Just some notes to spread awareness of the fact that a Supreme Court case is challenging the citizenship of Barack Obama and thus his constitutional eligibility to even hold the office of President.
The anointed leader took the podium and proclaimed the message that a hopeful Americaâ€”an America pleading for changeâ€”longed to hear: Yesterday, the people went to the polls and they cast their vote for a new direction. . . . I’m confident that we can work together. I’m confident that we can overcome the temptation to divide this country between red and blue.
I nearly lost my faith in big-politics while in the act of voting during the 2000 election. I cast my ballot in a small church in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, that employed a now old-school voting booth
Here in the Atlanta area we are suffering from gas shortages. We are one of a few pointed regions of the Southeast (also particularly Nashville and the Carolinas) that has experienced a squeeze at the pumps since Hurricane Ike (we have no local refineries, and our gas is trucked from one main pipeline that routes […]