One ray of sunshine among a litany of depressing political news this week was the announcement by Kentucky’s Tourism Arts & Heritage Cabinet Secretary Bob Stewart that Ken Ham's Noah's Ark theme park would NOT get 18 million dollars in tax payer subsidies from the state of Kentucky.
Like Jacob Marley's ghost whose chains were forged in life, link by link and yard by yard, could there be a better metaphor for the shackles Republicans have fashioned for themselves than their petulant calls to impeach the President or, better yet, to slam the Capitol's doors in his face sho
I had a gift subscription that I didn't go looking for. I just got an email informing me that I was being allocated one from funds donated to the site. Recently I got another email advising me that the gift subscription was about to expire.
My grandparents were FDR Democrats. Not the type that put his picture up in the living room but serious about their love for the guy. When they talked to me about Social Security, they would always warn: “Don’t ever give your Social Security Number to anyone. "EVER".
I am putting a meta tag on this diary since it is about what happens on Daily Kos and my experience with it. However, my purpose is not to gripe and complain about the site or users that I don't like as is often the case with meta diaries.
When ISIS fighters kill men, women and yes children we are rightly upset and disgusted with their actions. But we seem to be fine with our own propaganda war footage posted on YouTube and Network TV. Why?
The US Supreme Court used the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act as the basis for its Hobby Lobby decision which allowed some private corporations to refuse to follow the ACA mandate for providing contraceptive coverage in health plans.