Tuesday, January 31, 2012


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If negative can win Florida for Romney, how long before Obama joins in?

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Saturday, January 28, 2012

TQ Interview -

Zelda, get my lawyers, Dewey, Cheatam and Howe on the line, and have them slap a cease and desist on this guy. Why he's even showing up in Google search menus above my listings. And Zelda...Tell them while they're at it we've got to do something about Tourism Queensland and Top Queers. Thanks. 8)

Taj Mahal - Fishin' Blues

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Friday, January 27, 2012

Rick Nelson Garden Party

Mississippi River [Live] Young Janis Joplin Duet

Grateful Dead - 09 Viola Lee Blues


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FARRENHEIT - Heart of Gold - Worcester Centrum

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Elisabeth Lohninger Live at Mechanics Hall

ZONKARAZ: Talk to Me Baby

Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs - Wooly Bully (1965)

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Taj Mahal - Queen Bee

UB40 - Johnny Too Bad

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Louie Louie - The Clash

What's wrong with the way I live. THE HOLLIES

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The Troggs - Love Is All Around

Smith - Baby Its You ('69)

Dirty Water - The Standells (Original Album Version)

J. Geils Band - Looking For A Love Live

Babe Pino Band 1974

TREAT ME LIKE A DOG - Young Neal & the Vipers

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One way or another - Blondie.

Repent - Shaggy and Cyndi Lauper (live)

KT Tunstall "Tangled Up In Blue" Jools Holland RAVE HD

Keith Richards - Trouble In Mind - Live '04 LA

China News January 27, 2012

Occupy The SEC

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The SEC is charged with regulating wall street, which is a job they largely do not do.

In fact, since many people who work for the SEC are former employees of large criminal banks on Wall Street, they actively help to cover up the crimes of wall street.  More details on that in this article by Matt Taibbi.

On March 30th, there is going to be a massive gathering of occupations from all across the USA in DC, just like on #j17, but hopefully, since it will be warmer, we will have hundreds of thousands of people decending on DC.

I think it would be a good idea for us to swing by the SEC and let them know how dissatisfied we are with how they've allowed Wall Street to fuck up the world's economy.  

Or maybe not even just on the 30th.  Maybe we should be going down there for days on end, week after week.  Ending corporate personhood is nice, and a significant first step, but we also need to shine the light on the fact that the institutions that have been charged with policing the markets for fraud and abuse have been complicit in allowing fraud and abuse to happen.  We need to shine the light on their corruption, and reveal them for what they are to the public at large-- who may not even know what the SEC is, or what it's supposed to do.



* Public Citizen has an e-petition:  demanding that the SEC shine the light on corporate influence in elections by publicizing information about corporate campaign contributions.

* #j21 Occupy The Corporations Recap: I made this video for Public Citizen, and it was picked up by Andy Kroll of Mother Jones Magazine

* Some old videos from 2010 you should watch today: Welfare Talking Points: #1, #2, #3, #4, my tongue-in-cheek video on How to Fix Trickle Down Economics, and my serious video on How to Fix the Economy

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

People power beats corporate money

Corporate money in politics corrupts the system and the people in it. Will you chip in $5 to launch a new campaign to get the dirty money out?

Chip in $5!

Dear MoveOn member,

Last Wednesday, big media companies and their lobbyists lost the battle to make the Internet into their own corporate playground. They spent millions to turn the Internet we know and love into a place where they make all the rules, all the choices, and all the money. And since it's an election year, they thought their big political contributions would buy them whatever legislation they wanted. Let's face it, that works a lot of the time.

Former Senator Chris Dodd, who now is the movie industry's chief lobbyist, went so far as to make this shocking statement after the Internet censorship vote in the Senate was postponed:1

Those who count on quote "Hollywood" for support need to understand that this industry is watching very carefully who's going to stand up for them when their job is at stake. Don't ask me to write a check for you when you think your job is at risk and then don't pay any attention to me when my job is at stake.

Big Hollywood media companies literally just tried to buy off politicians to get what they wanted. And if millions of people hadn't responded online in historic fashion last week, it might have worked.2 In other words, people power beat corporate power.

