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Frustrated, Americans Elect Delegate Opens Town Hall, Invites Everyone to Participate

Updated 4/28 10:08 pm to reflect the fact, confirmed at http://aetownhall.com/node/119#new, that Americans Elect delegate BarberB has created the Americans Elect Town Hall website independently:

“I built this website on my own with no support for AE, and in fact proposed this as the build this back in febuary as ‘superchooseday’, and got miffed when [...]

Suburban Renewal?

If suburbs aren’t vital, it’s because of their design. Why should the federal government intervene to keep their inflated inefficiency from petering out? [...]

Crimethinc and the Police-Free Zone: Burn a Cop, But Be Polite About It

When taking my kids on a walk up to the campus of the Ohio State University last week, I spotted this sticker placed on a flagpole. The small text reads “trust, respect, and communication are essential to healthy community; protect your friends and neighbors from uniformed gang members and other suspicious characters.”

Now that’s cheeky, [...]

Photos of Political Presence Outside Obama Columbus Appearance March 6 2009

From about 9 to noon on the morning of March 6, 2009, a group of Ohioans in numbers varying from a dozen to a hundred gathered on Stelzer Road in the city Columbus to stand outside as Barack Obama arrived from the airport, delivered a speech on the economy, then returned to the airport. President [...]

Midcoast Plans for Biking and Walking, Preserving Health and Sense From the Ground Up

While Senator Jim DeMint uses his seat in our nation’s capital to mock energy efficiency and shoot down plans for efficient, economical transportation in the United States, local groups are doing the quiet work of building a better transportation system from the ground up.

The Friends of Midcoast Maine, for instance, have been scheduling [...]