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The day has arrived for the 36th annual Flyers Wives Fight For Lives Carnival!Celebrating the largest fundraiser of the year for Comcast-Spectacor Charities, fans attending this year’s Carnival meet and take pictures with their favorite Flyers players, play interactive activities, and take pictures with Flyers Alumni, all while raising money to support numerous causes in the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Follow along right here to see photos, news & videos of today’s event. For now, here’s a look back at last year’s carnival and a special video featuring Max Talbot and his first ever carnival experience.TALBOT’S FIRST CARNIVAL2012 CARNIVAL – A LOOK BACK…
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I am more than 70,000 or so words through my next book (A Ram Phan). I tend now to put anything that comes to mind that i want to write out in some way, into the book. Rather than here and besides, we are plenty busy with things that needed to be talked about but overall, lets culminate this sequestration thing by saying thanks in advance to the producers of the Lawrence O Donnell Show or maybe it did come from Ezra Klein whom was working for Lawrence Friday night. This is mostly paraphrased from that show which is why I want it sitting online forever, rather than it being buried in the last chapter of a book with more than 100,000 words.
Now, I called the GOP a bunch of Nigel’s from Spinal Tap because i have never seen so much use of the “these goes to Eleven” delusion, than I see with with regard to the sequester and whom is at fault, etc. What i mean is that the no matter what is going on the world of politics, Obama is criticized for “leading too much” when something is happening in politics and then at the same times, he is criticized for whatever is NOT happening like now, because now he is now considered to be NOT leading enough with regard to this sequester, etc. Or, it is like my mom when she would yell at me for placing my jacket on the kitchen chair one day. And then the next week, when I would hang it on the door knob, she would ask me why that jacket is NOT on the back of the kitchen chair.
Regardless, lets be real about Political Science 101, it is an absolute myth, delusion and a bold face lie that is how DC works for us people.
The American political system is and was set up by a group of people that as part of its design were horrified at the notion that any President could act as a monarch as they say, or like a King.
Those people that set up the constitution to make certain that any President of the USA, would be weak in his position to be able to do whatever they wanted to do law wise….
So again, lets go back to Poli Sci 101 which is done about our Freshman year as an undergraduate college student. Look at the first section or what is Section I of the Constitution which is NOT about the President and how he leads this nation.
It is about CONGRESS.
Again…one more time is that was NOT done by accident and it was done on purpose but the fact…..is that the CONGRESS is where the governments primary power lies. Its always been that way and it was set up that way purposely by our forefathers way back in 1876.
Therefore, it is CONGRESS that writes up, and then in turn passes what is called a “bill.” In its’ case today, Congress could set up a bill to END THE SEQUESTER….at any time…The President caNOT do it.
And, then, it is just like that Saturday Morning Special Cartoon (I’m Just A Bill) that’s been spelling out this message since the 70s, as to how this system works….Kids know how it works.
Because then and ONLY then can the President step into action to lead the country if you will, to sign or veto that bill (to become a law). The President canNOT by law, and per our beloved Constitution of The United States, create the bill to sign himself. That’s is NOT allowed to be done in America.
Actually, the President can sign or veto any bill and even if the President vetoes the bill,the CONGRESS can even over turn that decision.
The next argument is that the POTUS has its”bully pulpit” but as Ezra (Klein) said on Lawrence’s show Friday night, “The Bully Pulpit does not even work anyway.” And then those producers or whomever on the show reminds us of G.W.’s (Bush) push for Social Security Privatization. That did not work. And, then there was (Bill) Clinton’s push for Healthcare reform back then when he was Pres. That did not work until Obamacare, and then even (Ronald) Reagan’s push for those Social Security cuts. That did not work let alone has not NOT to this day. There have been ZERO examples of any speeches given by any President of the United States to build public support for anything the public had been against or disagreed with and I mean ever as in forever. Therefore, the answer cannot be that Reagan, Clinton and Bush were all bad at accomplishing whatever even after using their bully pulpit. There was a study from my alma Mata, the University of Maryland by Professor Frances Lee whom did a study that proved or showed that if the President preaches something out loud to the people, it makes it much more likely that the other party, will vote against it.
