A crisis may change things, through necessity after big social institutions we’ve relied upon have been destroyed, but aspiration to beautiful new modes of being isn’t what’s on people’s minds right now. Folks are hunkering down, and moving to protect what they can of what they’ve already got.
This is easily the most brazen Barack Obama inauguration commercial tie-in I’ve seen: Change Your Hair, Change The World. Just remember that Change comes from the bottom up.
As Barack Obama is set to be inaugurated as the 44th President next week, this is how your government treats people: 1. As a matter of law under the FISA Amendments Act, your government can search your home, office or car, take your belongings and
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How does Obama’s tax cut plan qualify as change? Didn’t George W. Bush do the same thing upon taking office? How well did that work for America?
What are you going to do to help make America better – or are you going to sit back and watch Obama do the work?
Something’s coming. I don’t know what it is. Will it be great? There will be a presidential election in three days, and a new direction for our country will be chosen. There’s lots of talk of “Change,” and of “Change You Can Believe In.” What
The Wassup? crew is back, 8 years later… and a lot of water has gone under that bridge:
You can’t really see the detail in this photo I snapped from the passenger’s side of my vehicle traveling down Interstate 71 in Ohio, so you’ll have to trust me when I tell you that on the lower left hand side, the van’s owner placed
The Dalai Lama will not branch out and join a panel discussion in Idaho about potatoes. He will not give a lecture on his favorite television show. The Dalai Lama’s next ghostwritten book will not be a science fiction novel.