Oct 17th 2010 2:28PM NOT TO WORRY! Just wait until November, when the Tea Party Republicans win and take over. They will outlaw reporting on such scams. After all, interfering with Ponzi schemes is interfering with business and free enterprise. So we have to end all regulation of such schemes and end prosecutions of scammers (ie: businessmen). Then, we end the rights of left-leaning media to write stories that are critical of scammer/businessmen. After that, everything will be all right!
Jun 29th 2010 11:53AM Corey Allen did NOT "last work" in 1994. Into the new century, he worked at teaching new film makers about acting and directing. He was a professor at Columbia College - Hollywood, a small, non-profit film school which continues to teach students who seek careers in film, television and new media.
Corey Allen was one of those Hollywood pros who did not live life in the tabloids. Rather he contributed to his art and, by his teaching, contributed to the industry and to the art of the future.
Jun 4th 2010 1:21AM I just used cut & paste to copy your site into my browser: Biehler-PoeEnterprieses.com.
This yielded a "can't find site" error message.
I guess one rule for websites is: When you advertise, get your site name spelled right!
May 26th 2010 1:46AM Really cogent comment there, parabella. Thanks for not getting sucked into anything so banal as addressing the actual legal arguments.
Much better to keep it on the high ground of personal attacks against the president and attorney general. Teabagging at its best!
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May 25th 2010 5:42PM Mary Jane,
The problem with Teabaggers is that they have grand ideas like "smaller government" without ever daring to say specifically which programs they want to cut.
And help us, please, understand the "free markets" concept. Are you promoting the idea that companies like BP shouldn't have anyone in the government looking over their shoulders? Look how well that concept worked when the Cheney/Bush administration gave them a drilling permit with NO safety requirements.
Are you really upset that we have regulations banning the sale of alcohol and tobacco to school children? How do you Teabaggers decide which regulations are good and which are bad?
Or do you just want to end them all? At least that way, I guess the drug dealers could do business without having gun fights with the police.
May 25th 2010 5:36PM Maybe it's old whine in new teabags.
May 24th 2010 12:59PM Unlike the Teabag crowd, I have actually read the law. Section 2.E. specifically allows officers to arrest a person if the officer has "probable cause" to believe that the person is here illegally. Section 2.E. DOES NOT prohibit the officer from using racial profiling as "probable cause;"
Sections 6 and Section 7 of the law both protect employers who bring in illegals to work for slave wages and employers who deduct social security from employee wages and then pocket that money. Section 6.B. and 7.B each make it a CRIME to make a "frivolous" complaint against an employer who is using illegal aliens as workiers. So, the OFFICIAL Arizona, Teabag position is that we should punish the workers, but not the companies which profit from hiring the workers.
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May 24th 2010 11:44AM This is REALLY interesting! Do you really want to pretend that the teabag fringe of the Republican Party doesn't like regulating morality?
Isn't your opposition to gay marriages a matter of regulating what you think of as morality? (Gays are bad and so shouldn't have equal rights?)
Isn't your party's efforts to enforce religious views rather than science in public schools, an effort to regulate morality?
Don't Rand Paul and other teabaggers claim that their view of biology, rather than medical science's view, should control the abortion issue? Isn't that a matter of regulating morality?
Why do teabaggers ALWAYS want to regulate morality in ways which increase corporate profits and decrease consumer and citizen protections?
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May 23rd 2010 1:05PM I'm glad that Michael Steele made clear what many suspected: Teabagger Rand Paul will work "in lockstep" with Republican Party policies and strategies.
Yeah, real independence from those TeaBaggers! I guess Dick Armey was right when he claimed that he organized the TeaBag movement to motivate the white, extremist right wing of the Republican Party. Rand is just one more warrior in Dick Armey's army of dicks.
Any Teabagger who pretends not to be a Republican after this has to offer some real statement of policy beliefs beyond - "all libs are socialist", (without having any idea what socialism actuall is) or we will know that they are simply too ashamed of their actual beliefs to state them publicly.
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May 22nd 2010 9:32PM Let's see, 13 comments, all condemning the Democrat. Yup, AOL sure is leftist.
And eacy of the 13 wants to go back to the good old days of war heroes like Dick Cheney, Dubya, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and all those other "deferment warriors", because their bravery and patriotism is so much greater than men who actually served - whether in country or not.
Yeah, all these patriots want to go back to the good old Dubya days of cutting veterans' benefits DURING A WAR!
Amazing how the NY Times is now embraced as a paragon of reporting by the Tea Party/Republicans when they couldn't wait to condemn it when it reported the truth about Rand Paul and all the Wall Street sychophants in the Republican leadership.