Even though i feel that the Bully Pulpit is a non issue in this exact case with regard to the sequestration, however, there is that the USA Today / Pew Research Poll (not a left winged poll by any means) that shows that 76%…let me repeat this a few times like Ezra did on the show because SEVENTY SIX PERCENT…that is 76%…of the American people agree to a “combination of spending cuts” and that “tax increases should be part of tackling the budget deficit.”
Still, the GOP does not care about it because of their select few people that voted them in back in 2010′s elections, will threaten to “primary” them next year in those mid term elections. And, it is because they do not want any tax increases, let alone any compromise with Obama.
This Nigel syndrome as i refer to it, happened to us two years ago with the mandate that i personally wanted on the healthcare bill. That, mind you, is the same mandate that the GOP pushed and introduced in the 90s. And it is the very same mandate that Willard (Mitt Romney) brought to everyone in Mass. The GOP goes so far to say that Obamas mandate idea was NOT only bad to enact with Obamacare, these same people also call it an “unconstitutional policy.”
Ironically and with everything I said here in writing, plus everything I took from Lawrence’s Friday Night show, is that without this working this way, the President would then fold or buckle to those pressures of the GOP. Whereas in turn and again, ironically speaking today, he would not be a good so called leader of this country if he acted that way. He would not be showing leadership if he just did whatever the GOP wanted and wait a second here, the first four years of this admin, were all driven by the old Bush policies that were up kept by Obama until after this last Presidential election that went down in November last year.
And, wait a second here because on Monday of last week, I heard the POTUS say that he would already sign it. And/or he said something along the lines of that he would sign a variation or some compromised proposal between the two parties. he said that last week.
And, remember everyone, its Political Science 101 because the point of our constitution in the united States, is to make sure any POTUS canNOT do what Congress is now saying for him to do and moreover and overall, is that we no doubt need more leadership from CONGRESS. We do NOT need more leadership from the White House and the people that work in it. We need the House of Rep’s GOP or republicans in the House to compromise with the Democratic senate.
And, when that does not work. It is up to the media to call them out on any lie quite frankly and if that does not work for the People, the public needs to vote these officials out of those jobs.
It is Poli Sci 101 folks.
Visit the Sustainable Action Network regarding John Beohners Do Nothing congress. And, Visit the Sustainable Action Network with regard to gerrymandering issues.
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- The use of the “bully pulpit” (thebrennerbrief.com)
- Obama To Use Bully Pulpit On Immigration Reform (huffingtonpost.com)
- The Road Forward: Obama Rethinks The Bully Pulpit (huffingtonpost.com)
- Here Comes the Bully Pulpit (politicalwire.com)
- Roundup: Commentators on the debt talks (news.blogs.cnn.com)
- Is Obama Relying Too Much on the “Bully Pulpit?” (themoderatevoice.com)
- The Bully in the Pulpit (constitutionclub.org)
- Bob Woodward Has Now Picked the Most and Least Important Fights With a POTUS (theatlantic.com)
- President Obama’s Lost Leverage (realclearpolitics.com)
Sustainable Sundays: Sequester Cuts Threaten National Parks, Shell Pulls Out of Arctic Drilling This Summer, California’s Draft Fracking Rules Among Weakest in Nation, Think Progress’ 8 Inspiring Things That Happened Since Trayvon Martin Was Tragically Killed One Year Ago Today and more on Sustainable Sundays!
Channel Islands National Park
Great news for the Arctic, polar bears and other creatures of the Far North: Shell Oil has announced it won’t drill in Alaska’s Beaufort or Chukchi seas this summer. Wednesday’s announcement follows a series of mishaps for Shell in the Arctic, including one of its drilling rigs running aground earlier this year.
