Wednesday Night Links
* The Port Huron Statement at 50. Warning: this is primarily about the compromised second draft.
* The Fraiser theme song explained. Finally.
* Bad polling news for Romney in North Carolina, Colorado, and pretty much everywhere else. Who could have predicted that aggressively alienating 51% of the voting population would have turned out so badly?
* Tough primary season for God: Every candidate he encouraged to run has dropped out.
* The headline reads, “National Review Fires Another Racist Writer.”
* Uncompromising Photos Expose Juvenile Detention in America. Just heartwrenching. Below: A 12-year-old in his cell at the Harrison County Juvenile Detention Center in Biloxi, Mississippi. The window has been boarded up from the outside. The facility is operated by Mississippi Security Police, a private company. In 1982, a fire killed 27 prisoners and an ensuing lawsuit against the authorities forced them to reduce their population to maintain an 8:1 inmate to staff ratio.
Written by gerrycanavan
April 11, 2012 at 10:59 pm
Posted in Look at what I found on the Internet
Tagged with Big Lebowski, Chris Christie, Colorado, comics, dinosaurs, Florida, Fraiser, general election 2012, George Zimmerman, God, gun, infrastructure, Jack Kirby, juvenile detention, lies and lying liars, Mitt Romney, murder, National Review, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, photographs, polls, Port Huron Statement, prison-industrial complex, race, racism, religion, stand your ground, the Cretaceous, the ladies, Trayvon Martin, Won't somebody think of the children?
Subscribe to comments with RSS.