Archive for the ‘Huffington’ Category

Blog #38–Bipartisan Budget Deal–A Slap in the Face, Really

April 10 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Big Business, Bipartisan Budget Cuts, Bipartisan Budget Deal, Brainwashing, Budget Cuts, Budget Deal, Bush Tax Cuts, Campaigning, Compromise, Controls, Cooperation, Dan Pfeiffer, Democratic Party, Elections, General, GOP, Government Control, Healthcare, Hood Robin Party, Hope, Huffington, In the News, Media, Middle Class, Middling People, Obama, Obama Tax Cuts, Oligarchy, Opinion, Political Theatre, POTUS, Regulations, Renewable Energy, Renewables, Republican Party, Ryan Grim, Slap in the Face, Social Justice, Social Security, Spineless, The Rich, Think, Third World America, U.S. Empire, Wall Street, Wealthy, White House Blog, Working Class

Bipartisan Budget Deal— A Slap in the Face, Really April 10, 2011 This blog refers to some of the material included on the April 9, 2011, Huffington Post website: The White House Blog, by Dan Pfeiffer, White House communications director; and Ryan Grim, senior congressional correspondent for the Huffington Post. Pfeiffer said that the final bipartisan deal cuts spending by $78.5 billion from... Read more

Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing

January 5 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Alternative Energy, Amory Lovins, Big Oil, China, Huffington, Megaplant, Megapower, Micropower, Nuclear, Nuclear Fuel, Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing, Opinion, Renewable Energy, Renewables, Think, Working Class

January 5, 2011 China: Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Technology Has Been Mastered (January 3, 2011, article by AP’s Christopher Bodeen, posted on Bodeen reports that China has developed a safe and effective chemical process for reprocessing fuel from nuclear power plants: to separate and recover the unused uranium and plutonium, reduce waste, and safely close the nuclear cycle, but there is no prediction as to... Read more

Bush Tax Cuts

December 7 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Billionaires, Campaigning, Democratic Party, Elections, GOP, Hood Robin Party, Huffington, Independent, Middle Class, Obama, Oligarchy, Opinion, Republican Party, Social Justice, Taxes, The Rich, Think, Unemployment, Working Class

December 7, 2010  GOP—The Hood Robin Party They Take from the Poor to Give to the Rich   Sandy Hanson, the originator of the heading above, lives in Las Vegas. She went to a rally in Las Vegas recently to demonstrate against the Bush tax cuts and the above is one of her creations that she took to the rally. Thank you, Sandy, for... Read more

The New American Oligarchy

December 4 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Alternative Voting, Billionaires, Campaigning, Censure, Charlie Rangel, Democratic Party, Elections, Government Control, Huffington, In the News, Media, Middle Class, Obama, Oligarchy, Opinion, Public Campaign Financing, Regulations, Republican Party, Social Justice, Supreme Court, Taxes, The Rich, Think

December 4, 2010 The New American Oligarchy: Creating a Country Of the Rich, By the Rich, And for the Rich (The article with the title above, written by Andy Kroll —staff writer for Mother Jones magazine— appeared on on December 2, 2010) As I mentioned in my blog yesterday, regarding the censure of U.S. Rep. Charlie Rangel, he deserved punishment for what he did. However, I was a... Read more


November 26 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Democratic Party, Huffington, In the News, Independent, Opinion, Republican Party, Social Justice, Tea Party, Think

November 26, 2010 Attitude of Gratitude Jamie Lee Curtis (actress and children’s book author) wrote an article on the above subject that was posted on the on November 25 (Thanksgiving Day), 2010. It is inspiring to hear someone else strongly recommend thinking. Curtis mentions some of our choices, such as choosing to be grateful, gluttonous, generous, greedy, or good. She mentions our choices... Read more

Third World America

November 23 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Democratic Party, Elections, General, Huffington, In the News, Opinion, Republican Party, Social Justice, Third World America

November 23, 2010  Third World America  Arianna Huffington has written a book, Third World America. What Huffington has written and what I have blogged about coincide: what we presently see and what we predict are not pretty. I am tempted to refer to the welfare of the middle class, but is there still a middle class in the United State? I am not so... Read more