The Center for Biological Diversity and allies have been pushing for years to stop drilling in the Arctic ocean, home to polar bears and other imperiled creatures that would be devastated by an oil spill. More than a million people sent messages to President Obama last year urging him not to allow Arctic drilling. Shell began exploratory drilling operations last summer but was beset by a series of mishaps.
“Although Shell calls this simply a ‘pause’ in its plans for Arctic drilling, we think it ought to be a permanent stop,” said Rebecca Noblin, the Center’s Alaska director. “Drilling in the Arctic can never be made safe for polar bears, whales and ice seals or the fragile ecosystems where they live. President Obama ought to use the opportunity to rethink his support for Arctic drilling and take if off the table forever.”
Coincidentally, Wednesday was also International Polar Bear Day. What a great way to celebrate.
Read more in The New York Times.
As oil companies gear up for a hydraulic fracturing boom in California, state regulators have proposed industry-friendly fracking regulations that would do little to protect the state’s air, water and wildlife from pollution. The Center for Biological Diversity, in comments submitted this week, is pressing officials to recognize that the draft fracking rules fail to protect the public and fall far short of legal requirements.
In a boisterous public meeting in Los Angeles earlier this month, the Center’s Kassie Siegel told California officials that their proposal would not allow for a real assessment of the impacts of fracking, or for compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act. The state’s proposal to exempt fracking with diesel from the state’s Underground Injection Control Program would also violate the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. The federal government has already criticized California’s Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources for not doing enough to protect state water from oil industry pollution.
The Center also pointed out other fatal flaws in the draft regulations and urged state officials to replace the extraordinarily weak regulatory proposal with a simple prohibition on fracking.
A new national poll commissioned by the Center for Biological Diversity found that a majority of Americans – 60 percent – believe the world’s growing human population is driving wildlife species toward extinction; 57 percent say human population is making climate change worse. A majority of Americans (54 percent) also say stabilizing the human population will protect the environment.
The poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling last weekend, also found that 60 percent believe our society has a “moral responsibility” to address wildlife extinctions in the face of a growing population. That’s important vindication for the work the Center’s been doing for years highlighting the connection between population growth and wildlife declines and other environmental problems.
“It’s now more clear than ever that Americans are concerned about the toll that human population growth is having on wildlife and the planet,” said Jerry Karnas, population campaign director at the Center. “Population is clearly a driving factor in so many of our environmental issues today, whether it’s sprawling development crowding out Florida panthers and sea turtles, loss of wild habitat for San Joaquin kit foxes in California or the climate crisis pushing polar bears and ice seals toward extinction. It’s heartening to see that most Americans understand these connections and don’t want to see them ignored.”
Yesterday Time Magazine declared that Keystone had become the Stonewall and the Selma of the climate movement — and today we got a reminder of just how tough those fights were, and how tough this one will be.
On a Friday afternoon, with Secretary of State John Kerry half a world away and D.C. focused on the budget fight, the State Department released a new environmental impact statement for the pipeline. Like the last such report, it found that approving a 800,000 barrel-a-day fuse to one of the planet’s biggest carbon bombs was “unlikely to have a substantial impact” on the tar sands or the climate.
That, in a word, is nonsense — some of our most important climate scientists in the U.S. have written the State Department to explain exactly how dangerous Keystone is. Just yesterday Europe’s top climate diplomat pointed out that it would send a truly terrible signal to the rest of the world.
President Obama will be making a decision in a few short months. I won’t lie: today’s report makes the odds look even tougher — and the power of the fossil fuel lobby hasn’t waned one bit.
But I’m reminded that the last time the State Department issued an environmental impact statement about the pipeline, we were just beginning this fight. That day in 2011, 50 people were arrested at the White House during the very first wave of protests against the pipeline.
