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Michael Wolf presents Letter 2 America for July 2, 2010 posted at letters2america.

Scott Spiegel presents Obama to Gulf Tarballs: “We Are Not Amused” posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “It’s no coincidence that the Tea Party movement is springing up now, 235 years after the original Boston Tea Party. Barack Obama is the closest thing this country has had to royalty since King George III. And I don’t mean that in a good way.”

Andrew Hall presents Introducing Laughing In Purgatory University! posted at Laughing In Purgatory, saying, “If Glenn Beck can do an online University so can I!”


Scott Spiegel presents Conservatives: 4½ Justices Good Enough For Us! posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “President Obama called arguments against Supreme Court Justice nominee Elena Kagan’s confirmation “pretty thin gruel.” That’s funny—I call no judicial experience and scant, conflicting legal theorizing in print “a short stack of hotcakes.”"

Paul Gable presents Clarence Thomas’ Gift to America posted at Paul Gable.


Michael Wolf presents Letter 2 America for June 25, 2010 posted at letters2america, saying, “Where do we go now in Afghanistan? Home is probably the best answer.”

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Those Sorry Republicans posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Supreme Story posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

vjack presents Republican Party Embraces BP posted at Red State Progressive.


Andrew Syrios presents Nullification and Civil Disobedience posted at

Andrew Syrios presents Keith Olbermann vs. Glenn Beck: Who is the Bigger Douchebag? – MSNBC vs. Fox News: Which Sucks More? | posted at


Stefanie presents Some Old Time-y Justice | posted at blogs.


Corinne Reidy presents 52 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers posted at


just4theplanet presents Time for the USA to ?Step up to the Plate? over Climate Change posted at Just 4 the Planet.

Wenchypoo presents CA Congressman Pete Stark–A Man You Wouldn’t Want to Run Into in a Dark Alley, a Bank Line, or Even a Mall posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.

Dividist presents Investors Love Divided Government – Perception is Reality posted at Divided We Stand United We Fall, saying, “No studies unequivocally show a statistically significant correlation between longer term market direction and Republican, Democratic, or divided governments. But in the short term it is less important whether there really is a correlation so much as whether investors believe there is a correlation. Most investors believe the stock market will benefit from Republicans taking control of either the House or Senate in the fall. With that expectation, a rising market could very well be a self-fulfilling prophecy.”

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Hey! Happy Father’s Day to all you Daddy’s out there.  I hope you had a great one.  I know I did.  Check it out – we have some great submissions this week.  Make sure  you check out the one from Matt Worhach down there – pretty good one.


Delmy Martin presents 10 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Politics Junkies posted at Master of

Public Administration, saying, “If you follow politics a little, or a lot, Twitter is the place to immediately gratify your desire to know what’s happening in the White House and outside of it.”


Buck Says presents Robert Gibbs VS. Birthers posted at Buck Says, saying, “The Birthers may be a bit extreme but Gibbs doesn’t do anything to quell their issues”

Scott Spiegel presents Israel to U.S.: “You Are the Weakest Link!” posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “The list of countries that have provided tacit support to Israel for its imminent launch of preemptive missile attacks on Iran’s nuclear weapons facilities now includes: Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Turkey, Egypt, and… not-the-United-States.”

TJ presents Penn Jillete and Hitler or something posted at BohemianMonk, saying, “Penn Jillette does a Vanity fair interview.”


Silicon Valley Blogger presents This Wall Street Trader Wants Your Job posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Rants about Wall Street.”


Jared Rhoads presents No change for Bush daughter posted at The Lucidicus Project, saying, “Yahoo reports that President Bush’s daughter Barbara has veered away from the GOP with her views on healthcare. Did she really?”


Reid Hardaway presents Workers? Solidarity posted at an elegant feast, saying, “About the importance of workers’ solidarity. Referencing the Honda factory strike in China.”

vjack presents Bush War Crimes Included Medical Experimentation on Detainees posted at Red State Progressive.


