Up Oil’s Creek Without a Paddle

I generally write this blog after my show, and use it to reiterate a few points and give the info on the content and guests.  I'll do all of that... But immediately after the show ended, it was time to tune in to President Obama's speech from the Oval Office regarding the biggest man-made environmental disaster in history. Today, government panel of scientists set up to examine the flow from BP's blown out well said that between 1.47 million and 2.52 million gallons of oil is still gushing from the underwater geyser in the Gulf of Mexico every [...]

By |June 15th, 2010|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Up Oil’s Creek Without a Paddle

Good News to Start the Week

Unfortunately, the news isn't about the end of the oil geyser in the gulf, the end of the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, the prosecution of Bush or Cheney, or any of the huge number of other issues I'd like to see rectified. But then again, right now, any good news is good, and this news is, indeed, very good. For the past few weeks, I've shared with you the saga of Danny Tate, a very talented songwriter and artist whose life was taken away from him.  Danny admittedly had some issues with substance abuse but, while working to shed [...]

By |May 24th, 2010|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Good News to Start the Week

It’s All About The Money

Less than an hour after I finished tonight's show, the Senate passed the financial regulation bill by a vote of 59-39.  The two Democrats who voted against cloture yesterday and again today, Russ Feingold and Maria Cantwell, also voted against the final bill.  And I agree with them. They held out because they didn't believe the bill was strong enough. They both wanted amendments brought to the floor that would have strengthened the bill, by bringing back Glass-Steagall and ending "too big to fail." Huffington Post reports: "We need to eliminate the risk posed to our economy by 'too big [...]

By |May 20th, 2010|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on It’s All About The Money

Of Comedy and Tragedy…

The comedy took place Saturday night at the White House Correspondents Dinner. It came from the President, not from the comedian. (Perhaps that was Leno's tragedy!)  The tragedy happened and continues to happen all around us... from the oil geyser in the gulf, to the massive flooding in Nashville and surrounding Southern cities and states, to what's happening to musician Danny Tate, and lots more... We kicked things off today with a conversation with Salon.com Editor in Chief Joan Walsh! It was her first visit to the show, and the first time we'd ever spoken. I'm a fan of Joan's... [...]

By |May 3rd, 2010|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Of Comedy and Tragedy…

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