For everyone who wasn’t able to attend Wednesday’s Fiscal Sustainability Teach-In and Counter-Conference at GWU, with help from the volunteers who made the recordings, I’ve posted each session’s audio along with speaker slideshows for viewing (here). Hopefully transcripts will be added soon. And for anyone who is willing to make a contribution but has not yet done so, donations are still most welcome.
|By: selise Friday April 30, 2010 12:38 pm|
|By: selise Monday April 26, 2010 1:52 pm|
ND2.0 bloggers Marshall Auerback and L. Randall Wray prepare to confront neoliberal propaganda and deficit hysteria at this D.C. teach-in.
|By: selise Thursday April 22, 2010 12:54 pm|
Warning: At the end of this diary, I’m going to be asking for your support. Your financial support. Please consider making a donation today.
|By: selise Friday March 26, 2010 2:38 pm|
This is the third in a series of working threads with powwow, and anyone else who wishes to join in the fun, on the Senate filibuster rules and precedents (for links to prior working threads and other background and reference material, see the working threads section of my Senate Filibuster Reference List).
|By: selise Wednesday January 20, 2010 8:20 am|
|By: selise Monday June 22, 2009 2:47 pm|
This diary was posted at Daily Kos last week by DrSteveB, and is x-posted here with kind permission from the author
|By: selise Monday June 22, 2009 2:42 pm|
To make informed policy decisions, we need a side by side comparison of all the various options (including status quo, single payer, etc)
|By: selise Friday June 12, 2009 8:49 pm|
by DrSteveB. x-posted from Daily Kos with kind permission from the author
|By: selise Wednesday June 10, 2009 9:36 am|
Congratulations to all who have worked to demand that Single Payer Universal Healthcare be included in discussions on healthcare reform! Some cracks in the edifice of exclusion are beginning to show.
|By: selise Wednesday June 10, 2009 6:32 am|
Congratulations to all who have worked to demand that Single Payer Universal Healthcare be included in discussions on healthcare reform. Some cracks in the edifice of exclusion are beginning to show.