This time around we’re tens of thousands of people stronger, and once again, I think we are just beginning to fight.
In these next months we need to send a signal to the White House that we’re not standing down. There are two things I think we should begin working on immediately.
First — since it’s clear that the polite but firm warnings of our top climate scientists aren’t being heard –anytime that the President or Secretary of State Kerry appears in public, it’s crucial that we let them know that we won’t accept this pipeline or the damage it will do to our climate. We need a team of rapid responders coast-to-coast who can turn around with 24 hours notice and raise a ruckus at these events when we find out about them.
I should also say that with our global network, both President Obama and Secretary Kerry can expect to hear from folks when they head abroad as well.
Second, we need to raise the heat this spring and summer. Significantly. To get a jump on the season, 350.org and our allies will be hosting a massive day of action and training at venues across the country in May. It will be the first muster for the grassroots army we hope will fan out across the nation this summer, and a unified statement of our intention to fight this pipeline.
Even as we stick it to the pipeline, we’re going on offense as well, with a student-led divestment campaign that grows by the day (and increasingly moves off campus to city governments and faith communities too), and a Global Power Shift gathering this June in Turkey to gather young leaders across the globe.
I don’t know how this will all go down — only that it won’t go down easily. After watching Arctic sea ice practically disappear last summer, and Superstorm Sandy hit New York, I can also tell you that this is a key moment for our planet, and your role in it will be remembered for a long, long time — as will the President’s.
Here’s how Time put it yesterday: “There are many climate problems a President can’t solve, but Keystone XL isn’t one of them. It’s a choice between Big Oil and a more sustainable planet.” As with those historic moments at Stonewall or Selma, “The right answer isn’t always somewhere in the middle.”
Thanks for all you’ve done, and thanks for all you’ll do.
One year ago today, Trayvon Martin — an unarmed 17-year-old boy on his way home from 7-11 — was shot and killed by George Zimmerman. The murder trial is scheduled to begin this June. A separate hearing may be held in April to determine whether Florida’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” law gives Zimmerman immunity.
While nothing can make up for the events of February 26, 2012, many people have responded to the tragedy with compassion, courage and strength. Here are some of the most inspiring things that have happened over the last year.
1. 192 colleagues of Trayvon Martin’s mother donated 1,362 hours of their vacation time so she could grieve.
“Sybrina Fulton, who has worked at the Miami-Dade County housing authority for 23 years, collected $40,825 worth of donated vacation time, county records show… the Miami-Dade County Commission passed a resolution sponsored by Bruno Barreiro, Barbara Jordan and Jose “Pepe” Diaz to allow county employees to donate vacation time to Fulton…Records show 192 county employees gave Fulton some of their hours” [Miami Herald, 5/12/2012]
2. Sanford, Florida has a new police chief who has pledged to finally address “long-standing racial tensions between the police department and the African-American community.”
The police chief who decided not to charge George Zimmerman was fired. [ABC7, 2/18/2013]
3. Dozens of major companies ended their support for ALEC, the right-wing group who championed “Stand Your Ground” laws.
The companies that ended their support for the American Legislative Exchange Council include “Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Kraft, McDonalds, Wendy’s, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Procter & Gamble, Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, Johnson & Johnson, Dell Computers, Best Buy, General Motors and Walgreens.” ALEC was also forced to end it’s “Public Safety and Election Task Force,” which advocated for “Stand Your Ground” laws around the country. At least 39 lawmakers have also ended their association with ALEC.[ThinkProgress, 4/17/2012; ThinkProgress, 8/7/2012; ThinkProgress, 5/18/2012]
4. Thousands of people peacefully gathered in Sanford, Florida to demand justice for Trayvon Martin.
[News 10, 3/22/2012]
5. A United States Congressman went on the floor of the House of Representatives in a hoodie to show solidarity with Trayvon.
