Terminator IV: Arnold Stops the 1877 Compromise


Because the Senate has so little on its plate in terms of Social Security and health care reform: Yesterday, our 109th Congress agreed to H. Res 867, "honoring the life and accomplishments of James Cameron."

No, they didn't discuss the cinematographic merits of True Lies, Titanic or even Xenogenesis… that would be the wrong James Cameron.

This James Cameron was the founder of America's Black Holocaust Museum in Milwaukee, and the last American survivor of a lynching.

The kicker: Why does the House agree to commend the founder of a lynching museum, while the Senate can't even agree on a resolution condemning the act?