Rand Paul’s victory over the NDAA Indefinite Detention clause

Liberty activists were hoping that the massive public outcry which ensued following the passage of the 2011-2012 NDAA bill would pressure some Senators to swing over to Sen. Paul’s side. However, due to the fact that his colleagues in the Senate this lame-duck session were mostly supporters of last year’s NDAA bill, Sen. Paul’s chances of getting them to undo that legislation seemed slim.

On Wednesday evening, something different happened.

Megacon 2010 – Hamlet: Electric Boogaloo! part 5

Beautiful cheerleaders in boots and corsets, wild musical parodies, and spontaneously combustible comedy! Willie’s Wenches bring you mad-capped teenage sci-fi hi-jinx and more fun than a barrel of Ewoks on Red Bull! From Shakespeare to Star Wars, we want YOU in the front row for fun! Join us (18 yoa min) for this 45 minute racey romp through Craplandia (aka Denmark) complete with dirty Disney parodies and special guest star Cthulhu puppet!
part 5

The Real Problem With a Secretary of State Susan Rice

The problem with Republican complaints about Rice isn’t that they’re partisan; it’s that they’re trivial. We could have used more complaint and scrutiny, partisan or not, about the invasion of Iraq, the surge in Afghanistan, and the bombing of Libya—actions which Rice quietly endorsed, supported, and championed, respectively. Instead, she gets attacked for a relatively minor issue where her main role was public relations.