Illionis Rep. Bobby Rush said, “Racial profiling has to stop Mr. Speaker. Just because someone wears a hoodie does not make them a hoodlum.” After delivering a rousing speech, he was escorted from the floor for violating decorum. [NBC News, 3/28/2012]
6. Legislation to repeal “Stand Your Ground” laws was introduced in four states.
The law was cited by the police as the reason Zimmerman was not arrested for weeks after Martin was killed. [Yahoo, 1/26/2013]
7. Students at Howard University produced this video to highlight the racial profiling of young black men.
“All young black men are not suspicious. We don’t deserve to be harassed, murdered, prosecuted or denied the protections of the justice system all because America believes that we are suspicious… Some of us have already and will eventually change the world. All are not suspicious.”
8. President Obama spoke out about Trayvon Martin in the Rose Garden.
“My main message is to the parents: If I had a son he’d look like Trayvon. I think they are right to expect that all of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it deserves.” [3/23/2012]
By Judd Legum (Think Progress)
How Republicans Plan To Rig The Next Presidential Election!
By now, I’m sure you know just how serious the situation is for our national parks due to the sequester cuts which will go into effect later today. I know you are as concerned as we are about this. Below is an NPCA press release with more information. Please help us do everything we can in the days ahead to protect our national parks from these damaging cuts.
Battle of the Climate Process
We have been on the front lines of the fight against global warming — and on front pages, too — for years now with some of the country’s most innovative legal, policy and grassroots campaigns to save the globe from irreversible climate catastrophe. Last year we started our Clean Air Cities campaign, which urges cities to sign formal resolutions calling on the Obama administration and the Environmental Protection Agency to use the Clean Air Act to make dramatic reductions in greenhouse gas pollution; we’ve already signed on 40 cities, including Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Miami and Nashville. We’ll grow that number substantially in 2013.
Our Climate Law Institute will continue with our other pioneering climate work, including to save the Arctic from oil drilling, to stop dirty fuel-extraction methods like oil and tar sands development and fracking, to improve fuel economy, to protect warming-threatened species under the Endangered Species Act, and more. So stay tuned to find out what new tricks we have up our sleeves; we’re not giving it all away yet.
Learn about our work at the Climate Law Institute.
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- Fracking Decision Delayed Pending Health Studies (sunsetdaily.wordpress.com)
- Good Job Everyone! Shell Pulls Out of Arctic Drilling This Summer! And, Its because of us! (sunsetdaily.wordpress.com)
- Update: Keystone XL gets blessing from U.S. State Department, clears major hurdle (calgaryherald.com)
- Did the State Dept. set its Keystone XL assessment up for failure in court? (junkscience.com)
- State Department Clears Keystone Pipeline For Approval (news.firedoglake.com)
- Keystone XL draft pushes Obama further into a corner (business.financialpost.com)
- Draft Assessment of Tar Sands Pipeline “Devastatingly Cynical” (ipsnews.net)
- Minister Oliver Comments on Release of Supplementary Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for Proposed Keystone XL Project (sys-con.com)
- State Dept. Releases Keystone XL Environmental Impact Statement (commondreams.org)
- Texans affected by the Keystone XL pipeline – lets get ready to rumble – #NoKXL (texasvox.org)
MARK DUPLASS (“The League” and “Safety Not Guaranteed”) is interviewed today on Kevin Pollack’s Chat Show; New Episode shows Today at 3PM; Tune In Then!
Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show is a live streaming video talkshow seen every Sunday, 3pm, PST, at S2e TV. An award-winning actor, Pollak (The Usual Suspects, Casino, A Few Good Men) was also named by Comedy Central as One of the Top 100 Comedians of All Time.
Here, he interviews celebrated actors, writers, directors, comedians, and masters of the tech universe.
Actor from “The League” and “Safety Not Guaranteed”, but he also directs (“Cyrus” and “Jeff, Who Lives At Home”)!
