Monthly Archives: May 2010

The bar salutes all who serve/served

Hats off ladies and germs……. We hereby have a moment of silence in honor of the fallen, as well as those left at home…. And a heartfelt salute and thanks to all of those who have served their country…..above and … Continue reading


recomended reading

Bringing It to the Table is divided into three sections. In "Farming," the essays (1971-2004) provide a compelling review of the central argument of all Berry’s work: that we must "adopt nature as measure" and create farming practices that deeply … Continue reading


Where are the press?

We have a major environmental disaster going on….and Pres. Obama is going on vacation for the second time.  The response to this by the administration and by BP seems weak at best, and basically involves Ass Covering and little else. … Continue reading


Sestak job offer a scandal in the making?

Joe Sestak, the guy who beat administration supported Arlen Specter, made claims that the administration offered him a job if he would step back and not challenge Arlen Specter. Sestak has stood by this assertion, but has yet to divulge … Continue reading


Music Question 2:

List your favorite Rock artists:(including punk) 1. Neil Young 2. Metallica 3. Dropkick Murphys 4. Flogging Molly 5. AC/DC 6. Pink Floyd 7. U2 8. Rage Against the Machine 9. Rollins Band 10. Eric Clapton


Mucic Question 1

List your 10 favorite country singers/bands: 1. Johnny Cash 2. Willy Nelson 3. David Alan Coe 4. Hank III 5. Patsy Cline 6. Steve Earle 7. Wayne Hancock 8. Emmylou Harris 9. John Prine 10. Hank Williams


The Corner Bar Endorses Linda Coates for School Board

Linda Coates is stepping back into the public eye with a run for Fargo School Board. Linda has the vision, knowledge, idealism and experience to be a great school board member.


Repubs celebration of Specter loss premature

Republicans celebrate the los of Sen. Arlen Specter in the Democratic Primary. Specter switched parties after it became clear he would not defeat another challenge from more conservative republican Toomey. He had hoped that with President Obama’s support he would … Continue reading


Bet this wouldn’t stand in court

An Arizona utility commissioner said he’s willing to pull the plug on Los Angeles if the city goes through with a boycott of his state. In a letter to the city of LA, a member of Arizona’s power commission said … Continue reading


Not as cool as the Ozzy Concert Party sting…but very creative

Dozens of California parole violators showed up to claim a very attractive offer: $200 and amnesty. And dozens of parole violators found themselves in handcuffs and, for most, headed back to prison. In a corrections department variation on the old … Continue reading