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Ralph Nader .sucks

Here's a weird one. Ralph Nader pitching .sucks internet domain names:


Two More US Senators Slam Treaty Negotiations Before Completion....


The Trans-Pacific Trade (TPP) Agreement Must Be Defeated

By Bernie Sanders


The Trans-Pacific Partnership clause everyone should oppose

By Elizabeth Warren

Best February ride yesterday

Wasn't too bad yesterday, for a February ride....


Quite the welcome sign they have at CPAC

Who is up for a Hindu or Buddhist temple visit?

If you live near a "Christian baker" whose religion prevents them from making cakes for same sex marriages, then please consider doing the following:

1. Buy a cupcake from their shop.

2. Take it to the temple and make it an offering.

3. Send them back a picture thanking them on behalf of the deity in question.

Thank you.

History question - Did we call the Irish Republican Army "Roman Catholic Terrorists"?

And if not, why not?

I hope that exercise machine maker paid Harry Reid already

In all of the Harry Reid stories, has the make and model of whatever did that to his face been identified?

And if not, why not?

Can you imagine the liability for incapacitating a U.S. Senator?

(Well, you know, assuming the senator had any capacity in the first place)

Christina Riverfront Walk

While I'm sure most folks who subscribe to the relatively moribund Delaware forum have been down there a bunch, I had managed to commute from the Amtrak station for years when they were building it, as well as visit some of the businesses at the Christina Riverfront without actually managing to get out and take a look at the riverfront walk.

It looks like it would be a lot nicer in warm weather, but with the storm coming, it was on my list of "why haven't I ever been there" places which I put together on a bike ride Sunday afternoon before the storm.

Wilmington DE to Philadelphia

With the storm coming, it was definitely time for a ride.

Satirist Charged With Violating French Speech Restrictions


The most prominent case now pending in the French courts is that of Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, a provocative humorist who has been a longtime symbol in France of the battle between free speech and public safety. With nearly 40 previous arrests on suspicion of violating antihate laws, for statements usually directed at Jews, he was again arrested on Wednesday, this time for condoning terrorism.

He faces trial in early February in connection with a Facebook message he posted, declaring, “Tonight, as far as I’m concerned, I feel like Charlie Coulibaly.” It was a reference to the popular slogan of solidarity for the murdered Charlie Hebdo cartoonists — “Je suis Charlie” — and one of the attackers, Amedy Coulibaly, who killed a policewoman and later four people in a kosher supermarket last Friday.
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