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"Look around. You're not alone, and you know what we need to know. So go tell it on the mountains and in the cities. From your websites and laptops, tell it. From the street corners and coffeehouse, tell it. From delis and diners, tell it. From the workshop and the bookstore, tell it. On campus, at the mall, the synagogue, sanctuary and mosque, tell it. Tell it where you can, when you can and while you can. Tell America what we need to know, and we may just rekindle the patriot dream." -- Bill Moyers (as Studs Terkel calls him, "my North Star"), June 7, 2008 at the National Conference on Media Reform. . .
I am a working mom living in the very red state of Utah who began to really pay attention in 2003 and began sharing what I found out in 2004 -- with "Know Bush Facts", a series of 40 emailed statements that culminated with "Know Bush: Launching Facts That Shock & Awe, A One Person Patriot Act" -- a presentation of the best of the facts retold for theatre -- in October 2004.
I continue to write about the hypocrisies I study, believing that what the Bush administration has done goes far beyond partisan disagreement and should be known. I've learned that it isn't that hard to discover the bit of information that puts the news we see into a much greater perspective.
I don't need to bash. I don't even need to convince. I simply need to reveal what is going on behind the tap dancing.
Re Recount: Remiss! (14 comments)
Who does it serve to tell the story of a stolen election without key elements that reveal the machinations?
Friday, May 2, 2008
May Day Revisited
We had the chance to understand the real dangers were in the leadership five years ago, but we missed it. While Bush tapdanced on the water, we could have known the Neocon game plan.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Clinton's Blind Eye to Voters (9 comments)
Even Hillary's endorser, Bobby Kennedy, Jr., knows there's something funny about the pattern of her wins.
Monday, April 7, 2008
Ask Petraeus (10 comments)
General Petraeus will be questioned by Congress this week on Iraq and the questionable success of the surge. Do you know what he should be asked. A new report from Consumers For Peace can inspire the right questions.