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The normal horrors

The great horrors that the State of Israel is involved in are not in the outbursts of rage by extremists. They’re committed routinely, in all spheres of life: in the occupation, on a normal day, in the siege, on a normal day, and ordinary citizens justify them, Anat Rimon-Or writes on Facebook

China’s Growing Maritime Power May Look Like Mini US Navy by 2020

China’s determination to become what President Xi Jinping called a “great maritime power” and how the United States should respond has received a lot of media attention.

Friday Fotos | State of the Firesphere Edition

Greg Ramsey (aka Ramsey or Ram) is BOF’s designer craftsman! Ramsey wants to learn how to run a letterpress, improve his fly fishing, and take some cooking, figure drawing, and woodworking classes (just to name a few). He’s great at games that involve sneaking around outside and he likes custard pie and goofy jokes. Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Rum and Coke FRIDAY!

14 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Things I Learned From Republicans In July It's quite a nutritious bowl of brain food this month: The Justice Department is on the cusp of legalizing pedophilia. (Fmr. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay) The percent at which you are taxed is proportional to the percent at which you are considered a slave. Show More Summary

Ohio Governor John Kasich On 2016

Ohio Governor John Kasich joined me to begin my first show after my vacation: Audio: 07-30hhs-kasich Transcript: HH: So glad to have as my first guest since being gone for ten days, the Governor of the great state of Ohio, the Honorable John Kasich. Show More Summary

Jeremy Clarkson Fled the South Long Before He Fled the BBC

Years before the BBC gave Jeremy Clarkson the boot, denizens of the great state of Alabama kicked the Top Gear co-hosts out of the Heart of Dixie. On a road trip through the deep South (episode first aired February 2007), Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May competed to get each other shot or arrested. Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Thursday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… And The Likely Republican Nominee Wants To Kill It Today marks the 50th anniversary of a milestone that reminds us what a Democratic president and solid Democratic majorities in Congress can accomplish....Show More Summary

State of the Art: Steep Discounts a Boon for Customers, but a Gamble for Start-Ups

As new tech companies spend huge amounts to lure customers with deals, it’s a great time to be a consumer. But can these companies ever turn a profit?

Deafheaven announce new album at a medium-quiet volume to test heaven’s new hearing-aid implants

Hey, great economic news for the cash-strapped state of California! San Francisco-based black metal-y/shoegaze-y/best-new-music-y band Deafheaven have recently signed to ANTI- Records, easily the most wealthy and influential record label in the Western hemisphere. Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Wednesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Media Advisory Here are today's campaign events by the Republican candidates for president: Sen. Rand Paul will cut up a Donald Trump mannequin with a chainsaw, throw the pieces into a woodchipper, and set the pile of Trump dust on fire with a flamethrower. Sen. Show More Summary

Despite U.S. Job Growth, Lowest-Income Families Are Left Behind

Job growth in the United States in 2014 was higher than in any other year since 1999, yet 1.7 million more children now live in working families with low incomes than during the Great Recession. Nearly a third of children are living in families where no one is working full time. Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Maine Governor to Half of State: Drop Dead “There are two things in life---two things in life---that absolutely drive me to complete disrespect for the other person. That’s someone who spits in my face and somebody who lies to me.” ---Gov. Show More Summary

Symbols matter, but they're no substitute for substance

It was a great day in South Carolina -- and the nation -- when the Confederate battle flag was removed from the grounds of the State House. The battle flag has historical significance and should be dealt with accordingly. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Monday

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Monday Morning Shot of Rhetorical Red Bull The 2004 Democratic National Convention was held in Boston eleven(!!!) years ago this week. Howard Dean, who ignited the lefty blogosphere (he's the reason I stumbled on to Daily Kos), wasn't our nominee. Show More Summary

Exploring American Monsters: Kansas

The state of Kansas is known for two things: an endless sea of golden wheat fields that stretch across the Great Plains, and it’s the starting point for the movie “The Wizard of Oz.” “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) was the first colour motion picture release, along...

A Law with Teeth: The Reason I Won't Live Outside the U.S.

I've lived all over the place, and traveled past that. And while I deeply love the countries that raised me (namely, Fiji and Japan), I don't think I will ever live outside the United States again for any great length of time. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is why. Show More Summary

Cheers and Jeers: Rum and Coke FRIDAY!

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Late Night Snark: Kasichmentum! Edition "Ohio Governor John Kasich...announced that he is running for president. During his speech he referred to Jesus Christ, which is ironic because so did Americans when they heard another Republican was running for president." ---Jimmy Fallon Earth, meet your new cousin Kepler-452b. Show More Summary

Bestselling Author MK Asante Talks BUCK Soundtrack, the Power of Hip Hop and Unrest in Baltimore

Photo Credit: MKAsante.com MK ASANTE is not your average college professor. At 23 he joined the staff at Morgan State University and received his tenure at 26. He's not your average author. He has been mentored by literary greats such as: the late Amiri Baraka and late Maya Angelou. Show More Summary

The Great Black Swamp

last weekHumor / odd : TYWKIWDBI

Raise your hand if you already knew about this. Didn't think so...The Great Black Swamp... was a glacially fed wetland in northwest Ohio and extreme northeast Indiana, United States, that existed from the end of the Wisconsin glaciation...Show More Summary

How to Escape the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Trap

"How would you describe the current state of your finances, using four or five adjectives?" That's one of the questions I ask my new clients when I meet them in my money coaching practice. This single question can reveal a great deal about how you are currently managing your money. Show More Summary

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