Tuesday, May 29

I've not posted much here in the last month because I want to keep the obscenities to a minimum. I'll comment later on the Bush baby's visit to California to meet with Governor Davis. Should be a real hoot.

Monday, May 7

Chevron redubs ship named for Bush aide / Condoleezza Rice drew too much attention Chevron redubs ship named for Bush aide
Condoleezza Rice drew too much attention

Carla Marinucci, Chronicle Political Writer Saturday, May 5, 2001
The last thing the Bush administration needs right now is any reminder of how deeply they're connected to the oil companies who are price gouging the hell out of Americans right now. This is just too precious not to pass on.

Leaving a wave of controversy in its wake, one of the most visible reminders of the Bush administration's ties to big oil - the 129,000-ton Chevron tanker Condoleezza Rice - has quietly been renamed, Chevron officials acknowledged yesterday.

Friday, May 4

Restarting the Nuclear Race Restarting the Nuclear Race

President Bush said yesterday that "we must move beyond the constraints of the 30-year- old ABM treaty" and establish defenses against nuclear missiles. His proposals deserve close analysis, especially with respect to their likely effectiveness and costs. They should also be subject to public debate, of which there has been stunningly little to date.
Denver Post.com - Bush's weakest link Bush's weakest link

Thursday, May 03, 2001 - Let's see if we've got this right. The United States is about to abrogate a treaty that has helped defend this country for 29 years so that we can build a missile defense system that we know doesn't work to deter a threat that doesn't yet exist while exacerbating existing threats?