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How Smart is The Average American?

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts), Videos on April 22nd, 2007 6:35 pm by HL

You just know the people that answered the political questions voted for Bush, each and every one. These are the people that keep our country in the chaos it is in right now.


US Attorney for Delaware is being replaced?

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 22nd, 2007 6:32 pm by HL


SCOOP: US Attorney for Delaware is being replaced?

Daily Kos
Excerpt
No one else has this story. The US Attorney for the District of Delaware, Colm F. Connolly, is being replaced by Keith M. Rosen, an attorney from the New York office of Chadbourne & Parke LLP.

In light of Gonzogate, one has to consider what the real reasons for the replacement are. And, again, one has to wonder why there are no press releases or public announcements of this replacement. I discovered it purely by accident.

This diary is short at the moment, but, I will be updating it throughout the day with details of the former and future US Attorney for Delaware. It may simply be that Karl Rove is positioning Connolly to run against Joseph Biden. Who knows? If anyone has ideas, please comment.

I. Introduction

While reading the recent court documents filed in the US v Rosen AIPAC spy case, one of the defense attorneys, Abbe Lowell, said something that caught my eye. It was a hearing before Judge Ellis, and is customary, the names of each of the attorneys present is made part of the transcript by each identifying him or herself.


Torture Boy Not Getting Any Help From His Own People (Except Bush)

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 20th, 2007 2:04 pm by HL


Gonzales seeks GOP support – gets little

AP
Excerpt
WASHINGTON – Desperate for support among fellow Republicans, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales faced grim prospects Friday after a bruising Senate hearing that produced one outright call for resignation and a fistful of invitations and hints to quit.

There were fresh calls from Democrats for Gonzales to step down. “The president should restore credibility to the office of the attorney general. Alberto Gonzales must resign,” said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (news, bio, voting record) of California.

Gonzales and other administration officials had hoped his appearance Thursday would produce a groundswell of support among Republicans, but there was little if any evidence of that.

Alone among the nine Republicans on the committee, Sen. Tom Coburn (news, bio, voting record) of Oklahoma called for Gonzales to resign.

Several other Republicans made plain their unhappiness.

Specter told Gonzales his description of events was “significantly if not totally at variance with the facts.”

“Why is your story changing?” Charles Grassley (news, bio, voting record) of Iowa asked at one point, citing differences between an earlier explanation and the hearing testimony.

Lindsey Graham (news, bio, voting record) of South Carolina, after hearing the attorney general’s account of the case, said, “Most of this is a stretch,” and added it seemed to him that some of those dismissed “just had personality conflicts with people in your office or the White House and (officials) just made up reasons to fire them.”

Sen. Jeff Sessions (news, bio, voting record) of Alabama expressed concern with Gonzales’ memory at the hearing. In an interview later, he went further. “I think it’s going to be difficult for him to be an effective leader,” he said.

HLs Take
Of course Bush still behind him. Because for Bush to call for Gonzalez to step down would mean that Bush would have to admit he made a mistake by putting old torture boy in there in the first place, and in Bush’s mind he has never made a mistake. He even said so one time when he couldn’t come up with a single thing he would have done differently during his Presidency given the chance. Besides Bush loves Torture and murder almost as much as Torture Boy. They are Sicko’s on a mission, and no amount of reason will make them see the light.


Insane McCain Stikes Again

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts), Videos on April 20th, 2007 8:02 am by HL

That senile old fool. When asked what we should do about Iran he breaks into song. That tired old ditty “Bomb Iran” to the tune of “Barbara Ann” that I remember hearing back in ’79. Mccain must think he is one of The Beach Boys, except he’s far crazier then Brian Wilson ever was. This guy wants to be President. He’ll make Bush look like an efficient manager of the nation by comparison. Hey John, instead of running for President (which you have 0 chance of winning, maybe it’s time to retire to Florida or somthing. Check out the crooning of McCain


New Advertiser on The HL

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on April 20th, 2007 6:26 am by HL

The HL is proud to welcome a new advertiser. It is Politico.com
Politico is a great Political blog with lots of links and stories. They have rundowns of all the candidates that are running for the Presidency, and lots of new stories each day. Also Politico.com readers will decide the questions our reporters ask at the May 3rd Republican presidential debate, televised live on MSNBC. Click Through to Submit Your Question
Should be interesting to hear them defend Bush, Torture Boy, and Wolfowitz, not to mention their plans to extend the wars forever. HLs advertisers keep the site going to go on over and have a look. Thank You.


