I Challenged Annie Leonard to a Debate

March 15, 2010

Many of you have seen my “Story of Stuff” critique. I also learned a few weeks ago that Annie Leonard would be releasing the “Story of Bottled Water,” and “The Story of Stuff” book, which I have almost finished reading. Sadly, I know many compassionate teachers will attempt to bring the book into classrooms the […]

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Meet the Coffee Party

March 15, 2010

It was rather sad to meet the members of the Coffee Party this weekend. Frankly, they seemed demoralized and had absolutely no coherent message to explain why they were part of the new “movement.” I guess that explains why many of them supported “Change.” “Change” was an amorphous term that surrounded a past grassroots movement, […]

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CPAC 2010 Conference

February 18, 2010

I just arrived this morning at the CPAC 2010 conference. It is absolutely astounding to see so many people for one political meeting; I’m told there should be 10,000 in attendance. According to the schedule of events, there are non-stop speakers in the main hall, and breakout sessions that I plan to attend as well. […]

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Breaking: New Attack Video Against the Tea Party Just Released; UPDATE; UPDATE Back to Public

February 11, 2010

UPDATE: The video is currently set to “private,” I’ve seen the video (it was public a few minutes ago). Expect it to go public again very shortly. UPDATE: The video is back up and can be viewed below. The newest attack video against the Tea Party was just released 20 minutes ago via The New […]

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Observations of the Washington, D.C. Snowstorm; UPDATE with Video

February 6, 2010

Growing up in Buffalo, New York, and living in Ann Arbor and Chicago, I have seen exactly what a bad snowstorm looks like. Frankly, I am not very impressed with the “blizzard” that has shut down Washington, D.C. Honestly, I opened my window this morning and it looked like a typical day growing up back […]

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Breaking: TheTeaPartyIsOver.org = SEIU (Check the Money Trail)

January 29, 2010

I just came across a new website titled: http://www.TheTeaPartyIsOver.org It is paid for by the American Public Policy Committee. Well, according to opensecrets.org, the two donors for American Public Policy Committee this year are Patriot Majority and Patriot Majority West. However, according to opensecrets.org, the 2nd largest contributor in 2008 to Patriot Majority was SEIU […]

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I Won the YouTube State of the Union Contest

January 27, 2010

Last week, I submitted a video to be judged in the YouTube State of the Union contest. It was implied that the winner would be featured on the front page of YouTube, which would be great exposure (that is what happens when a video is promoted / spotlighted). Moreover, the only significant rule was that […]

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My Daily Caller Post about Science Reporting

January 25, 2010

It was brought to my attention this week that there were blatant inaccuracies spreading around the media about a particular scientific study. As a result, I interviewed the professor in charge of the study and realized that most of the quotes about him were completely fabricated. If you read my article, you will see just […]

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Media Corporations, the Surpeme Court and Logic

January 22, 2010

I’m really glad organizations like Newsbusters have addressed the irony of media corporations attacking Citizen United v. Federal Elections, which held that the government cannot prevent corporations from spending money for the purpose of communicating to the public.  Specifically, Keith Olbermann of MSNBC, the Washington Post and other news outlets lamented the decision as being […]

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Only Federalism Can Save the Democrats

January 21, 2010

Since Scott Brown won the Massachusetts election, many pundits have been arguing this week what the Democrats must do in Washington.  Some say they should stop pushing policies like Cap-and-Trade and socialized medicine.  Others assert that they have not pushed their progressive agenda hard enough. However, few people are thinking outside of the box: Instead […]

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