Uncooperative Radio Show Notes: Thursday 11/15/12
This is important!
I know it's late. But I just walked out of a meeting with some Senate insiders, and I'm still steaming mad at what I heard. Members of both parties are scheming to ram through the so-called "Cybersecurity" Bill.
Petitions seeking White House approval to secede now come from 47 States
White House website petitions are largely a symbolic measure. Serious observers don’t expect the federal government to allow any state to withdraw from the U.S. on the basis of electronic “yes” votes from — in Louisiana’s case — less than one-half of one percent of residents.
NBC Developing George Washington Drama From David Seidler & Levinson/Fontana
With United States’ 16th President Abraham Lincoln back in the cultural zeitgeist with Steven Spielberg’s feature biopic, NBC hopes to do the same on the TV side with the nation’s first president.
Saparmurat Atayevich Niyazov
Niyazov was born in Gypjak, located in the Turkmen SSR. According to the official version, his father died in World War II fighting against Nazi Germany, while other sources contend that he dodged fighting and was therefore sentenced by a military court. The other members of his family were killed in a massive earthquake that leveled Ashgabat in 1948. He grew up in a Soviet orphanage before the state put him in the custody of a distant relative.