Bill Kristol, Paul Wolfowitz, Paul Bremer, and Doug Feith were the Bush-era, neocon cheerleaders architects that pushed the 2003 invasion of Iraq over the airwaves. Collectively, these guys swore that Saddam hussein was developing nuclear capabilities and that the regime had massive WMDs. Well, all of that turned out to be untrue.
In a controversial decision on Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States judged that an Ohio law which prevented groups from making false political statements was unconstitutional. The decision from the Court was unanimous that the group challenging the law should have been allowed to erect billboards stating that Representative Steve Driehaus (D-Ohio) of supporting “taxpayer funded” abortion.
Brent Douglas Cole, 60, was accused of shooting two law enforcement officersover the weekend, including a California Highway Patrol officer and Bureau of Land Management ranger over the weekend. It turned out that the shooter, Cole, is an anti-government conspiracy theorist, much like Las Vegas’s the Millers who shot and killed two police officers in the name of right-wing nut politics.
On Tuesday, Democratic congressmen introduced a bill to combat the progression toward the creation of internet ‘fast lanes’. The proposed bill would place a requirement on the FCC to prevent the speeding up of some internet connections.