RT @wilw: Democrats use NEGOTIATE … but it isn’t very effective. The Tea Party uses CRAZY BULLSHIT! It’s super effective! The Middle C …

RT @DamienFahey: Looks like that whole ‘must be a certain age to work as a U.S. politician’ thing isn’t keeping children from running ou …

The Fallacy of Lower Taxes

You’ve heard it over and over, especially with the current batch of fiscal numskulls in the Tea Party: lowering taxes on big corporations will result in both lower prices and higher employment.

RT @someToast: The movie Armageddon is being remade. There are no shuttles, so the meteor destroys Earth while congress argues a balance …

Cognitive dissonance of the day: a group called “New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms” is suing to HALT marriage freedom.

Was gonna take a nap, but got sidetracked watching some @dcshorts films. “Barko” made me bawl. See the lineup at t.co/Mjz31Bo

RT @RepSpeier: Response # 4: What’s the difference between light bulbs and Republicans? Light bulbs have advanced in the past 20 years.

RT @RepSpeier: Response # 3: Which is NOT on the GOP agenda? A) return to Styrofoam cups B) Make light bulbs less energy efficient C) cr …

America can no longer go into space. We have no supersonic passenger flights. Electric cars are still a novelty. This is progress, I guess.

The First Amendment was written neither to guarantee freedom of religion to Muslims or Buddhists or Hindus nor to prohibit their free exercise of religion. It wasn’t written about them one way or another. It was written for one specific purpose: to protect the free exercise of the Christian religion. We must be clear: the First Amendment does not prohibit the free exercise of alternative religions, but neither does it guarantee it. It simply does not address the issue at all.

— American Family Association spokesman and national radio host Bryan Fischer

True story: today at the office weight loss seminar, they served pizza for lunch.

RT @someToast: Dear people saying you’ll wait for OS X 10.7.1: You are a unique and special snowflake and should have your own tech blog …