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Is This The Change You Had In Mind?

The all-seeing eye is here.

An Ajudicative Bedtime Story

All across the land, children are settling down to bed. For them, we offer this audio recording, for the very first time anywhere online, of An Ajudicative Bedtime Story

Krampus The Misunderstood Winter Holiday Spirit

As a trickster, Krampus exists outside of simple divisions between good and evil. Krampus isn’t a goodie goodie like Santa Claus, but that doesn’t mean he’s evil. [...]

Charles Boustany offers Lobbyists a Complimentary Package for $5,000

Hey, lobbyists! Congressman Charles Boustany would like you to know that if you visit him at the Loews Hotel in downtown New Orleans this weekend and write out a check to him (care of the Committee for the Preservation of Capitalism) for $5,000, you get the special complimentary package.

My guess is that the package [...]

Irregular Week In Review Podcast Sept 27 – Oct 3

In this Irregular Week in Review podcast: Senate Democrats behaving badly. [...]

Why Did Blanche Lincoln Vote Against the Public Option?

Why did Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln vote to kill Barack Obama’s health care reform centerpiece, the public option? The answer has a lot to do with her sources of campaign finance reform. [...]

Afghanistan Mission Shows War A Poor Tool For Change

For all the reasons that we were told that going to war in Afghanistan would be a good idea, war has been an ineffective tool, in fact. [...]

BaucusCare Video Podcast By an Angry Toad

BaucusCare doesn’t even include the public option which would provide an alternative to private medical insurance and pressure insurance companies to stop abusing sick and injured Americans when they’re at their most vulnerable. [...]

Entry For the H1N1 Public Service Ad Contest

So far in the United States, as of the end of last week, 40,617 people have caught the new strain of swine flu. Only 263 have died afterwards, and many of those people already had frail health. That’s less than a 1 percent fatality rate. [...]

Lobbyists and Loch Ness

Obama said that there would be no lobbyists in his White House. That doesn’t mean that those lobbyists aren’t actually there. [...]

On the Ground Inaugural Report

A video podcast report from Jim, on Pennsylvania Avenue for Inauguration Day. [...]