Month: August 2012

Originally posted on While Chasing Kids:
Ah, vacation… We had the best time ever hanging out with the family, riding bikes, enjoying the mountains.  However, I found myself missing the kitchen.  In fact I started having a serious baking withdrawal… Naturally, since we got back, I made 5…

Originally posted on Motley News:
Do You Suffer From S.L.U.T.- Sexually Liberated Uterine Tendencies? If so, then here is the treatment that will help…. “Legitimate Rape.” You see, “Legitimate Rape” helps your body with it’s natural method of preventing pregnancy – it shuts down. More info available in…

Originally posted on Things My Belly Likes:
doughy lumps on top, bubbling stew beneath It used to be that recipes were handed down from mother to daughter (I’m not being sexist, cooking was generally considered a female task). Sometimes a well-thumbed recipe book could last for generations and…

The Lyin Guys

  By Jueseppi B.                                                                 Here’s MY advice to any and all TeaTardedRepubliCANTS, GOPretenders, Conselfishservatives & Reich Wing Nuts: […]

The Good Guys

  By Jueseppi B.             West Wing Week: 8/31/12 or, “It’s Summer Mailbag Time!”   Published on Aug 30, 2012 by whitehouse It’s the summer’s special Mailbag Edition of West Wing Week, featuring Elizabeth Olsen, Director of Presidential Correspondence. This week we’re taking a moment to […]

Originally posted on votebeam:
TALLAHASSEE, FL, Aug. 30, 2012 – Civic groups and Florida voters won a huge victory when a federal judge indicated he will permanently remove some of the most restrictive parts of Florida’s new voter registration laws, which have made it harder for student governments…

Originally posted on votebeam:
Three months after a federal judge blocked much of Florida’s year-old voter suppression law as an unconstitutional infringement on speech and voting rights, the same judge agreed Tuesday to permanently remove the restrictions on voter registration drives, pending final confirmation that a federal appeals…

Originally posted on votebeam:
A judge said on Wednesday he would issue a permanent injunction against controversial restrictions on voter registration drives in Florida put in place under a new state election law backed by the state’s governor. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle temporarily prohibited Florida in May…

Originally posted on votebeam:
Her testimony on Tuesday and Wednesday bordered on the absurd at times. Not because Andino is a poor witness, not because she’s a zealot, but for precisely the opposite reason. Relentlessly, professionally, candidly, she has revealed to the world the utter lack of sense…

Originally posted on votebeam:
DOJ has also objected to discriminatory new voting restrictions in Florida and Texas under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. Section 5 mandates that covered jurisdictions with a history of electoral discrimination—which includes parts or all of sixteen states, including much of the South—receive approval…

Game Over……FORWARD!!

  By Jueseppi B.             The Rhodes Ahead: Second Anniversary of the End of the Combat Mission in Iraq   Published on Aug 30, 2012 by whitehouse Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes reflects upon the anniversary of the end of the combat mission in Iraq […]

Originally posted on As My World Turns:
English: President Barack Obama welcomes Israeli President Shimon Peres in the Oval Office Tuesday, May 5, 2009. At right is Vice President Joe Biden. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza. Français : President Barack Obama accueille le président israélien Shimon…