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Archive for June 12th, 2010

The LiberalOasis Radio Show: Feel The Wave Edition

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on June 12th, 2010 4:40 am by HL

The LiberalOasis Radio Show: Feel The Wave Edition

The latest LiberalOasis Radio Show podcast is up, with Traci Olsen and myself wondering — after this week’s primary elections — what happened to the anti-incumbent wave the media kept telling us about, discussing the very eventful America’s Future Now! conference, analyzing the meaning of the close Senate vote saving EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas pollution (my blog post about it is here) and the literary event of the year, “The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner.”

Plus, we talk to Valley Advocate blogger Sarah Buttenwieser about the value of monthly arts nights to the vibrancy of small towns and cities.

You can download the podcast at these links: (iTunes / XML feed / MP3).


Pat Robertson?s advice to woman whose husband flirts: Make yourself more attractive and ?don?t hassle him.?

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on June 12th, 2010 4:39 am by HL

Pat Robertson?s advice to woman whose husband flirts: Make yourself more attractive and ?don?t hassle him.?
Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson frequently stresses the importance of monogamous heterosexual relationships and is happy to offer his viewers advice on how to maintain them. As Media Matters documents, Robertson fielded a question on yesterday’s edition of the 700 Club from a woman who was concerned that her husband frequently flirts with “other women he […]

Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson frequently stresses the importance of monogamous heterosexual relationships and is happy to offer his viewers advice on how to maintain them. As Media Matters documents, Robertson fielded a question on yesterday’s edition of the 700 Club from a woman who was concerned that her husband frequently flirts with “other women he finds attractive.” Naturally, Robertson blamed the wife, advising her to “make yourself as attractive as possible,” and to not “hassle him about it,” lest she “drive him away”:

CO-HOST: Pat, this is from Anne who says, “My husband has always been a flirt and loves to talk with other women he finds attractive. He says he would never cheat on me but his actions are starting to get to me. What should I do?”

ROBERTSON: Anne, first thing is you need to make yourself as attractive as possible and don’t hassle him about it. And why is he doing this? Well, he’s doing it because he wants affirmation that he is still a man, that he is attractive — and he gets an affirmation of himself. That means he’s got an inferiority complex that’s coming out. And he’s not gonna cheat on you. He’s just playing.

But you need to not drive him away or start hassling and hounding on him, but make yourself as beautiful as you can, as fun as you can, and say let’s go out here, let’s go there, let’s go to the other thing.

Roberts has a long history of making outrageously chauvinistic comments. He famously once said, “The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women,” but is rather “a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians.” On the proper role of a wife, Robertson has said, “Christ is the head of the household and the husband is the head of the wife, and that’s the way it is, period.”

More than half the members of the GOP?s ?Young Guns? program are eligible for AARP membership.
The National Republican Congressional Committee often touts its “Young Guns” program, an initiative “dedicated to identifying, recruiting, and mobilizing a new generation of conservative leaders.” But as the Daily Beast points out, this fresh-faced group really isn’t that young: In fact, the current crop of the 22 Young Guns looks very much like the […]

The National Republican Congressional Committee often touts its “Young Guns” program, an initiative “dedicated to identifying, recruiting, and mobilizing a new generation of conservative leaders.” But as the Daily Beast points out, this fresh-faced group really isn’t that young:

In fact, the current crop of the 22 Young Guns looks very much like the old generation of conservative leaders. These upstarts together average an age of 49.6 years old — two months shy of the average age of new members who joined Congress in 2008. And those current reps are no spring chickens themselves. According to one analysis, the 111th Congress is the oldest, on average, of any since 1907.

More than half of the Young Guns, having celebrated the big 5-0, are already eligible for an AARP membership. Only two of the group’s designated candidates– Martha Roby, who is running for Alabama’s 2nd District, and district attorney-cum-reality-television star Sean Duffy, who is running for the open seat in Wisconsin’s 7th District — are under the age of 40.

In the past, the Republican National Committee has had to lure younger GOP donors — aka “Young Eagles” — with trips to topless clubs. (HT: Wonkette)


Unlike predecessors, Obama has yet to make address from Oval Office

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on June 12th, 2010 4:38 am by HL

Unlike predecessors, Obama has yet to make address from Oval Office
In a busy year-and-a-half in office, President Obama has given dozens of speeches, interviews and news conferences, repeatedly attempting to seize the attention of a distracted public. But he’s never addressed the nation from the Oval Office.


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Despite crises, Obama yet to speak from Oval Office




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Most Americans support Kagan’s nomination to Supreme Court, poll finds
Nearly six in 10 Americans say the Senate should vote to confirm U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court, but most also want her to answer questions about how she would have decided past cases and to reveal her stand on legal abortion.


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Right Now: Scott Brown’s web team swoops in for Sharron Angle
It’s an open secret that Sharron Angle, the GOP’s new nominee against Sen. Harry Reid (R-Nev.), is being encouraged to shake up her tiny, grassroots campaign.



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Bush delivers inaugural address as president of Facebook
Thursday was a b-a-a-a-a-d day for Rep. Anthony Weiner.


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Restoring Justice at the OLC

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on June 12th, 2010 4:31 am by HL

Restoring Justice at the OLC
Dawn Johnsen, Washington Post
In 2004, the leak of a controversial memo on the use of torture catapulted the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel into the spotlight. Fallout and debate continue, including in the context of my nomination — withdrawn this spring — to head this office. While attention understandably is focused on confirming the president's Supreme Court nominee, the OLC remains, after six years, without a confirmed leader.It is long past time to halt the damage caused by the “torture memo” by settling on a bipartisan understanding of the proper role of this critical office and…

The Myth of Iran’s “Isolation”
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post
In announcing the passage of a U.N. Security Council resolution imposing sanctions on Iran, President Obama stressed not once but twice Iran's increasing “isolation” from the world. This claim is not surprising considering that after 16 months of an “extended hand” policy, in response to which Iran accelerated its nuclear program — more centrifuges, more enrichment sites, higher enrichment levels — Iranian “isolation” is about the only achievement to which the administration can even plausibly lay claim.”Isolation” may have failed to deflect…

How We Talk About Energy
Matthew Yglesias, American Prospect
Unfortunately, I have absolutely no idea how to shut down the massive oil leak currently taking place in the Gulf of Mexico. Nor do I have any ideas about how to clean it up or to mitigate the harm done by the oil already in the water. What's really needed are specifics, and political pundits are ill-positioned to offer them (my colleagues have suggested military expertise should be brought to bear). What I can say is that the politics of this disaster reflect, in part, a series of short-sighted decisions on the part of key progressive leaders.In principle, after all, a disaster of…

High Court & the Constitution: It’s Complicated
Dahlia Lithwick, Slate
David SouterAlmost two weeks ago, former Supreme Court Justice David Souter gave the commencement speech at Harvard, a speech that's been variously described by some of my favorite legal writers as a denunciation of “originalism,” a defense of “living constitutionalism,” and a suggestion that “judicial activism” is a game both liberals and conservatives can play. But the striking aspect of Souter's remarkable speech is that it rejected virtually all of these easy ideological labels and addressed itself to two much simpler questions: Is the meaning of…

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