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Category Archives: 2015-03-15
(Daily Call cartoon by Mark L. Taylor, 2015. Open source and free to reprint with link to www.thedailycall.org ) There was nothing special about Walker holding and getting his picture take with the Reagan Bible. Except, of course, in Walker’s mind. … Continue reading →
Why Hand Over Control Of Our Government To International Corporations? Fast Tracking Obama’s Secretive Trade Deal Is A Really Bad Idea
“We can have democracy and a prosperous, just, and sustainable human future. Or we can have corporate rule. We cannot have both.” (Editor’s Note: Keep in mind Wisconsin Rep. Ron Kind is Obama’s leading hit man for the secretive Trans-Pacific … Continue reading →
“I keep looking at the statistics. The United States now imprisons more people for drug offenses than Western European nations imprison for all crimes combined. No human society has ever before imprisoned this high a proportion of its population. It … Continue reading →
(Illustration by Seth L. Taylor, 2014.) Writer Terry Pritchett died this past week. The following are a few quotes to remember him by, and to inform our own journey through life: “It’s not worth doing something unless you were doing … Continue reading →
“That inevitable front-runner is inevitable right up until he or she is no longer inevitable. … People inside the Beltway are usually the last people to know when something is happening in Iowa or in New Hampshire … Stay tuned.” … Continue reading →
State Sen. Jennifer Shilling grabbed a tambourine and joined Vendetta band guitarist Gil Plotkin for a jam session Saturday night at a Crawford County Democratic Party St. Paddy’s Day celebration and fundraiser at Century Hall, in Wauzeka.
LA CROSSE – With a looming $2.2 billion deficit, Wisconsin’s upcoming state budget has many families and business owners concerned about the future. In order to provide local residents an opportunity to learn about Governor Walker’s budget and comment on … Continue reading →
Hey, Daily Call Readers: The Daily Call has a Facebook page that gets updated regularly. In the past month we have gained almost 100 Facebook “Likes”. The more “Likes” we have the greater promotion we can give to our Facebook page, The … Continue reading →
American Sharia: So why are pro-gay companies doing nothing about it? By Jay Michaelson The Daily Beast (3/13/15) Georgia is poised to pass the nation’s harshest “religious freedom” law, allowing discrimination, judicial obstruction, and even domestic violence. Yet while the bill … Continue reading →
“A person has to ignore the larger social, economic, political, and religious climate of early North American colonialism to advance the Christian nation myth.” ― David D. Flowers
Join Together (3/12/15) Powdered alcohol was approved by a government agency on Tuesday, The Washington Post reports. The product, called “Palcohol,” could arrive in stores this summer. Last year the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) approved labels … Continue reading →
By Andy Borowitz The New Yorker (3/13/15) The North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un said on Tuesday that he feels “snubbed” by the decision of forty-seven Republican senators to write a letter to Iran but not to him, the official North … Continue reading →