Sunday, February 19, 2012

Things to Know - 19 February

                                              (Cartoon courtesy of Adele Klingshrn)

1.  From the Long Beach news bureau, an offering from the Wall Street Journal.  It is a right-of-center view of college courses that hone in on the teaching points to learn from the Occupy Movement:

2.  Bill Moyers writes about Obama's move that articulated Freedom of Religion and Freedom From Religion:

3.  All the GeeOpie wannabees claim that the economy is worse now than in Bush's administration, or that nothing is working.  So let's check this out:

4.  It inexplicable to what depths of Misogyny the Republicans will go to alienate voters.  There is no explanation of how dumb and stupid they can be at the same time:

5.  Poor George Will.  He's searching for great Republicans to admire.  I guess he looks across the field of GeeOpee history, and .....well he has to go back to Eisenhower.  Nice article:

6.  Thomas Friedman throws something into the campaigns for the next election for president.  A candidate who concentrates on those things that the Wannabees and Obama do not even dare talk about, or on which both are in denial:

7.  When it comes to our health care, nothing is more exacerbating than instances when the pharmaceutical industry allows lapses in providing an adequate supply of medications.  Teh F.D.A. can only ASK that they get on the stick and goose up productions, pretty please.  Does it have to be like this?:

8.  Steve Lopez, now in the final days and hours of his father's life.  Many of us have been there, and it is not easy to be comfortable, no matter how many times it is reviewed or re-told:,0,4557516,print.column


"My theory is that all of Scottish cuisine is based on a dare."
       -- Mike Myers
"Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead."
       -- Benjamin Franklin
"No animal should ever jump up on the dining-room furniture unless absolutely certain that he can hold his own in the conversation."
       -- Fran Lebowitz
"Your true value depends entirely on what you are compared with."
       -- Bob Wells
"Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement."
       -- Unknown

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