Bloggin' 'round, found some interesting locations for y'all to check out.
This one has some snaps from a recent SF Protest - "You can't fight a war, if you can't feed the poor." I'll try and put one of my favorites on the next posting from the time I went down to a protest before the start of the Iraq-attack.
The other one is hard to take seriously, but interesting none-the-less given the large amount of discourse that centers on leaving the country for our fair neighbor, Canada. I thought it was interesting to read what they are saying on US out of SF.
Incidentially, this is not a new idea. Aaron McGruder, one of the smartest comic strip writers working today, wrote a nice quick read called Birth of a Nation. Speaks to all of the ills that folks have been feeling for a long time, and is funny doing it. Check it out. And, no I am not paid to mention this. I did purchase my own copy at the local college book store for twenty bucks when it first came out. I do recommend it to you.
Lastly, I don't know how I found this, but surfing around I found an interesting group called Citizens for Constitutional Government. Folks, you may not like them, but you will find it an interesting set of propositions.
Slice from the CCG:
"Unless the people, through unified action, arise and take charge of their government, they will find that their government has taken charge of them. Independence and liberty will be gone, and the general public will find itself in a condition of servitude to an aggregation of organized and selfish interest." Calvin Coolidge...Build a strong military including a missile defense system (peace through strength). NEVER, NEVER, NEVER use the military as an aggressive force (Kosovo). Bill Clinton is guilty of War Crimes and should be prosecuted along with his accomplices (the spineless Congress) for this insane assault upon a sovereign nation. "
End of slice:
Granted, their location has some dusty material in it, I wonder what the CCG would say about Bush, his administration, and the assault on Iraq?