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- Josh Gad interviewed this week on Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show… (sunsetdaily.wordpress.com)
- Help me identify this comedian. (ask.metafilter.com)
- Contest: Tickets To See Comedian Anthony Jeselnik (mix941fm.cbslocal.com)
- NewTek and What’s Trending to Host a Special Event Headlined by Kevin Smith on Feb. 15 (prweb.com)
- Time and Mind Bending Sci-Fi Movies (donsegal.wordpress.com)
- Walter Latham Presents “Comedy After Dark” on Comedy Central #comedyafterdark (getmybuzzup.com)
- ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ Pilot Adds Director Barry Sonnenfeld & Kevin Pollak (screenrant.com)
- Kevin Pollak cast in CBS’s ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ (digitalspy.co.uk)
- Judge’s fight to keep comedy career reaches New Jersey Supreme Court (foxnews.com)
Cold open—President Obama (Jay Pharoah) demonstrates the real-world effects of sequestration, with help from air traffic controllers forced to watch Doritos ads before they can check radar, security screeners forced to rely on down-the-pants photos texted to them by travelers, and the Village People.
Much in the way Louis C.K. kicked off his SNL episode with some stand-up comedy, Hart got things going in similar fashion, telling an elaborate story and then following it up with some (attempts at) celebrity impressions.
Bobby Moynihan and Cecily Strong returned to their roles and the disgruntled and vocal employees for a new sketch, and Hart had a hard time keeping it together when playing a Barnes & Noble manager…
Here’s the mentioned Pope Quvenzhane Wallis sketch. Between her Oscar nomination for Beasts of the Southern Wild and her adorable reactions at the Academy Awards, the timing does seem right for her to be Pope.
Here’s the Walking Dead parody.
I love Nasim Pedrad’s Carl. And then of course, there’s this (courtesy of the SNL tumblr:
- See more at: http://www.cinemablend.com/television/Watch-Kevin-Hart-Saturday-Night-Live-Highlights-Including-Walking-Dead-Parody-53225.html#sthash.kdcNpJCi.dpuf
The Vatican introduces its new selection for Pope: 9-year-old child actress Quvenzhané Wallis (Kevin Hart).
Really!?! with Seth and Kevin—Seth Meyers and Kevin Hart take on the Supreme Court’s skepticism of the Voting Rights Act. (Hart: “They say the act is unconstitutional? Look, the Constitution used to say I’m 3/5ths of a person. Don’t get me wrong… I’m short—but I’m not that short…”)
The monologue—Hart recalls his unsuccessful SNL audition.
‘SNL’ behind the scenes: Kevin Hart explains why this show’s bigger than the VMAs
Here’s what you won’t see on Saturday Night Live this weekend: the boxes Kevin Hart will stand on in order to make his small stature look a little less diminutive. (Hart’s only 5’4″.) “I’ve been deceiving a lot of people, which is fun,” the comedian jokes in this video from NBCUniversal Direct. “It’s lying! Television lies. That’s what it is.”
This, however, isn’t a lie — Hart thinks doing SNL is a bigger deal than hosting MTV’s Video Music Awards. “For astandup comedian, this is what we live for. This is what we want,” he explains. “So [the] VMAs was amazing, but this definitely surpasses that.”
We’ll see whether Hart’s hosting debut measures up to his VMA performance in just a few days. In the meantime, make do with this brief interview — filmed yesterday while Hart was in the midst of preparing for Saturday night:
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- VMAs host Kevin Hart: The DNC can’t compete with me (marquee.blogs.cnn.com)
- With ‘SNL’ Gig, Kevin Hart Continues to Rise (blackamericaweb.com)
- Kevin Hart hosts tonight’s ‘Saturday Night Live’: Talk about it here! (popwatch.ew.com)
- TV: Saturday Night Live: “Kevin Hart/Macklemore & Ryan Lewis” (avclub.com)
- WATCH: Kevin Hart Talks Run-in With Homeless Man During SNL Monologue (entertainably.com)