Maureen Hill presents Collateral Damage posted at Unpopular Opinion.

Izgad presents My Bargain with Fearless Leader posted at Izgad, saying, “The advantage of negotiating with a greedy power hungry bastard like Fearless Leader.”


Phil Lopez presents 30 Religious Quotes from US Presidents posted at Christian Colleges and Universities.

Adam Park presents 10 Convicted Computer Criminals posted at Computer Science Degrees.

Super Saver presents Taxing Thoughts posted at My Wealth Builder.

TJ presents Things not to do when you’re a dumbass?.. posted at BohemianMonk, saying, “Funny good stuff”


Chris presents Will Google Save Us From the News? posted at Martial Development.


Matt Worhach presents True Blood (not the show) posted at When Did You Know You Were Straight?, saying, “Gay Blood Ban”


IPC-James presents Where have all the Qassams gone? posted at Israel Palestine Conflict.

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Hey all – sorry for the delayed post. We decided to take a family day and head over to Orlando and MGM/Hollywood Studios.  It was the last day of the Star Wars Weekends for the year.  Yes – I’m a big Sci-Fi geek so we had to attend.  With that being said – let’s move on.  We have, yet again, some great submissions this week from some awesome bloggers.  Please stop by and comment on their blogs if you like their submissions or if you have something to add.

Michael Wolf presents Letter 2 America for June 9, 2010 posted at letters2america.


Scooter Van Neuter presents Obama Slapped Down At GOP Luncheon posted at Scooter’s Report, saying, “(Lame) satire”

LOL – Lame, but, funny.  Good one.

Scott Spiegel presents How About a Relief Vessel Called the Yasser Arafat? posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “Perhaps the heartrending lament that the Turkish aid flotilla Mavi Marmara—headed for Gaza and stopped by the Israeli Navy last week—contained a bevy of innocent Nobel Peace laureates would be more compelling if recent Nobel Peace laureates didn’t include the father of modern terrorism, Yasser Arafat.”


Madeleine Begun Kane presents Kirk’s “Factual” Quirks posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Kick-Ass Limerick posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

I already commented on this one at your place.  I don’t get it either.


Archvillain presents Color Bar « A Dark and Sinister Force for Good posted at A Dark and Sinister Force for Good, saying, “Whatever happened to “protect and serve”?”

As I am sure you already know – there are three justice systems – one for the boys in blue, one for the rich and famous, and one for everyone else. Our system of “policing” has become very much self-serving and they are only out to protect themselves.


Cynthia Bateman presents First, Do No Harm: How Adopting A Simple Principle May Have Prevented The BP Oil Spill posted at Blog About It.

Albie presents Overcoming Bureaucracy as a Social Entrepreneur – Social Enterprise Tips posted at Matthew Alberto .com.

Monte Stonewall presents 10 Famous Arsonists and Why posted at Fire Science Colleges.

June Tree presents Sallie Mae Bank Review: Savings Accounts See Rate Increases posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Sallie Mae has entered into the savings business. A good move for a lender who’s now offering savings options to consumers.”

I get it’s a good idea – generally – for a regular lender.  However, this is a quasi-government entity. I have all of my student loans through Sallie Mae and they definitely offer a lot of great options.  However, I won’t be giving my money to a government entity to save it. :)   Great information though.  You know me – I just don’t trust our government in anything any longer.


Brian Anderson presents Stick A Cork In It posted at Crypto American, saying, “Hey BoBo thanks for helping me get over my fear of clowns”

Bwahaha!  My pleasure Brian.  Glad to see you again.

