Monthly Archives: December 2011

Tracking the Growth of American Authoritarianism

“Can There Really Be Fascist People In A Democracy?”
Libertarians are stealthily taking over America.

Since the 1971 Powell Memo, America has moved closer and closer to Fascism.

 

Bad Deeds for 12-30-2011

  93-Year-Old Tennessee Woman Who Cleaned State Capitol for 30 Years Denied Voter ID – A 93-year-old Tennessee woman who cleaned the state Capitol for 30 years, including the governor’s office, says she won’t be able to vote for the … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-26-2011

  Fox News Guest’s Ugly Racist Remark About President Obama – Fox News continued its pattern of directing attacks with racist undertones at President Barack Obama on Thursday night when Brent Bozell of the conservative Media Research Center said that … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-23-2011

  Contributor to Republican National Committee Faked Military Record to Obtain More Than $6 Million in Government Contracts – The United States Attorney’s Office District of Kansas indicted 69-year-old Warren K. Parker, a contributor to the Republican National Committee, for … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-21-2011

  Boehner’s Office Cuts Off C-SPAN Cameras as Republicans Take Verbal Beating – As Rep. Stenny Hoyer (D-MD) attempted to call for a vote to extend a payroll tax cut to middle class and working Americans, his Republican colleagues adjourned … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-19-2011

  Rick Perry Starts Drawing $90,000 Annual Retirement while Teachers and Other State Workers Suffer – Rick Perry — who isn’t stepping down as governor — nevertheless was able to officially “retire” this year for benefits purposes, a move that … Continue reading

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“Double High” Authoritarian Gingrich – Reducing Checks and Balances to Support the ONE%

A Newt 2012 Position Paper – Compiled from previous writings of and paid for by Newt Gingrich: Looks like what Newt is proposing is to reduce the power and protections of the judicial branch of our government in favor of … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-15-2011

  Republican Operative Guilty of Voter Suppression – A jury has found a former aide to Gov. Bob Ehrlich guilty of conspiring to suppress the black vote by using robocalls during last year’s gubernatorial election. The robocalls went out to … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds: ALEC

  Right-wing States Rights – Conservatives talk a lot about how states should retain their individual control over how they handle issues. But at the same time, they are attempting to secretly impose one-size-fits-all legislation at the state level through … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-8-2011

  New Bill Allows Military To Detain You Indefinitely – It’s a bad sign when George W. Bush’s defense team thinks that a military bill goes too far in violating your rights. But we’ve got just that with the passing … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-7-2011

  Romney Spent Nearly $100,000 to Hide His Records – Mitt Romney spent nearly $100,000 in state funds to replace computers in his office at the end of his term as governor of Massachusetts in 2007 as part of an … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 12-4-2011

  Galveston County Judge Presides Over Legal Cases With No Law Experience and Only 46 Hours of Training – In Texas, county judges are primarily administrators who sit on County Commissioners Court. They are not expected to handle criminal matters. … Continue reading

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Bad Deeds for 11-30-2011

  Mitt Romney Puts “Political Implications” Ahead of the Lives of 11 Million People – At a debate last week Mitt Romney placed himself further to the right on immigration than any presidential candidate in recent history. He said he … Continue reading

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