"Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all liberties. Truth was never put to the worse in a free and open encounter..."
~ Milton
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
~Benjamin Franklin

A Fistful of Euros
Andrew Tobias
Angry Liberal
Bad Attitudes
Common Dreams
Informed Comment
Madelaine Kane
Obsidian Wings
Off the Kuff
Sarah Kendzior
War and Piece
Washington Monthly

The Emerging Democratic Majority (Judis & Teixeira)
Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them (Franken)
Rush Limbaugh Is A Big Fat Idiot (Franken)
The True Believer (Hoffer)
Still Being Bushwhacked

All Book Reviews
Race, Gender, and Sexuality
It's always "us" vs "them"
Women's March on (fill in your location)
Children learn what their parents teach them.
You Got My Support. But.
Even Endangered Penguins Do It

All Race, Gender, and Sexuality
Campaigns and Voting
Where do we go from here?
It's always "us" vs "them"
Some interpretations
On and on I go
Just appalled

All Campaigns and Voting
Lecture Circuit
It Was 40 Years Ago Today
July 2, 1964
May 14-15, 1970
The Erotica of Bare Knees

All Lecture Circuit
The Liberal Media, At It Again
Fairly UNbalanced
What's this?

All Media
Big Brother
Shoulda' Guessed
Where did my country go?
You know what you never thought you'd read?
Not in his name
Sleight of Hand

All Big Brother
World O'Blog
It's Vocabulary Time!
They wrote it
Mighty-fine blogging
Other People Said....

All World O'Blog
Aimless Ranting
It's always "us" vs "them"
So, I'm thinking with half my brain
Do You Know Peter?
Long, Little Privacy Rant
My Takeaway

All Aimless Ranting
February 05, 2017 - February 11, 2017
January 22, 2017 - January 28, 2017
January 15, 2017 - January 21, 2017
November 13, 2016 - November 19, 2016
October 09, 2016 - October 15, 2016

All Weekly Archives

Open Secrets
Political Wire Exit Polls
Polling Report

American Research Group
Center for Democracy and Technology
Center for Public Integrity
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Congressional Report Cards
Death Row Roll Call
Democracy Now
Economic Policy Institute
FairVote Colorado
Foreign Policy In Focus
Global Exchange
Human Rights Watch
Independent Judiciary
Institute on Money in State Politics
Institute for Public Accuracy
Lying in ponds
Media Reform
Media Transparency
Move On
One World
Open Democracy
Pew Research Center
Project Censored
Public Citizen Health Research Group
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Take Back The Media
The Urban Institute
WHO Outbreak News

Peevish for PDA

Blog Directory


Powered by Movable Type

Site Design by Sekimori

All content © 2002-2005 Anne Zook

May 11, 2004

In the land of No Permalinks, take a look at PatriotWatch for a timely Roosevelt quote.

One Russian worker killed and two abducted in Iraq. I've heard that Iraqis may have kidnapped close to 100 "foreigners" in the last year.

I'd hope there was more behind women's support of John Edwards, when he was running for the Democratic presidential nomination, than a few hormonal idiots cooing over his 'pretty face' and the article suggests that there is, as well as discussing some other voting "demographics." (Plus which, I think anyone who bothers to actually listen to what Kerry is saying instead of thinking about whether or not they think he's attractive, finds that Kerry talks a lot of sense.)

Wind energy is a renewable source I've always been interested in.

I didn't know the Mainstream Media project was actually on the air. I wish I could hear it here in Denver.

As I should have guessed, Major Barbara has a lot about private armies, prisons, and the problems in Iraq.

And the attack on the Iraqi pipeline isn't going to affect Iraqi oil exports. Some of us might suspect that's because Iraqi oil exports are pretty low already, but whatever.

What an appalling story. And, after you read it, consider that this may be the most appalling sentence of all. "John Money remains an emeritus professor at Johns Hopkins."

What's the biggest money-maker in the USofA entertainment field? (No, it's not porn.)

One of the most fascinating sites I never seem to have enough time to explore is Disinfopedia. I thought abuut surfing it tonight, but I forgot I had UW bookmarked, and now I'm involved with reading my way down this page.

The nightmare scenario.
November, 2004 - Bush gets elected.
Spring, 2005 - The draft.

And lookit this. Scary Plastic Surgey. Not one of these people but looked a lot better in the "before" pictures.

Posted by AnneZook at 09:13 PM


on John Money: The line between science and pseudo-science is never so problematic as it is in psychiatry, and the stakes are so high. Thank goodness the Human Subject Protocols have been strengthened.

Posted by: Jonathan Dresner at May 12, 2004 03:38 PM

I keep telling myself, It's Johns Hopkins. If he was as incompetent as he sounds, he wouldn't still be there, but it's hard to believe, reading that story.

Posted by: Anne at May 13, 2004 07:42 AM