinton Hits Obama on Style and Transparency

It’s been a long day, and readers have probably noticed I’ve been MIA quite a bit in the past few days. The long story short… I twisted a knee (ouch) and have been playing catch up with my business. On Monday, the Clinton team moved “to shift the spotlight off … Continue reading