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Plus guest writers and past staff, including Zach Fehst, Amy Reynolds, Aaron Vaccaro, Jae Day, Sarah Jawaid, Scott Martin, and Bronson Picket.
June 19, 2009, at 10:50 pm — Blogs | Videos / /

Iranian Uprising: The Twitter Revolution

Huffington Post has been covering this with amazing focus. So many stories coming out of Iran because of new technology and a new kind of bravery I think. Here’s a video they have up from an Iranian woman reciting a poem while recording video of the nightly prayers – thousands of voices can be heard praying and calling out the name of God in the background. Amazing.

June 18, 2009, at 1:29 pm — Blogs

Wish I Could Have a Presidential Vacation Like W.

So former President George W. Bush broke his silence and opened up a quick line of criticism on President Obama by waving the super villain in Gitmo flag and the usual GOP line of small, hands off government works best. It was this stab at the economic policies of Obama’s that reminded me of how little President George W. Bush did during his tenure as Commander in Chief when it came to domestic policy and it also reminded me of his holding the record for most time on vacation by a sitting president.

June 17, 2009, at 2:13 am — Blogs / / /

Ron Paul Campaign Lists Home Addresses

I was googling my name as horrible as that sounds and ran across something kinda disturbing concerning the now defunct Ron Paul campaign. It looks as though they have left private information in the public arena.

June 16, 2009, at 8:59 pm — Blogs / / /


I never thought Twitter could do any good outside of an easy joke or a momentary distraction – I was wrong – sometimes you only have a few words to get out before the Iranian Police come to take your freedom away… His arms were outstretched in a cross like pose as he was supported […]

June 16, 2009, at 8:36 pm — Blogs / / /

The Toll of War

I have to say, I hate that “we are in the middle of war-time” for a couple reasons. First of all, I’m not the biggest fan of war or of military forces. Secondly, I think ex-President Bush’s proclaimed reasons for starting the war were not well thought through and have only been exacerbated over the years by his haughty, self-serving, frat boy attitude. Thirdly, “war-time” has become this relatively removed experience for all but the growing number of people with loved ones returning severely injured or not at all.

June 16, 2009, at 4:50 am — Blogs / / /

Rich Gov, Poor Gov: Why Obama Can’t Fix The Economy

Last night, as I reread Robert Kiyosaki’s 1997 Bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad, I realized why Barack Obama will be unable to do what is necessary to fix America’s economy. It’s not just that he believes in government intervention in business, although that’s a big part of it. But what makes it even worse is that President Obama is Poor Dad.

June 9, 2009, at 6:25 pm — Blogs / /

Commemorating Memorial Day

(Originally Submitted May 24, 2009) The theme of this week’s Avocado Jungle is “transitions”, and what more poignant time than Memorial Day to acknowledge the transition from life to death and death to life as a result of our brave men and women who fell in defense of our nation as well the defense of […]

June 6, 2009, at 1:15 pm — Blogs / /

Collateral Damage: SAG Strike Looms Again

Richard Schiff wrote a blog over at the Huffington Post this weekend drawing a parallel between a strike in England at a FORD auto plant by women workers and the current SAG/Industry standoff. Although the parallels to that women’s auto strike of last century are interesting what Schiff forgets in his Huffington Post blog entry […]

June 4, 2009, at 1:22 am — Blogs

Congrats to the AVJ’s Jeremy and Bronson

Jeremy Olsen and Bronson Picket both have new arrivals in their respective families. Out here in California Jeremy and his wife welcome into the world their second daughter and back East in New York Bronson and his wife also have a new little one! Congratulations to you both!