GrrlScientist presents Oiled SeaBirds: To Kill Or Not To Kill? What Is The Ethical Thing To Do?Living the Scientific Life, saying, “Some people claim that we should euthanize all oiled birds immediately upon recovering them. But I argue it is our ethical responsibility to protect, clean and save these birds, even after they’ve been oiled, just as we should preserve and clean their habitats.” posted at

Agreed!  If I’m not mistaken – Dawn dish soap worked miracles on the birds in Alaska after the Exxon-Valdez incident.  Man caused this – man needs to make it right.  Euthanasia is not an option when these birds can be salvaged.


Ann Margrain presents American Dropout: A Day in the Life posted at Heroin and Cornflakes, saying, “On any given day, nearly 23 percent of all young Black men ages 16 to 24 who have dropped out of high school are in jail or a juvenile justice institution in America, according to a national report on the dire economic and social consequences of not graduating from high school.”

I think what you should also stress is the fact that we have a 16% drop-out rate overall in the U.S. and of that 16%, 21% are blacks – representing the highest portion of all drop-outs.  Hispanics have a 27.5% dropout rate – but – that also includes illegal aliens and therefore indicates a bias in the data that cannot be considered reliable.  To me, this is more a failure of our education system and the erosion of family values in this country than it is any other factor.  It has been proven time and again that a solid education is the great social equalizer that increases the socio-economic status of any minority group.  If we don’t fix the problems with our education system, I feel your findings are just going to get worse.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of The BoBo Carnival of Politics using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Welcome to the June 6, 2010 edition of The BoBo Carnival of Politics. Can you believe it is June already? The year is just flying by – we’re half over already – and the way P-BO is going – our country is about half over as well. If we can’t slow him down – by the time he is booted out in 2012 there won’t be much of a country left. Anyway – I’m sure you will enjoy the submissions this week. There are a lot to choose from and there are some new submitters as well. Please go to their blogs and comment as well.

Wenchypoo presents A Radical Idea That Just Might Solve Food Poverty posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket, saying, “Are you aware of how much politics is in our food? From who gets to eat it, to what they’ll eat, to how often they can buy it, to who’s going to pay for it–then there’s all the unnecessaries and excess from too much choice.”

Jailan Marie presents Mubarak v ElBaradei – Connection Matters! | Matt Eventoff posted at Communication3.0.

Robert Gee presents Ballot Measure E ? LAUSD Incapable of keeping bathrooms clean or teaching students to read. posted at, saying, “My blog is about things that make me ask “What in the F#*%”. Mainly just observation on entertainment, politics, sports and anything else that grabs my attention.”


Scott Spiegel presents Obama 2012: “Not the Barack You Knew in 2008!” posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “President Obama’s strategy for helping fellow Democrats win in the 2010 midterm elections is apparently to campaign against George W. Bush. The growing preference among candidates of both parties who actually face voters this fall, however, seems to be to campaign against Barack Obama.”

Jason Hammond presents Political Correctness in America posted at FreeOrBound, saying, “Liberals rant about Political Correctness is hampering immigration enforcement and allowing the seeds of Radical Islam to take root in America.”

Rick Sincere presents An Interview with GayPatriot Blogger B. Daniel Blatt posted at Rick Sincere News and Thoughts.

Scott Spiegel presents Obama’s Three Mile Island posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “The Gulf oil spill isn’t Obama’s Katrina—it’s more like his Three Mile Island: a rare but inevitable accident, an unavoidable byproduct of an essential method of power production, an incident used by a far-left administration to phase out an entire category of energy production in the hopes of stomping out industrial civilization as we know it.”

Jason Hammond presents FCC Censorship of the Internet posted at FreeOrBound, saying, “The FCC not only wants so-called Net Neutrality, but they want censorship as well!”


Adam Smith presents Questioning FAFSA: Free Application For Federal Student Aid posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “We discuss the cracks in the FAFSA (federal student aid) system. Can things be improved?”


Madeleine Begun Kane presents Republican Pols — Off or On the Rand-Wagon? posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Robin Ghivan Makes Me Cross posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

vjack presents As We Celebrate Memorial Day, Remember We’re Still Fighting Two Wars posted at Red State Progressive.

vjack presents The Price of Localizing Educational Decision-Making posted at Red State Progressive.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Hatching Hypocrisy posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.


