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Obama's Middle Ground

Thank you, President Obama, for showing us the wisdom of the middle ground! I’m going to take this new philosophy to heart tomorrow, and go out in public with my shirt halfway over my head, and my pants around my knees. […]

First Official Obama Act Of Nonsense

Barack Obama seems to want us all to just get along, and sit back, and stop disagreeing so much, and be friendly. That would make Obama’s job easier, but it wouldn’t make life better for the rest of us. […]

Gene Robinson Gets Religion Wrong at Inaugural Bleepout

Gene Robinson, just like Rick Warren, has decided to use the power of the President of the United States to try to promote his own career. Gene Robinson has bought into the corrupt and unconstitutional system of power which says that religious Americans deserve perks and privileges from the President. […]

Activism After the Election

Is unity really a worthwhile goal for activists, or is it just a tool for leaders who seek to use activists for their own purposes? […]

Independent Atheists Unite For Mutual Defense

It’s a small silver lining, but now atheists do share one thing: The need to come together for the sake of mutual defense. We don’t have a political party that will speak up for our rights. We need to speak for ourselves. […]

Barack Obama Gives Nonreligious Americans The Cold Shoulder

Giving religious Democrats, and leaders of tax-exempt religious organizations, special access to political leaders in the Democratic Party, while excluding non-religious Democrats from that access, is not a way to demonstrate unity. It’s a way to promote divisiveness and discrimination. […]

Big Change in Unity08 Lawsuit? Address.

It’s a fairly important substantive question being considered in the Unity08 v. FEC lawsuit, filed back in January of 2007: ought groups attempting to engineer the election of third-party figures as presidential candidates to obey the fundraising restrictions of political action committees, which restrict contributions to $5,000 per person and require the amounts, terms and […]

Rider Board for the Unity08 Convention

Are you heading to the Unity08 presidential nominating convention? Let’s set this page up as the unofficial Rider Board. If you have space in your car to spare, say so. If you need a ride, say so. Be sure to indicate where you’re driving from and your e-mail so you can coordinate schedules!

Hee. Yes, […]

Contribution to Draft Bloomberg Committee by Unity08 Goes Unmentioned by Unity08 in its Own Report

The Draft Bloomberg Committee reports in its 1st Quarter Disclosure that it received a $1,288 contribution from Unity08 on March 4, 2008. Unity08 reports no such contribution to the Draft Bloomberg Committee in its 1st Quarter report (filed two days late and just now made available). Both Unity08 and the Draft Bloomberg Committee report other […]