51% View Alcohol More Dangerous Than Marijuana


Fifty-one percent (51%) of American adults say alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Just 19% disagree and say pot is worse. But 25% say both are equally dangerous. Just two percent (2%) say neither is dangerous. Younger adults are more likely than their elders to view alcohol as the more dangerous of the two.

Rasmussen Reports
Related articles

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

Oklahoma’s Dan Boren Rated Most Likely to Switch Parties

{{w|Dan Boren}}, member of the United States H...Image via Wikipedia

Boren refused to endorse Obama, called the Cap and trade bill the ‘worst bill he’s even seen‘ and opposes single payer health care. He is the only Democratic Congressman from Oklahoma.

Race 4 2008

Related articles

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

Video: View the Healthcare Ad ABC & NBC are Censoring

Obama Reaches Another Low in Poll

MANCHESTER, NH  - APRIL 13:  Democratic presid...Image by Getty Images via Daylife

President Obama, who won the White House with an electoral college landslide and enjoyed soaring public approval in the weeks after his inauguration, has fallen to a 50% job approval rating in the newest daily tracking of the Gallup Poll released Thursday.

The new low for Obama compares with his peak public job approval rating of 69% after his inauguration in January.

Los Angeles Times
Related articles

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

American Idiot: Greenday Attacks SCHWARZENEGGER for California Being Broke

Billie Joe ArmstrongImage via Wikipedia

“We just gotta get rid of f—ing Arnold Schwarzenneger. We’re bankrupt.”
—Billie Joe Armstrong

It’s the Democrat’s fault that California is bankrupt, and he blames the guy who is actually trying to do something about it.
Stupid people like this should stay out of politics and stick to what they know best… luring young boys into thinking you are in a punk band.

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

Canada: Hockey Coach Named as Conservative Senator

“I hope I can serve as an example to people who face a lot of struggles.”

Demers was at an event with the prime minister Thursday, seated in the front row during a lunchtime announcement by Harper at Laval university. He is the last man to coach a Canadian team to the Stanley Cup, a feat he achieved in his first year behind the Montreal Canadiens’ bench in 1993. He told interviewers that, as recently as 2005, he could only write his name and a few other words. In November 2005, Demers released a biography, written by journalist Mario LeClerc, in which he revealed that he is functionally illiterate and had to hide it throughout his life.

CNews

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]

Louisiana: Melancon Will Challenge Vitter

Democrats have consistently argued that Vitter is vulnerable for 2010, in part because of the scandal he faced after the 2007 revelation that his name was in the phone records of a Washington, D.C., escort service associated with prostitution. And Melancon — a leader of the Blue Dog Coalition of conservative-leaning House Democrats — provides the party with a formidable opponent for Vitter.

But the strongly conservative tendencies of Louisiana’s voters have given momentum to the state’s Republicans. Vitter, who won the seat with 51 percent of the vote in the strongly Republican year of 2004, led Melancon by 47 percent to 37 percent, in a poll done by the firm that Melancon uses, Anzalone Liszt Research, this according to a June 12 memo prepared for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

Congressional Quarterly

Sick Science: Monkeys With 3 Parents; People Next?

“These things are always done with the best of intentions but we have to think whether this will lead to any unintended consequences. When the child finds out they have two mummies, how will they feel? ‘We have to have a lot of sympathy for those with inherited conditions but we need to be very careful before we start interfering with nature. ‘There’s a thought that because scientists can do something they always want to do it and that’s not necessarily the right way.”

Daily Mail