My Life Online 2.0

I have a confession, I am an internet junkie.  There is something about the way the internet works, how it connects people from one side of the globe to the other, and how you can literally do anything just by typing and clicking. I...

Eating Seasonally

The world isn’t a supermarket. Food isn’t really available year-round and at cheap prices. Most of the world waits for apples in the fall, for fresh greens in the spring—or, at least, they used to. Globalization of food as an industry has made the...

President Obama, What Have You Done for Me Lately?

According to the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential approval tracking poll, as of Monday February 20th 2012 26% of voters strongly approve of the Presidents performance, while 39% strongly disapprove.  That seems like quite a large margin, but the total approval rating is 49% and...

The Christian Reich

Christianity began as a truly benevolent and heartfelt religion based on charity, love, and acceptance.   Jesus himself, as portrayed in the Bible at least, was the epitome of all of these things.  He was almost enamored by the outcasts of society and shunned...

Margaret Cho

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H54Hg2tAoWQ Our next issue features an interview with Margaret Cho. Be sure to check out our next issue on March 6th!! Check out the video of my favorite song by Margaret, both hilarious and expertly crooned. Photo Credit: Austin Young

Proposition 8 Ruled Unconstitutional

The judges of the 9th Circuit court in California agreed that the ballot initiative, Proposition 8, violates the 14th Amendment and that they could find no "legitimate reason" for the law to be in force. The judges released this statement: “Proposition 8 serves no purpose, and...

Charlie Chaplin Musical coming to Broadway

Becoming Chaplin, A musical which chronicles the lift of Charlie Chaplin will open on Broadway in the 2012/2013 season, according to the New York Times. The stage play is written by Thomas Meehan who also wrote The Producers and Hairspray.  

Whitney Houston Dead at 48

Whitney Houston, an icon of pop music, is dead at 48. The Associated Press reported today that she had died but that the location and cause of her death were unknown. Houston was the singer to beat in the 80's and 90's with her multi-platinum albums...

Ivanka Trump and Clothing Line Reported for Possible Trade Violations

Washington, D.C.- November 6, 2016 - The Democratic Coalition Against Trump lodged a complaint against Ivanka Trump with the Office of International Trade on Sunday afternoon for possible import violations for her clothing line under the same name. The Coalition uncovered 26 shipments imported...

Racism Is Alive And Well in Houston (And All of Texas)

This "rent-a-cop" is obviously a "Good Ol' Boy" down in Houston, TX, one of the most racist cities in Texas. See if you think this guy's reaction to these two men videotaping a Wal-Mart is justified.  Comment below and let us know what you think. Marty...