Crossposted from Campaign for America’s Future with permission from the author; thanks, Dave.
by Dave Johnson
Campaign for America’s Future
May 27, 2010
People want the President to exert leadership to turn things around.
The oil leak. Unemployment. Credit card scams. Foreclosures. Predatory corporations. Environmental destruction. Global warming. Roads and bridges crumbling. Incomes stagnant. Schools getting worse. Companies moving overseas. Problem after problem.
People want to know, “Why doesn’t the government push BP aside and take over?” The answer is, “Government doesn’t have the resources to stop it.”
compiled by Cem Ertür
27 May 2010
1) Israel holds a joint military exercise in Greece to rehearse an attack on Iran (27 May 2010)
No base stories of Korea: Urgent Fwd from Korea: A Letter to Hillary Clinton, U.S. Secretary of state: There was no Explosion. There was No Torpedo.
May 28, 2010
I was informed the below content from the Solidarity for Peace And Reunification of Korea website.
The site reports about the speech by Shin Sang-Chul on the truth of sunken Cheonan ship in a church of Seoul in the evening of May 26, 2010 and also his letter to Hillary Clinton.
by Bruce Gagnon
May 27, 2010
* Like most of you, I can’t stop thinking about the sea life in the Gulf of Mexico. It is just a matter of time before massive amounts of fish and mammals begin washing up on the oily shore. What happens if they can’t plug this oil hole for another week, or month, or several months? Why isn’t the government suspending its global military operations and putting every researcher, every government scientist, and the rest of their brain power to work on this case?
May 27, 2010 — The U.S. coastguard claims engineers have managed to use mud to stop the flow of oil from the leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the first step in BP’s plan to seal the breach for good with cement. Live webcams still showed material jetting out from the well head – but BP chief operating officer Doug Suttles said he believed mud, not oil, was now coming out of the ruptured pipe. Meanwhile the new study by U.S. Geological Survey revealed new results. Two teams using different methods determined the well is leaking at least 1.9 million liters a day. One team said it might be leaking as much as 3 million liters and another said that number might be closer to 3.8 million liters.
h/t: War in Context who wrote:
“Leading sectors, including the government, are in a mood of paranoia and irrationality which is harming [Israel] very seriously.”
Dennis Kucinich: Without real reform of the FED I won’t vote for this bill
Dennis Kucinich, elected mayor of Cleveland at the age of 31 in 1977, is the youngest person ever elected to head a major US city. Previously, Kucinich served on the Cleveland City Council. He won his Congress seat in 1996 and while there has authored or co-sponsored bills related to the health care system, Social Security, education and calling for the abolition of the death penalty. Kucinich has also called for the repeal of the USA PATRIOT Act and for the impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney. He is a former presidential candidate, and was reelected into a seventh term in Congress, representing the 10th District of Ohio.