Having fared rather poorly among female voters in recent elections, a certain political party is now taking steps aimed at guarding† against the unseating of its incumbents by [...]]]>
By Dana Milbank
I have said it from the beginning, and I still say it now.
You see, even now as I sit here…months and months and months after finishing treatment…and it was so-called “coming to an end.” It’s not. It seems like it never will….and it makes me so angry. I thought I was making progress with a new drug I was taking….but then here is reality to smack me in the face. Yes, maybe it worked for a bit….but [...]]]>
In chapter 9, we talked briefly about the time component of goals. Without a deadline, goals are not seen as particularly important. If we want a sense of urgency around our goals, we need to put a target date on them and we need to have check points along the way to monitor our progress. But if we become overly specific about scheduling every [...]]]>
But, every once in awhile, I run into a situation that the particular beers they are pouring arenít what Iím in the mood for. Iím usually left just grabbing a beer Iím not excited about.
Now, John Harvardís Brewery & Ale House in Framingham is making sure beer drinkers have as many options available, [...]]]>
The progressive blogger who calls himself BooMan has got a good one HERE:
Fox News is [...]]]>
(NOTE: This post is an adaption of several from years past.)
With Thanksgiving almost a week behind us, Christmas season is now in full flower.
It’s my favorite time of [...]]]>
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The Tea Party movement’s surge of influence in the Republican Party in recent years has given rise to all sorts of anti-science rhetoric among GOPers in the form of creationism, global-warming denialism and other nonsense.
By Kathleen Parker
One hundred years ago this past May 31, a 17th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was officially adopted, changing the method by which U.S. senators are elected.
Prior to 1913, senators were elected not [...]]]>