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Democrats Kicking Republican Ass in Fundraising

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 18th, 2007 10:24 am by HL

GOP Funk: Top Dems Have Twice As Many Donors

Politico.com
Excerpt
From Congress to the presidential campaign, Republican fund raising is lagging while Democratic donations are surging.

Yet beneath the record-breaking million-dollar totals lies another statistic that could be more ominous in 2008 for Republicans: a yawning gap between the presidential primary fields’ donor bases. According to campaign figures, the Democrats’ top three candidates received donations from about 204,000 individuals. The first-tier Republican trio drew checks from 110,000, roughly half as many. That donor disparity helped give the Democrats a big first-quarter financial advantage.

The Democrats’ top three candidates reported having $61 million in cash at the end of the quarter, compared with $29 million posted by the top Republicans. Of the nine presidential hopefuls who raised more than $1 million, six are Democrats, compared with three Republicans. Two of the Democrats’ second-tier candidates — New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd — matched or beat the quarter-end cash balance of the Republican front-runner, Sen. John McCain of Arizona.

HLs Take
The Dems are getting way more donation because people have realized that Republicans only care about war, and more profit for themselves and their business cronies, and screw the people. At this point I would say that no republican has a chance to win the presidency. America will be a lot better off for it. Maybe this time people won’t forget the peace and prosperity of The Clinton administration to vote for the war mongerers as they did last time due to media manipulation on an unimportant matter that had nothing to do with governing.


Are Real Estate Prices About to Collapse?

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 18th, 2007 10:12 am by HL

Bubble People and the Faith-Based Market. Trouble in Squanderville

Counterpunch
Excerpt
Two years ago, anyone who wrote about the housing bubble was dismissed as a conspiracy nut. Now hardly a day goes by that the headlines aren’t splattered with the details of the massive meltdown in the real estate market.
What changed? The facts are essentially the same today as they were back then. In fact, the “Economist”–as well as many independent journalists–had already shown that the Fed’s low interest rates had inflated the biggest equity bubble in history which could potentially bring down the entire economy.
Now, all of a sudden, the media is acting as if the problem sprouted up overnight?
Why?
The notion that the media was unaware of what was going on is ridiculous. The business pages in America’s newspapers are written by some of the country’s “best and brightest”; most of them have MBAs which they earned at our finest universities.
Is it possible that they were oblivious to the trillions of dollars that were funneled into the real estate market to unqualified loan applicants? Or that they didn’t know that the rising prices had no relation GDP, increases in wages or productivity.
Is it possible that some of our best educated business prognosticators don’t understand the effects of low interest rates or the speculative bubbles they naturally create?
It’s simply not possible—-the effects of interest rates are the first thing that one learns in Econ 101.

HLs Take
About 3-4 years ago I was looking at houses in the ridiculously overpriced Southern California market. Back then Houses would go on sale on Monday, and be sold on Wednesday for considerably more then the original asking price. I quickly realized I had no chance of affording one, so I stayed in my apartment. Little did I realize at the time that the market was being glutted by people who had no business buying a house but did anyway through the subprime market. Prices were skyrocketing so fast it made your head spin. I have to put some of the blame for that on the people who are now going into default because their higher interest rates are kicking in and now they can’t afford the payments. How do you get into such a huge commitment without reading the fine print? Of course the government and lenders know that a lot of people are that negligent, and pumped up the market to people that couldn’t afford it so they could all make their commissions and worry about the rest later. Kind of like the way the Bush administration operates. Now houses are staying on the market for 6 months or more but owners have not yet lowered their asking prices because they hope somehow the market will rebound. Soon enough they won’t be able to hold on any longer, then look out below. Excellent article by Mike Whitney, click through and read the whole thing


Republicans to Arrest 3,000 (95% Illegally) at Minneapolis Convention.