Rick Sincere presents 2010 Congressional Interviews (Pre-Primary) posted at Rick Sincere News and Thoughts, saying, “This post links to interviews I have conducted with each of the seven candidates seeking the Republican nomination in Virginia’s Fifth Congressional District, plus additional interviews with Republican candidates in the First and Eighth Districts, a Libertarian candidate in the Third District, a Democratic candidate in the First District, and an independent candidate in the Seventh District.”

Charles Yeganian presents The Real Questions for The Stimulus posted at Conversation 101, saying, “Continuing bipartisan discussion of the stimulus and its effects”

Brandon Kelley presents Left and Right Try to Stop the Rand Paul Revolution posted at Matrix Rebellion.


Tony Whitcomb presents An Open Letter To The American People posted at Expotera.

Fabius Maximus presents Lilliput or America – who has a better way to choose its leaders? « Fabius Maximus posted at Fabius Maximus.

Gin G9909 presents I Need to Gag You posted at Sense Scribe, saying, “Examining the control of mass media and control in flow of information to the public. Read more.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the bobo carnival of politics using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Hey one and all – what a freakin’ busy week this has been in the world of politics!  I say – let the P-BO Progressives continue to show their cards – this is exactly what America needed for a wake up call.  Thanks for stopping by and make sure you check out the blogs of those who submitted these posts – I’m sure you won’t be disappointed! And..BTW – since the next weekend is Memorial Day – I won’t be doing a Carnival post – the next Carnival will be Sunday, June 6th.


Scott Spiegel presents Requiem for a Flip-Flopper posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “In a final ironic development capping his dishonorable career, Arlen Specter discovered yesterday that his party switch was all for naught, and even harmful to his aspirations. Democrats will claim Sestak won the race because the country is clamoring for more socialism, but really it’s because Americans loathe political opportunists like Specter.”

Jason Hammond presents Approval of Kagan: Objection! posted at FreeOrBound, saying, “Even though Elena Kagan has no experience as a judge, she still has written and acted upon a Marxist philosophy towards the First Amendment.”


Digerati Life presents Questioning FAFSA: Free Application For Federal Student Aid posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Discussing loans from Uncle Sam.”


Madeleine Begun Kane presents Maine Mishigas posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Oily Obstruction posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

Ryan presents Is (Classical) Liberalism a Sufficient Basis for Public Health Action? posted at Upon*the.People.


Aaron Powell presents The 7 Views Most Libertarians Have in Common posted at Aaron Ross Powell.


vjack presents Nashville Needs Help posted at Red State Progressive.

Stefanie presents Greece Suing U.S. Banks for Causing Crisis? posted at Wall Street Oasis.


smrtas1 presents Richard Blumenthal Lied About Vietnam posted at Conservative Patriot HQ.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of The BoBo Carnival of Politics using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Hello one and all!  Welcome to another great edition of the carnival.  Our carnival is featured on the front page of Blog Carnival today.  That also means that it is posted on Twitter and Facebook – not too shabby, eh?  Well – let’s get on with the show.  I’m sure you will enjoy this week’s submissions as much as I did.



Scott Spiegel presents Does Saudi Arabia Allow Gays in the Military? posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “As the newly appointed Dean of Harvard Law School, Obama Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan decided, in the middle of the War on Terror, to cripple the Reserve Officer Training Corps’ recruitment capability on campus by denying it crucial access to funding, operating space, and assistance from the Office of Career Services.”

Interesting title to a great post.  I just hope that she does not get confirmed.  She is most definitely a socialist, anti-American, anti-American liberal who undoubtedly would be an activist judge.  That is not what we need on SCOTUS.

