This is what happens when you put people opposed to regulation in charge of regulatory agencies. And I’m not letting Clinton appointees off the hook, either.
Yes, the last governor of Illinois is actually in prison for racketeering. Blagojevich, if you can believe it, ran on a promise to clean up Illinois after Ryan’s corruption.
Change.gov is a fascinating experiment in itself, with a blog outlining the administration-to-be’s plans and projects.
The bloated defense budget (57% of discretionary spending!) has been begging for cuts for a while now. Barney Frank has been one of the few willing to say it out loud.
I don’t trust this White House as far as I could throw it.
Closing the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay would send an immediate signal abroad of a break with the Bush years, and would allow for trials of some detainees and the release of others.
The blogosphere is already abuzz with arguments and suggestions, some of which are based on leaks from the mainstream media while others are wild speculation.
Volunteers came from as far away as Germany to knock on doors, to stand at polling locations and ensure that no one was turned away or denied the ballot, to make millions of phone calls.
At the end of the video, Obama appeared live from a rally in Florida, making his usual closing pitch to Americans to come out and participate.
White people who are otherwise held down by their class still have someone to look down on: the black welfare mom, the illegal immigrant, etc.