idbeholda writes: Alan Grayson passes a "Corporate Accountability" amendment into a federal spending bill that holds individuals accountable for the actions of the corporations they run. Further, Grayson vows to attach “this corporate death penalty amendment to every bill [he] can.”
idbeholda writes: "Apparently, talking pet birds that make their way back into the wild are teaching the flocks they rejoin some of the phrases they've learned while in captivity. One of these is "Who's a pretty boy, then?"
While this might seem fairly harmless, in reality, just reading about it leaves one with the distinct impression that a union of Alfred Hitchcock's "Birds" and John Boorman's "Deliverance" is imminent."