Monthly Archives: December 2010

“Information is the currency of democracy” — Thomas Jefferson

First they came for WikiLeaks, Pt. 2 — KEY FACTS (this one’s for the lovely Jennifer Teguia, my incredibly awesome wife…) RULE of LAW is eroding fast in the Bush-Obama period.  Consider it a civilizational marker (a key point in … Continue reading

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Invitation accepted…

As the tax cut compromise oozes toward committee and the desk of The Great Capitulator, the world — beyond regressive, budget-busting, Social Security-diminishing tax policy – goes on.  Fellow activist and blogger, Nick Wilczynski, and I have kept up our conversation since it began … Continue reading

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First they came for WikiLeaks…

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Kudos to The Daily Show’s “The First War on Christmas”

This is some of the Daily Show’s best work in years.  Juxtaposing the old-fashioned Christmas classics (with their kind-hearted Christian values) with the FOX News incitements to angry, paranoid victimhood (twisting 21st-Century sensitivity to one’s neighbors into a “War on Christmas”) speaks volumes about what has happened … Continue reading

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Just a bulletin…

Right now, I’m devoting a lot of time to one of my projects, writing and illustrating a condensed version of John Perkins’ Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.  IN THE NEWS:  * Wikileaks is under attack for exposing the habitual dishonesty … Continue reading

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