Headlines Du Jour ► Tuesday, November 12, 2013

It’s hard to imagine death and destruction on a scale the size of Typhoon Haiyan. Everything has been flattened as far as the eye can see. 

Current estimates have the death toll above 10,000, with thousands still missing, yet as of this writing the official death toll stands at only 1,744. More than 600,000 people have been left homeless. This is a tragedy of monumental proportions. You can help by clicking on this link:

IN POLITICAL NEWS:

 

TODAY IN RIGHT WING CRAZY:

AMAZON PLAYS POST OFFICE:

TODAY’S BULLY NEWS:

GOING TO POT:


Veteran Emerald Triangle pot growers see their way of life ending
Pioneering marijuana cultivators in the hills of Mendocino and Humboldt
counties are being pushed to the margins by the legalization they long espoused.


WHEN FAMILIES FIGHT:


Malcolm X’s Heirs Move To Block Publication Of Activist Leader’s Diary
Heirs Say Third World Press Does Not Have Publishing Rights

FROM THE TMI DEPARTMENT:

GUNS, GUNS, GUNS:

MAYORS’ CORNER:


Rob Ford’s fatal flaw? He has no shame
Shame is the starting point for all genuine soul-searching and change.
Without it, Rob Ford will never fix his many personal foibles.

Ho-ho or no-no? Confusion reigns over
Rob Ford’s participation in Santa Claus parade

Toronto’s scandal-plagued mayor has marched
in the popular parade for the past three years.

FROM THE WAYBACK MACHINE – STRINGBEAN’S MURDER:

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