Rove informs WH he will be indicted !!!

It's about time this arrogant slime ball who's complicity in orchestrating this symphony of shit 29% of Americans call an administration is taken to the shed for a beating.

The administration is unraveling in a spectacular slow motion explosion, a horrific captivating drama that many of us saw coming a long time ago. The true patriots of freedom, those with the courage to stand up and dissent when it was not popular will be the hero's of these past 6 years and not the paper tigers, the chicken hawk, chicken shit that wrapped themselves in our flag to promote their own agenda.

More feudin'

Sometimes I'm tempted to feel sorry for Art Pope. He's an rich businessman who could be making a huge difference for the common good, and yet he seems obsessed with the pursuit of power. He poured a least a hundred thousand dollars of corporate money into buying three seats in the NC legislature, and now he's trying to buy control over teaching and learning at UNC Chapel Hill. He says he'll give the University millions if they'll design a curriculum to celebrate the joys of white old rich men in Western culture - as though there's not enough of that already.

The background on the story is here, courtesy of a story in the Durham Herald, where the faculty have basically said, "Thanks, but no thanks" in a formal resolution passed by the Faculty Council. But that didn't stop the juggernaut. The UNC-CH administration is still trying to try to reel in Pope's millions. The latest move in the saga is a memo written by eight tenured faculty members to the Chancellor and a few other top dogs in the administration.

A Republican worth supporting?

Looks like a dustup over in Moore County - with an upstart citizen declaring war on Art "the Puppetmaster" Pope's corporate money in local elections. The Pilot has the news about the General who would kick Pope's handpicked puppet, Joe Boylan.

Shaver Mounts Campaign to Oppose Boylan

If Manila 'Bud' Shaver has his way, Joe Boylan (hand picked by the Puppetmaster) will face opposition on the November general election ballot. Shaver intends to give him competition without the backing of the state Republican Party leadership. A retired Army major general, Shaver announced this week that he is mounting a campaign as an unaffiliated candidate for the District 52 seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives.

NC-08: I Challenge Rep. Hayes to Call in Those 'Presidential Favors' for Our Struggling Seniors

"Flat-out, completely, horizontally opposed to CAFTA..."

That was our current Representative's promise to North Carolina's 8th District last summer in the weeks, days and hours leading up to his 'Yea' vote to send our working families’ livelihoods south of the border as he crumbled to Presidential arm-twisting.

Now when our struggling seniors are facing a Monday deadline to avoid the Privatization Tax this President and Republican-led Congress sought to impose on our most vulnerable with its Medicare Prescription boondoggle, its past time for Robin Hayes to call in those promised favors for his trade flip-flop.


I found that outside the time that I want and need to spend at BlueNC, I didn't much feel like maintaining a personal blog. At least, not one where I have to write stuff. To that end, I killed the Movable Type blog (which lives on in database land and at a secure undisclosed URL) and replaced it with a new photoblog (but at the old location: The old blog had become sort of a photoblog anyway, and this new one looks much nicer.

I just added it to the NC Blog Index. If you haven't posted yours there yet, give it a shot.


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