If you were President of the United States, which musicians would you have perform at your inaugural throw-down?Fri, January 2, 2009 - 8:56 PM permalink - 9 comments
One stipulation: All musicians must be American citizens.
My list in no particular order:
Raquy and the Cavemen
Memes, according to memetics, transmit themselves via a copying method, usually imitation. In examining the survival of a meme we must consider certain factors: copy-fidelity (degree of mutation in copying), the context in which it occurs (its environment), the meme's fecundity (or environmental fitness), competitiveness (rival memes found in the environment and the copying rates).Thu, October 25, 2007 - 1:48 PM permalink - 4 comments
If Dawkins, Harris, Hitchens, et. al. really want to succeed in eliminating Xtianity's (and other religion... read more
The G.W. Bush administration advocates and exercises the Unitary Executive Theory. This is why Gonzales maintained he owed no obligation to appear and testify before Congress and why Rice maintains she need not honor the Congressional subpoena. However, the unitary executive theory may be the Achilles heel of the administration. According to this theory, the President possesses all executive power of subordinates within the Executive Branch which the Constitution does not specify as requir... read moreMon, May 7, 2007 - 9:20 AM permalink - 0 comments
Dear friends,Thu, December 21, 2006 - 6:33 AM permalink - 3 comments
Below is an editorial I am working on in hopes of publication. Please make comments for additions or revisions. Also, I need suggestions on where to publish it. Truthout.org, Motherjones.org, MoveOn.org do not accept outside editorials.
Republicans are The Federalist Disease
The neocon faction of the Republican party explicitly admires The Federalist Papers. Membership in the Federalist Society is a networking imperative for any up-and-coming conservative minded ... read more
Or Maybe Bipartisanshipium?Mon, October 23, 2006 - 10:10 AM permalink - 2 comments
Science. Researchers from Russia and the United States create a new element in an audacious lab experiment, but it exists for only one millisecond before it begins to decay. They're thinking of calling it stabilityiniraqium.