UPDATE by Will Emmons: Just got back from this event and it went insanely well. Providence SDS showed up with an anti-imperialist funk machine in the form of two speakers in a shopping cart jury-rigged to a car battery and connected to someone’s mp3 player. The funk machine was decorated with mad anti-war signs and flags. […]
On Tuesday we got hundreds of visits off of Politico, for the post on how Hillary and Textron both suck. And yesterday we got hundreds of visits off of Fleshbot, for the post on shouting Tony Danza’s name during sex. Doing Provy proud!
Ian has this article, on concerns about Clinton’s donations from big arms manufacturers — and, in particular, the money she’ taken from Textron: Last October, in an examination of campaign contributions in 2007 from employees of major defense industry contractors, Thomas B. Edsall wrote on the Huffington Post that “Senator Clinton took $52,600, more than
Would be, say, to bribe Saddam Hussein. I can be incredibly cynical about the political process, but even I naively thought that there’d be unanimity about the above. Apparently not, per some of the comments over at RIFuture. So while members of the Assembly will introduce resolutions congratulating basketball teams and marching bands, or designating