Meg Whitman is currently spending a small fortune trying to win California’s Republican primary for governor. Her primary opponent, Steve Poizner, is out with a new, brutal ad tying her directly to Goldman Sachs. Poizner’s goal appears to be to make Californians think “Goldman Sachs” every time they hear the
The Fiscal Sustainability Teach-In Counter-Conference happened at The George Washington University’s Marvin Center on Wednesday. It was held in the amphitheater at The Marvin Center and was sponsored and given strong support by the University’s Department of Management and the wonderful Marvin Center Staff. Blogs on the Teach-In Counter-Conference have already appeared here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here, and others will be coming very soon covering different aspects of the event. Also, audio, video, presentation, and other web artifacts will be forthcoming over the coming days.
Featuring new videos from Young Love and the controversial (nsfw, strong violence) new video from M.I.A.
Move over Kentucky, and congratulations Florida, because you have suddenly grabbed the title of Most Interesting Senate Race of the 2010 election cycle. Things were already pretty interesting in Florida when it was simply the tale of an insurgent Republican primary challenger, Marco Rubio, and his ever-increasing lead over popular
From the Phoenix Times via Gizmodo comes a story of a man using the Gay Social Networking iPhone App to make a date with man and then murder him. A Murderous Gay iPhone App, or: How to Stoke Homophobes and Luddites With a Single Crime Story Oddly, while the paper
Late Night: Artists as Environmentalists – The Spreading Gulf Tragedy Begs a Nationwide Call to Action
As the oil hits the reefs, offshore bars and beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, are we faced with another Exxon Valdez catastrophe? Yes. Can we learn from that disaster in how this ongoing tragedy is documented by artists? Absolutely. Here is some of how we can do it. You may add your suggestions too.
An excerpt from Sarah Palin’s Facebook post on why the Gulf oil spill shouldn’t stop us from expanding our offshore drilling efforts.