Election doing for Bittorrent what 9/11 did for blogs

Never Forget: Internet Vets for Truth is the perfect example to show how easy it is to distribute video, to a huge audience, on a shoestring budget. Bittorrent empowers folks to publish large files quickly and easily, where once it would have required costly infrastructure. The distribution of the Jon Stewart Crossfire confrontation video illustrates […]

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Bin Laden still alive, and we went to war in Iraq why?!?

George W. Bush diverted our forces and their efforts from the bastard who attacked us to go after someone who didn’t. Read this Washington Post story for the sad details. Speaking of taking our eye off the ball, do you know that Iran tested a strategic missle? With North Korea’s help? Or that North Korea […]

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Just one more thing the mass media isn’t reporting

…researchers compared the mortality rate among civilians in Iraq during the 14.6 months prior to the March 2003 invasion with the 17.8 month period following the invasion. The sample group reported 46 deaths prior to the March 2003 and 142 deaths following the invasion. The results were calculated twice, both with and without information from […]

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Congrats to the Red Sox

I believe sports offers us many metaphors that help us frame life. The Red Sox’s come from behind victory last week, and their sweep of the World Series, after so many years of loss and heartache, is simply inspirational. But don’t get ahead of yourselves Beantown. No Super Bowl for you. It’s the Philadelphia Eagles […]

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Six more days – get involved

This blog, and plenty of others, have shared the importance of what’s going on. Philadelphia and the surrounding burbs can swing the tide of Pennsylvania. By all accounts PA is a must win state for Kerry. There are plenty of great ways you can get involved and help to make a difference with the election. […]

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You don’t get how someone can be a Bush believer?

Let me share my own thoughts for once instead of letting a link do it for me. I feel, from the bottom of my heart, that Bush’s “true believers”, those with their bumper stickers, and who refuse to face facts, believe most news media to be untrustworthy. They feel it doesn’t speak to them, that […]

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