Jason Hammond presents Immigration Reform: Necessary Or Not? posted at FreeOrBound, saying, “Reform sounds great, but let’s try enforcing the current law before making new laws that waste money and create more loopholes.”

I agree – no reform is necessary when we have the laws on the books already.  Thanks for highlighting some of them.  BTW – that teacher in L.A. is an idiot.

Jason Hammond presents Strong Words Needed Today posted at FreeOrBound, saying, “Our words must mean something to our enemies or else our freedom will continue to be threatened.”

Unfortunately, we will never have another President like Reagan.


Todd Jensen presents 10 Worst Riots in American History posted at Forensic Colleges.

Very interesting – for my readers – while this may not appear to be a politics related topic – the riots pointed out are definitely the results of politics and other political decisions.  A very interesting list.  I  had not heard of many of these.

Todd Jensen presents 15 Shocking Wrongful Convictions posted at Forensic Colleges.

I didn’t see anything here specifically related to politics – but – I found this list interesting enough to include it here.  I think my readers might like it also.  I don’t know if I would call these entirely shocking but for those of us who like reading these things – it is a good look at how our legal system can get twisted by law enforcement officers who are motivated for the wrong reasons.


Jay Smith presents 20 Criminals Executed in The Chair posted at Criminal Justice University.

I’m all for the death penalty and “old sparky.”  These criminals highlighted definitely deserved the chair.

Bob Fraser presents 10 Highest-Paid Public Speakers In the World posted at

It doesn’t surprise me at all to see these are mostly  politicians and ex-government employees.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Obama?s What??? posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

See my comments at Mad Kane’s place.


Patricia Lantz presents Hooray for Greece, Iceland and Ron Paul! « The Last Lost Empire posted at The Last Lost Empire.

Patricia – I lived in Greece for 3 years while in the Air Force.  Greece has moved so far away from their origins as a Democracy that it does not surprise me they are rioting.  They have one of THE MOST socialist governments in the world.  If we’re not careful here – we will indeed become Greece.


Brian Anderson presents The Three Prongs Of Racism posted at Crypto American.

OMG, Brian – this is hilarious!  I’m sure my other readers hadn’t considered this either.

Jailan Marie presents BP – It’s What You Say AND How You Say It | Matt Eventoff posted at Communication3.0.

Did you happen to hear what the CEO of BP in England just said?  He said the oil leak was “tiny” in comparison to the Gulf of Mexico.  I guess he didn’t read your post!

June Tree presents The European Sovereign Debt Crisis and Your Investments posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “How is the European/Greek debt crisis affecting the U.S.?”

That is a great illustration of the crisis in Europe.  Given that we are potentially on the hook for $50 Billion – we need to pay careful and very close attention to what is going on over there.


Michael Wolf presents Letter 2 America for May 10, 2010 posted at letters2america.

Great letter Michael – you can add Alan Mollohan from West Virginia to your letter now as well.

Super Saver presents A “None of the Above” Option is Needed posted at My Wealth Builder.

Absolutely!  Both parties have it wrong – the Republicans especially.  I believe you are correct with your statement that the Republican party believes a vote against the Dems is a vote for them.  They helped get us to this mess we’re in.  What we’re seeing in this country is a shift towards – not necessarily conservatism – but towards our constitution.  I think people on both sides in this country are seeing a bloated, out of control, government.  Even regular Democratic Americans are throwing out their incumbents and choosing more conservative, small-government Democratic candidates.  Obummer was the best thing that ever happened to this country as it woke everyone up to see what is REALLY going on in government, politics, and both parties.

Ehrich Weiss presents 5 Twitter Users Every Info Junkie Should Follow posted at Master of Health Informatics, saying, “We’ve come up with a list of 5 twitter users every info junkie should be following. These twitterers update their accounts often and will always have some of the best breaking stories out there.”

Again – not entirely related to  politics – but – since many of us political bloggers use twitter to get  out our message and build our base of readers – this has some good info.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of The BoBo Carnival of Politics using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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