Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Morning news

U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., and Gov. Corzine kick the showdown up a notch at yesterday's Senate committee hearing on chemical plant security that was held here in Newark. Of course, we're on our New Jerseyan's side, not Bush's in his attempt to become supreme unitary monarch of the world.

Judge urges state to raise bar on electronic voting machines. We'll be keeping an eye on this story, because the Sequoia AVC Advantage electronic voting machines we use in Ocean County are among the specific targets for Superior Court Judge Linda Feinberg to monitor retrofitting with paper printouts that voters can verify.

Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson says George Bush has committed high crimes and misdeameanors and should be impeached, while Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, also asks "is it time to impeach" the president? On Our Radar say yes.

1 comment:

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