And why would GQ invite such "controversy"? Maybe kneeling for unarmed shooting victims isn't really "controversial."
Introspective hip hop from the depths of Los Angeles underground is pretty much as close as you can get when describing Darkleaf.
We are the Invisible Army of Defaulters. We are your neighbors. We are your family, your friends. We are millions. We are everywhere. We are going to bring the system to its knees. We can, because we wield the one power that all the armies of the world can never defeat: The power of refusal...
Another message from the Anonymous collective. This time, they want war.
The idea of Fox News getting high and mighty about Media Matters' DropFox campaign is, well...laughable. However, what might be even more laughable is the idea that they can start a campaign to strip Media Matters of their tax-exempt status. They
As protests spread to Ohio and Indiana from Wisconsin, Republicans are taking a harder and meaner stand against them. Look at that video above. Those citizens exercising their First Amendment rights are being called "a danger", which is the
Some interesting tidbits appearing in my Twitter and RSS feeds today, not necessarily enough for a whole blog post, but still funny, interesting and worth sharing. Kicking off with the political-gone-insane, we have Republicans blocking repeal of
Not one to miss a good wedge issue that appeals to the lizard brains of his constituency, House Minority Leader John Boehner said yesterday on Mee
Not much, evidently, which is probably why idiots like Sarah Palin get traction in the first place. As much as I want to disbelieve this study, it e
Haley Barbour backtracked from his previous statement that the $20 billion escrow account would make it less likely that BP will pay for everything in
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