Thursday, May 29, 2008

Bob Cesca: Scott McClellan and No War For Barbeque - Politics on The Huffington Post

A reason for uninformed voters. How can we make our government work for our needs if it hides the truth? This is a really old story, yet the lack of focus on the point of the story about government propaganda is hidden by attending to stories about the messenger.


Bob Cesca: Scott McClellan and No War For Barbeque - Politics on The Huffington Post

Dawn Teo: Michelle Obama In Phoenix: "Fear Is A Useless Emotion" - Off The Bus on The Huffington Post

As a woman, I like to see other women succeed and demonstrate their strong and good characters in the work they do. I realize that strong and good are subjective judgments but in the piece by Dawn Teo below many of us can see what I mean. Also the quoted material in the title of the piece points to what I mean. If we wait until all dangers are past and we are completely safe before taking action on work that needs doing, well, we'll all be in a vast wasteland littered with conditions that are truly "unfixable." So let us have the strength to hope and work for better times and social progress.


Dawn Teo: Michelle Obama In Phoenix: "Fear Is A Useless Emotion" - Off The Bus on The Huffington Post