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corps picking up dnc tab

When the speeches are finished, the applause is over and the balloons are dropped, what’s a DNC delegate meant to do? Party with the Corporations, of course. This great article at AlterNet takes a look at the late-night corporately-funded shin-digs...

bayer’s sneaky blog-reader

My web stats are definitely back to normal, after Monday’s jump. I don’t mean to harp on about my traffic, but another surprise was waiting for me this morning when I checked out my Nedstat counter. This time, it’s not how many people are dropping...

breaking the 100 barrier

Things were busy around here yesterday. For the first time since starting this weblog, I cracked the 100 visitors mark. It was all due to ConsumerWorld.org linking to my recent post about Aspirin’s misleading CTS commercial....

liking linda

“The next day, February 15, more than 10 million people took part in protests worldwide. Without access to intelligence data, with nothing more than their own questioning minds, millions of ordinary people had figured out what journalists had been unable or...

canadians re-defeating bush

Q: What’s the best thing about being an American citizen? A: You get the chance to re-defeat of George W. But now even Canadians can have their say. Georgebush.ca is an online petition that aims to get 1 million Canadian signatures telling their friends to the...

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