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- .@lubys, I'm pretty sure I reached my lifetime salt intake limit after the mashed potatoes and macaroni I just attempted to eat. For real. 17 hours ago
- i went out to eat and 50% of my meal was waaaay too salty and now i'm feeling oversalted. do. not. want. 17 hours ago
- RT @WomanMDsGuide: motherjones.com/politics/2013/… Here is #personhood in action: Mississippi tries to apply manslaughter laws to stillbirths and mi… 1 day ago
- RT @sassycrass: The underclass is not an accident. It is a highly structured, ruthlessly reinforced, institutional necessity. Watch the shi… 1 day ago
- ICYMI: I'm giving away a copy of Anthony Marra's fab debut novel, A CONSTELLATION OF VITAL PHENOMENA. wp.me/pMKoA-2bU #bookgiveaway 1 day ago
Category Archives: military industrial complex
via TPM So says Retired Lt. General Tom McInerney: Also: it’s not racial profiling? My ass it isn’t.
Holy crap, not being on top of the link situation for 5 straight days is brutal. I have more things starred in my Reader than I know what to do with! Daily Kos: Fun with Numbers on Abortion Coverage On … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted the votes on the 2010 Franken Senate Defense Appropriations Amendment, which was created by Senator Al Franken largely in response to the legal issues Jamie Leigh Jones [trigger warning] faces after being gang raped by 7 employees … Continue reading
At least 100 detainees have been killed by U.S. torture and interrogation methods via AlterNet and Salon And to make matters worse, His Great Holiness, The Sacred Purveyor of Change We Can Believe In President Obama is doing things scarily … Continue reading
Today, on the eve of a new presidency, the blog world throws its shoes at the worst president in US history. Rufus and I are participating on behalf of all those innocent people murdered at the hands of the war … Continue reading
I periodically post about people, usually immigrants, who have died while in US custody. I’m ashamed to say I wasn’t really paying attention to Aafia Siddiqui’s story. I vaguely remember hearing the name a few years back, but I honestly just wasn’t … Continue reading
via La Chola It’s official: Congress has approved Plan Mexico. [...] Plan Mexico will provide resources, equipment, and training to the Mexican government, police, and military. It will not give Mexico liquid funds. The US military, government agencies such as USAID, … Continue reading