1. If the Budget Debate Had a Nate Silver by Dean Baker

    November 27, 2012 by adminpete

    “While we did have both spending and tax cuts as part of stimulus packages, these were explicitly temporary efforts to boost the economy. Had the economy not collapsed, there would have been no reason for this policy. In short, a Nate Silver of the budget debates might force people on both sides to acknowledge that the large short-term budget deficits are simply the result of the economic downturn caused by the collapse of the housing bubble.”


  2. Nightly News Wrap-Ups I love

    November 15, 2012 by adminpete

    Greg Sargent’s “The Plum Line” Happy Hour Roundup

    Steve Benen’s “Mini-Report” 

    And Of Course Andrew Sullivan’s “The Daily Wrap”

  3. I’m Really excited for this

    November 14, 2012 by adminpete

    Oliver Stone

  4. My Top Reads for Monday 11/12/12

    November 12, 2012 by adminpete

    The Sins Of General David Petraeus

    Ross Douthat in the NY Times advice to the Republican Party

    The GOP’s Media Cocoon 

    Fiscal Cliff Talks Will Likely Target Medicare, Social Security, Programs For The Poor

    Dems, GOP fight brewing over curbing filibusters

  5. Pete on CNN today

    November 9, 2012 by adminpete



  6. Obama wins BIG , Love Wins

    November 7, 2012 by adminpete

    The President has been re elected and Marriage Equality has arrived in Maine & Maryland. God Intended for Todd Akin ,Richard Mourdock & Joe Walsh to lose and the end of Marajuana Prohibition has begun.

    Here are some morning reads:

    Obama’s victory speech: Behind the return of the president’s rhetoric

    Andrew Sullivan The American President

    Dr Aaron Carroll 

    Colorado become the first to legalize Marajuana

    Maine and Maryland vote for marriage equality

    5 Amazing freakouts at FOX

  7. Election Night 2012: A Viewers Guide

    November 6, 2012 by adminpete

    From “The Week” Magazine

    After more than a year of campaigning, billions of dollars in ads and electioneering, two big national conventions, four race-shifting debates, and countless opinion polls, America’s biggest political drama unfolds live on national TV Tuesday night. The polls are tight enough in the headline matchup, President Obama versus Mitt Romney, that nobody can say with certainty who will win (both Obama andRomney have multiple paths to victory), but there is lots of down-ticket and state-level drama to watch for, too. Here,The Week‘s guide to what to watch for as the votes come in, when to expect big news, and some of the options for how to watch Election Night 2012:


  8. Brutal Ad

    by adminpete

  9. Today’s Reads

    November 5, 2012 by admin

    Four Ways Ohio’s GOP Secretary Of State Is Trying To Swing The Election For Mitt Romney

    Can a ‘post-truth’ candidate be elected president?

    Chris Rock’s Message for White Voters 

    All things Nate Silver

    Sandy Versus Katrina By PAUL KRUGMAN