GeneralSpectacle | So, did anyone catch this comment
Charlie Bass | With a new horror film released almost every week, who would have thought that the year’s most terrifying sequence thus far would come from a PowerPoint presentation given by Al Gore?
Donald Paneth | I’m on my way to the theater. Is any place safer than the New York City subways? Transit police are on duty. Crime is down.
Carol Lipton | Armed Madhouse, the latest book by BBC journalist Greg Palast, is both audacious and ambitious. The topics covered range from the theft of the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections and the ensuing “war on terror,” to the privatization of government spying and the Dan Rather false documents debacle.
Hoipolloi Cassidy | The fantasy that the technology of the Web is inherently "revolutionary" is punctured at DailyKos, the mass-appeal right-of center Democrat chat-list. Unless by "revolutionary" you mean an inevitable collapse into infighting and paranoia. more... 5 Comments
Tonya Kay | how you can turn Free vegetable oil into diesel fuel for cars
POCLAD | Friends:
Gary N | A closer look at the group "Perverted Justice" more... 0 Comments
Gregory Heller | Hundreds of Technologists in HazMat suits will descend upon Apple
small WORLD Podcast | Interview with Making Waves 'pirate' radio documentary director Michael Lahey. more... 0 Comments
Hoipolloi Cassidy | The high peak drama in Al Gore's movie "An Inconvenient Truth" comes when Professor Gore explains how a frog dumped in hot water will jump right out, but if you gradually heat the water - at which point a collective gasp goes through the many sub-teen girls in the audience - and then Uncle Al seems to smile out at the kids and tells them, but we don't want the frog to be hurt do we, and the movie cuts to a giant cartoon hand pulling the cartoon frog from the jar and placing it on a lawn chair. Somehow that half-wit frog on his lawn chair, too dumb to thank us, reminds me of George Bush. more... 0 Comments
Sane Society | El jurado del “I certamen Día Internacional de Internet – Sane Society” ha determinado que el premio a la mejor página web personal de arte, música o literatura sea concedido al grupo musical Wedekind por su página www.wedekind.at more... 0 Comments
Alan Miller | From Abramoff to DeLay, Washington is riddled with corrupt practices. Meanwhile, Enron and Adelphia cast shadows over Corporate America. This has led some to wonder if our political and business institutions face a deep-rooted problem of illegal and unethical behavior. On June 21st, 2006, the NY Salon and the New York Society for Ethical Culture will present “Is There a ‘Culture of Corruption’ in Politics and Business?” a discussion with four leading writers: Robert Pollock (WSJ), David Callahan (Cheating Culture), Matthew Continetti (Weekly Standard), Daniel Ben-Ami (Cowardly Capitalism) more... 0 Comments
Monique_dols@hotmail.com | Voices is the long-awaited primary-source companion to Howard Zinn's bestselling
World Can't Wait | In early June, the World Can't Wait - Drive Out the Bush Regime will be holding a series of events delving deeply into different aspects of the Bush Regime's crimes and the reasons that they must be driven out. more... 0 Comments
aron pieman kay | IN MEMORIAM, STEVE CONLIFF. A GREAT YIPPIE REVOLUTIONARY
doublethink | - This Sunday! more... 3 Comments
Daithí | ...ón Choiste chun Teach Phobail N. Bhríd a Shabháil: more... 0 Comments
roger m | The riders continue to keep the NYC critical mass alive, the authorties continue to try and harrass it to death. Many cyclists were grabbed and given bogus tickets. more... 0 CommentsPage 31 | Page 29
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