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on April 18th, 2007 8:58 am by HL

Convention plan includes preparing for 3,000 arrests

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Arrestees at NYC Convention in 2004. HL in There Somewhere
Guantanamo on the Hudson Aug. 31, 2004Excerpt:About $550,000 for a possible open-air, fenced detention facility to hold protesters next to the Ramsey County Workhouse; $1.7 million for overtime, and $62,000 for biohazard decontamination equipment….
These are among the items included in a $4.4 million budget proposal by Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher, who was told by St. Paul police to plan for 3,000 arrests during the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul.

The idea of developing a plan for 3,000 arrests drew sharp criticism this week from the American Civil Liberties Union in Minnesota, which said it was far too high and represented an overreaction by authorities.
Also included in the projected expenses is $350,000 in riot equipment and Tasers to control protesters engaged in civil disobedience….

The county thinks St. Paul will agree to cover the costs through a $50 million appropriation expected from Congress to cover convention security.
Charles Samuelson, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota, said the Republican Convention in New York drew hundreds of thousands of demonstrators, far more than are predicted for St. Paul in 2008, yet New York had fewer arrests than St. Paul is planning for.

While it has not been decided, the Sheriff’s Office is considering transporting arrested protesters to a fenced field with tents and temporary cooling units next to the workhouse. He said he expected most protesters would be released in two to four hours.
“I hope it is a nice warm, dry day,” Samuelson said. “Otherwise, because of the lawsuits, this could be the most expensive thing they do, if it doesn’t work right.”
Told about the possible open-air detention facility, Mary Beaudoin, director of Women Against Military Madness, a local protest group, said, “It’s hideous, it’s terrifying. Are they going to have us wear orange jumpsuits and hoods, too? It sounds like Guantanamo Bay

HLs Take
Guantanamo Bay indeed. Last time it was Guantanamo on The Hudson. If you are planning to go to the convention to protest Bush, and the republicans be prepared to be arrested because you will. Arrested for excersizing your constitutional rights to peaceful protest. Not only that they are using your money to do it with. Congress is to appropriate $50 Million of your money to arrest you for doing what the constitution says you can do. Is this a great country or what. Longtime readers of this site know that I went through the same BS in New York in ’04. They are going to try to use the lessons of NYC to prevent as many lawsuits as possible, but if it don’t work out the Republican National Committee will bail them out. Its worth all the money to them not to have their facisim exposed more then it already is.


Kucinich to File Articles of Impeachment Against Cheney

Posted in H.L. News, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 18th, 2007 8:32 am by HL

Articles of Impeachment To Be Filed On Cheney

Washinton Post
Excerpt:
Looks like he’s reached his boiling point.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), the most liberal of the Democratic presidential candidates in the primary field, declared in a letter sent to his Democratic House colleagues this morning that he plans to file articles of impeachment against Vice President Dick Cheney.
Kucinich has made ending the war in Iraq the central theme of his campaign. He has even taken aim at the leading Democratic presidential candidates in the field for their votes on authorizing the war.
Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution gives Congress the authority to impeach the president, vice president and “all civil Officers of the United States” for “treason, bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

HLs Take
This is why I am voting for Dennis in the primaries, and why you should too. He is the one who is doing the most to try to end the corruption, of the Bush/Cheney regime. Not just playing lip service.


The Hollywood Liberal’s on NBC News Raw. Video Blog

Posted in HLs NBC News Raw. Video Blogs, Main Blog (All Posts) on April 17th, 2007 6:39 am by HL

Here is our latest Video Blog for NBC News Raw. Every week we do a recorded news show for NBC News Raw, this week we discuss Bush, Cheney, Wolfowitz, Torture Boy Gonzalez and more. The show is 12 minutes this week, and is in 2 parts. Check out HLTV’s HL News.

Segment 2