Elephant Droppings: The Far Right’s 10 Most Wanted
Power. That’s the name of the game in Republican politics. Not principle. Not vision. Who are the core players in that power game? t2P has combed several lists of ‘key’ … Continue reading
What Happens When the Far Right Really Ends Birth Control? The Malthusian Nightmare GOP Style
Rick Santorum and the men of the GOP rail on about Right-to-Life issues. It’s a Republican conundrum: Appeasing the Religious Right creates a nightmarish welfare state abhorrent to selfish Libertarian … Continue reading
Econ 102 For Liberals: The Real Way to Occupy Wall Street (In Plain English, with Humor!)
Standing and yelling and singing in Zuccotti Park only gets you so far. There’s a real way to “occupy” Wall Street that hits them where they live. Corporations are, amazingly, … Continue reading
t2P Sunday Funnies
It’s Sunday again, and here is the round-up of the best political cartoons we’ve found sampling the major newspapers and political cartoon pundits from around the country. Mike Keefe, InToon.com
Corporations are People Too, Wackadoo, Wackadoo…
Mitt Romney has been out on the stump, proving once again that he is a good automaton for scripted moments, but that his ability to engage in retail politics is … Continue reading
Who is Behind the Union-Busting “Club for Growth” Pushing the Tea Party into a Phony Debt Crisis?
Even though, in the hours following the Monday pitches to America by President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, the Congress was flooded with phone calls and emails that locked … Continue reading
The Other Strategic Use of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve: Screw the Koch Brothers & Goldman
Last week, the Obama Administration released 30 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve . The stated reason? Relieve high oil prices. The practical way of getting there? … Continue reading
Have a Little Oil and Global Commoditization with that $7.00 Big Mac Meal?
Would you like an overpriced barrel of oil or bushel of wheat with your Big Mac? The price of everything that you eat, wear, use or just enjoy has been … Continue reading