> The right-wing media is doing all it can to vilify Obama, not waiting for the next election to ramp up their slime machine. That’s all they ever do, it’s all they know how to … Read moreRight-wing slime machine working overtime
Good news! Although completion of the George W. Bush Presidential Library at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas may be stalled indefinitely, due to an apparent lack of funding and support, all hope is not … Read moreGeorge W. Bush Presidential Librarium plans revealed!
>To my mind, it is critical to do all we can right now to pressure Congress to support the public health care option. MoveOn.org says: Exciting news on health care: The New York Times editorial … Read moreTell your reps: Support the public health care option!
>Good news! Gov. Howard Dean (an M.D., remember), has declared he’s hitting the road to campaign for a health care plan that will give people the right to choose a Medicare-type option. In his announcement, … Read moreDean campaigning for public health insurance option (Medicare-type option for all)
>We’ve been working with an organization that helps out homeless people in San Francisco, giving them copies of the Humor Times to sell on the street. It gives them a way to make a few … Read moreHomeless make a buck selling Humor Times
>Tomorrow, Thursday, March 19, 2009, Americans in cities nationwide will hold demonstrations at the offices of major banks and other corporations to demand more responsible corporate behavior and call on Congress to enact the change … Read moreDemonstrations at offices of major banks Thursday nationwide!
>According to reports coming out from food activists, HR 875, the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009 would criminalize organic farming and the backyard gardener. They say that Big Ag corporations like Monsanto, Cargill, ADM, … Read moreChange We Just Can’t Believe In: HR 875 Could Make Organic Farming Illegal
> On Wednesday night, The Discovery Channel aired its one-hour documentary based on Fred Krupp’s best-selling book Earth: The Sequel. If you didn’t catch it, they’re repeating it again this Sunday. It goes through many … Read moreEarth: The Sequel – inspiring, well done
>Yes, I’m back. And blogging once again. Sorry for the long absence… I get lazy sometimes, I admit it. If anyone is out there reading this, leave a comment now and then — if I … Read moreHe’s B-A-A-A-C-K!
>Sorry I haven’t posted in a while — I’ve been mesmerized by the Obama phenomenon, waiting and watching, holding my breath — like a huge number of Americans, I think. I’ve been thoroughly unimpressed by … Read moreObama so far – mixed reviews