The so-called "ground zero mosque" is neither, but that doesn't matter. What matters (at least to freedom loving people), is freedom of religion and right of assembly not racism disguised as caring. And speaking of democracy killers, corruption is in the news again in the U.S., but why now, why these specific charges, and can anyone escape the corruption of power?
And as always we have our feature "Below The Fold: news you might have missed":
Quotations from military leaders opposing the use of the atomic bomb are from the editorial "'Revisionsim' too harsh for us to hear" by Barton J. Bernstein, as appeared in the New York Times 1995, specific date unknown.
Colorado Republican candidate for Congress cites UN bike program as threat.
Study says anti-tar-sands video hurts tourism
Republican calls for Congress to suspend until they are in power (or not).
Museum of Tolerance Director pretty weak in the "tolerance" department
Our theme song "Carrot Juice Is Murder" is used by permission by the Arrogant Worms
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