The Well-paid Cast of AM Joe Complains About Bloggers Using Anonymous Names
|By: Elliott Tuesday October 12, 2010 4:12 pm|
|By: Jim Moss Monday September 27, 2010 6:56 am|
All political movements need a unifying message to be successful. In order to achieve critical mass, it must bring together people who share some, but not all, beliefs and objectives. To do this, there must be an intentional method for communication – for sharing a message and a coordinated strategy than can keep the movement together and build its membership and power.
|By: hctomorrow Sunday April 11, 2010 4:04 pm|
A response to all those premature, congratulatory posts by the online Left.
|By: Gregg Levine Tuesday March 16, 2010 8:45 am|
Ahhh, the power of the Democrats! To all of you who said that Dems couldn’t get anything done, to all of you that said Congressional Democrats couldn’t find the President’s desk with a map, a flashlight, and guided tour from Desirée Rogers, to all of you that said this White House did not know how to play political hardball, I say: Behold!
Just look what has happened in the last fortnight (or so): the president actually put his health plan on paper, the Senate leadership and the White House decided that budget reconciliation wasn’t such a bad idea after all, Democrats in both houses of Congress came together on a sidecar strategy, leadership has started whipping votes like there’s no tomorrow, President Obama has taken his show on the road in campaign-style events to sell his reform plan, and he, the president himself, is having one-on-one meetings with Democratic members (yes, that’s Democratic, not Republican) of the House to arm twist and horse trade. And, the great grassroots organizing forces of the left—from OFA to SEIU, from DFA to HCAN, from MoveOn to what the serious folks call “the liberal blogosphere” (not the marginal blogs, of course [smile])—have been mobilized in an all-out, no-holds-barred, damn-near scorched earth effort to move every last member of the House off the dime and on board the health care highway.
Hell, the White House is giving away NASA bases, and the SEIU is threatening primary challenges to anyone that votes against the “Senate-plus” health care overhaul—even if that means running kamikaze, third-party candidates. All to counteract the horrible, obstructionist, downright evil efforts of notorious Public Enemy Number One. . .
|By: ubetchaiam Sunday March 14, 2010 3:23 pm|
comments on and excerpts from interview with John Sexton,NYU President
|By: jeffroby Tuesday February 16, 2010 3:44 pm|
on the correct handling of trolls
|By: letsgetitdone Friday October 23, 2009 9:05 pm|
The intensity of debate on health insurance reform is building towards a climax as public and blogosphere pressure increases rapidly on the President and both Houses of Congress. In particular, Harry Reid is facing intense pressure, reportedly from the Administration, Nevada Democrats spurred on by blogosphere-generated telephone campaigns, progressive interest groups, and both progressive and conservative Democrats in the Senate, to do what they’d like him to. The point at issue is whether Harry Reid ought to include a public option in the Senate bill he is now shaping based on the products of the HELP and Finance committees. And if he ought to include one, then what kind of PO should he include?