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Guess We’ll Just Get Dumber

Guess We’ll Just Get Dumber

The New York Times this morning has a disturbing story about local television stations cutting costs by pretty much combining competing news operations. It’s often resulting in the same exact reporting no matter what channel you watch. American media has been consolidated into the hands of about three multinational corporations, and now those three multinationals […]

More Proof Government Is Good

More Proof Government Is Good

Yes even in Los Angeles our government can get things right. From Rodale News: Cities in at least seven states have successfully passed plastic-bag bans, and the city of Austin, Texas, recently banned all disposable shopping bags. The state of Alaska and Washington, D.C., have both successfully passed per-use plastic bag fees, and according to […]

Carole Davis Goes Bat Sh** At Cat Show

Carole Davis Goes Bat Sh** At Cat Show

Carole Raphaelle Davis, West Coast Director of the  Companion Animal Protection Society, is a frequent contributor our show. Take a look at her in action: By Carole Raphaelle Davis As California’s economic crisis deepens, our local shelter system faces budget cuts that will drastically increase the number of animals killed. More than 80% of stray […]

The Billionaire’s Anti Defamation League

The Billionaire’s Anti Defamation League

JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon sits on the New York Federal Reserve the very same authority that regulates his corporation. Many credit cards issued by JP Morgan Chase charge customers as much as 30 percent interest. This despite the fact that the Federal Reserve lends money to JP Morgan at zero percent interest. Why does […]

Instagram, The Picture Comes Into Focus

Instagram, The Picture Comes Into Focus

Earlier this week I talked about Facebook’s purchase of Instagram. I suggested that they spent $1 billion for a company they didn’t need. I said the only reason Facebook spent the money on Instagram was so Marc Andreesen, one of the early investors in Instagram, could make a huge return on his bet. Facebook doesn’t […]

Because They Can

Because They Can

This has to stop. We’re at the tipping point and pretty soon the takers will find there is nothing left to take. Government stepped in and saved these corporations, with our tax money. Now it’s time for government to step in and save workers and stockholders from these corporate pirates. What’s good for business is […]

Obama Nails It

Obama Nails It

This is from today’s New York Times. Just because Obama is running for reelection it doesn’t mean he isn’t speaking the truth. This pretty much says it all: At a campaign fund-raiser in Redwood City, Calif., on Wednesday, for instance, Mr. Obama said Republicans wanted “bigger tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans,” “deeper cuts” in […]

Hair Apparent

Hair Apparent

Donald Trump told the ladies on The View today that he would say yes to Mitt Romney if the presumptive nominee asked him to run for vice president. From CNN “A lot of people are asking that question,” he added. Not known for his modesty, Trump said, “A lot of people are asking that question. […]

Australian Waterfront Dispute of 1998

Australian Waterfront Dispute of 1998

This week’s union song, “With These Arms,” By Robin Roberts This week’s union song, “With These Arms,” by songwriter Tim O’Brien was inspired by the Australian Waterfront Dispute of 1998 when the Patrick Corporation, which controlled the waterfront, drove out the Maritime Union of Australia in an illegal restructuring of their workforce. The government, in […]

Colin Powell, National Disgrace

Colin Powell, National Disgrace

Colin Powell said on Wednesday that he has no problem with Gay Marriage. By David Feldman Colin Powell announced Wednesday he has no problem with Gay Marriage. Way to speed to the front of history there Dale Earnhardt Jr. I guess there was no point in mentioning you were cool with Gays when you were […]

The Postules In David’s Ears Are Leaking Ideas

The Postules In David’s Ears Are Leaking Ideas

The NATO summit in Chicago ended peacefully… except for a handful of Criminal lowlifes who feed off pandemonium and division. But enough about Angela Merkle and David Cameron. A glass vial that contains Ronald Reagan’s blood is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Just like Reagan’s presidency. The blood dates all the way back […]

CineCull: Selecting the Best in New Films

CineCull: Selecting the Best in New Films

Here are some of Film Critic Michael Snyder’s favorite movies currently in theaters or on demand:  POLISSE An extremely powerful French ensemble drama about the Child Protection unit of the Paris police force. A movie that should be seen, not shunned, for its volatile subject matter — by anyone who cares about the welfare of […]