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Some notes about FEMA's rewriting of case history in a letter to Senator Gillibrand (December 2013)

About two months after FEMA – without any authorization or basis – stopped providing my disabled Mom with any access to temporary housing assistance, a surprising letter was sent by the Federal Coordinating Officer for Hurricane Sandy to Congress via Senator Gillibrand. 629 more words


1994 - Peaked Too Early?

In review:
In what must have been a bit of a shock at the time (and certainly comes across as even stranger now), The Cranberries and their response to “The Troubles” in Ireland took out top spot ahead of Nine Inch Nails in what I’ve always thought to be the hottest of all Hottest 100’s. 1,312 more words

Conspiracy Theory: The Interview

Sony Pictures has cancelled the Christmas release of a film at the centre of a hacking scandal after terrorist threats to cinemagoers and a decision by major movie theatre groups to cancel screenings in the US.

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Nathuram Godse's Final Speech

With all the brouhaha about Nathuram Godse,I decided to google round a bit and find out something more about him. We Indians have a tendency to deify. 2,444 more words

Indian Politics

Wholly Misleading Half Truth: Looking Only at the Good Changes

Technically speaking, this meme is true. Conservatives, by definition, are typically opposed to change. So you can list the positive changes, say that conservatives opposed them, and make the non-conservatives look wonderful. 119 more words


1993 - Creeps, Assholes & A Penis - The Beginning Of A Long And Storied Tradition

In review:
The first of the now-traditional year-in-review Hottest 100’s after previous years being “Of All Time”, the top 10 provided a deadly combination of novelty songs, old stagers and early tracks for bands that would have long-lasting success. 916 more words

generations uncounted have had to put up with this crap...

via -teesa-: 10.16.14  You go to a high school… – Liberals Are Cool.


You go to a high school named after a man who fought to subjugate you.Bryan Stevenson discusses his book, Just Mercy.Being racist and white in the South is NEVER having to say sorry.300 years of privilege and exclusive wealth creation, combined with 150 years of intimidation, and you would think the white conservatives believe they were the victims.

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