With the election only ten months away, the time to act is now. In order to get big money out of politics, we have to mobilize in an even bigger way than we did to protest Internet censorship—because we'll be taking on the corrupting influence of not only of Hollywood but also big oil, Wall Street banks, the insurance industry, and all other huge corporations. If we can raise $180,000 right away, we're ready to launch a new campaign online, on the ground, and over the airwaves, to get out ahead of all the deceptive spin, angry rhetoric, and big money that the corporations and the 1% will pour in to defend themselves. Will you chip in $5 to help us get this campaign off the ground?

Corporate money in politics corrupts the system and the people in it, but we can eliminate its influence. We're fighting for a constitutional amendment that says that corporations are not people and money is not speech. And we're calling on President Obama to issue an executive order, something he can do without Congress, that will force government contractors to disclose their political spending in real time. We'll put your contribution to work in online campaigns, ads, and field events across the country to help build the movement to get dirty money out of our political system.

These past two weeks prove that when we come together and act boldly, we can win anything. We beat the corporate lobbyists in their attempt to break the Internet. We can stop their influence in politics—period—if enough of us stand up. Will you join and chip in $5 to help us get this campaign get started?

Thanks for all you do.

–Garlin, Elena, Amy, Robin, and the rest of the team


1. "Consumer group accuses Hollywood of 'threatening politicians,'" The Hill, January 20, 2012

2. "SOPA protest by the numbers: 162M pageviews, 7 million signatures," Ars Technica, January 20, 2012

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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Turkish anger over French 'genocide' vote

Now it's time for the United States to piss them off by telling the truth. The "Sick Man of Europe" fucked up and it's time for a spade to be called a spade.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

How Cable Companies Make You Pay | Religious Right Chooses Santorum | Novel Excerpt: An AlterNet First


Some Feet Not Meant for Shoes - Novel Excerpt

A young woman embarks upon a mystical journey through greed, racism and intolerance to find that in a previous lifetime she was a black slave girl. Intro by Don Hazen.READ MORE

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Is This Land Made for You and Me--or The Super-Rich?

Bill Moyers and Michael Winship ponder the question at the heart of Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land"--what kind of America do we want? READ MORE

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Students at the University of Texas protest their schools sweatshop-made sources of Apparel.

As Occupy Wall Street Has Changed Protest Dynamics, Vibrant Groups Like United Students Against Sweatshops Are Back in the Forefront

USAS has been fighting steadily for workers' rights even when the issue wasn't front-page news--and they're helping spearhead a new movement for economic justice. READ MORE

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Sucker: How Cable Companies Make You Pay For Channels You'll Never Watch

Even though anti-trust laws say cable companies can't coordinate their business plans, they do. READ MORE

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Religious Right Endorses Santorum; Aims to Stop Romney in South Carolina

At a weekend meeting of Christian conservative leaders, participants agreed to rally evangelicals to support Rick Santorum. READ MORE

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How I Came to Terms With My Boyfriend's Infidelity -- and My Own

Bestselling novelist Katie Crouch tells her own story of monogamy and adultery. READ MORE

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Victory for Internet Freedom: Obama Announces Opposition to SOPA, Congress Shelves Bill

The Protect IP Act and Stop Online Piracy Act have generated intense opposition because of their crackdown on Internet freedom--and that opposition just won big. READ MORE

By Steve Benen / Washington Monthly


Men's Earnings Haven't Just Stagnated Over Past 40 Years--They've Fallen

A new report shows that full-time male workers in the United States were making less in real, that is, inflation-adjusted, dollars in 2009 than they were in 1969. READ MORE

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Katrina vanden Heuvel: Why I Swapped Yoga for Kickboxing This Election Year

Americans need to stand up, to fight; we cannot dispassionately let the right impose its will upon us because we believe we're closer to spiritual enlightenment than they are. READ MORE

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Bill Maher's Controversial Stance on Video of Troops Urinating on Corpses: Says Outrage Is Overblown
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Kansas GOP House Speaker "Prays" That Obama's "Children Be Fatherless and His Wife a Widow"
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