Must Read Op-Eds — February 6, 2010 #tcot #p2 #opinion

As the world watches Egypt erupt in turmoil, there are several stories that are not being told.   The most important one is that there is an Egypt lurking in the shadows of every nation.  Now, simple minded and the arrogant alike think that this is not possible in the Western World — but I […]

Must Read Op-Ed’s — November 19, 2010 #tcot #p2 #teaparty

Is the love affair with President Barack Obama truly over?   It is if you read Ted Rall’s latest opinion piece!  Rall writes one of the most scathing critiques of the first two years of the Obama administration, which would be standard if he was a Republican — but Rall is one of the nations […]

Election 2010 Live Blogging #election2010 #tcot #p2

One of the most important duties of a citizen of a democratic society is to vote.  On November 2, 2010 the midterm elections (in the United States) will decide the course the country will move in.   Will we continue to chart a course with the Democrats in charge for another two years?  Will the […]

TSA: Potentially Suspicious Items on Planes in Philadelphia & Newark #tcot #p2 #terrorism

Update: 10/29/2010 6:47 PM (We will keep you informed of the latest information) This afternoon, President Obama did confirm that explosives were found in a FedEx facility in Dubai, as well as an airport in Britain. Obama referred to the packages as a credible terrorist threat against the United States. The packages were found for […]

The Lost Message #tcot #p2 #election2010

President Obama made news on Wednesday, but not for any legislative agenda, policy, or more “change we can (might, maybe, possibly, one day) believes in”, but for his appearance on the Daily Show with John Stewart.   The appearance was to encourage the “younger viewers” who watch the Daily Show and voted heavily for Barack Obama […]

October Surprise? #tcot #p2 #thefix #election2010

Chris Cilliza from the Washington Post gives a very interesting take on the mythology of the October surprise.   Do they really matter?