Category: Politics

  • Trump Fixin’ Nixon

    We’re live in interesting times. It’s something that I’ve been looking at and wondering about without a lot of hope, so I’m writing this down. I’m not sure it completely makes sense, but it’s a start. We have a problem. It started with Nixon. We might be able to solve it with Trump. Hear me […]

  • Why not me?

    I’m 42, soon to be 43, and I’m HIV-. I’m a gay male in the United State who grew up with the warning that if I had gay sex I would get AIDS and die. It hasn’t happened to me. But why not? Luck. That’s all it can be. I’m not particularly promiscuous, nor am […]

  • Not For Denise

    I’m kinda amazed that it’s happened, but Denise Juneau has decided not to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Baucus. Maybe it’s time for you?

  • Just fucking stop!

    Oh, my head. I’ve read this posting twice, and looked into it enough that I had to reread it another three times, thus reaching a fifth, but one that lacked liquor. Fuck. Me. Sideways. There is so much that’s wrong with the current level of disturbing language/signage/garbage surrounding our politics that I’m beyond flabbergasted. I’m […]

  • The shot speech heard round the world

    There are so many things to point out about what went right for the McCain camp today with their announcement of Sarah Palin for Veep. Perhaps the most right was her speech. Not because she said so much that it’s clear that she’s the real deal, but because she, in her first stump before national […]

  • Montana goes first, Schweitzer is skewered

    Jon Stewart has skewered the Governors’ Sex Scandals as they’ve happened all along, but he’s not one to sit back and just wait for the jokes to write themselves. Even now, when they actually do write themselves. And the result? This: Oh, how I laugh. I wonder what my mom will say.

  • Rights and Restrictions

    This week the Supremes are coming out of a 69-year long hibernation and taking up the issue of Gun Control. Dahlia Lithwick’s coverage over at Slate has been both about the court and about the dubious activities from the Bush administration. I don’t get a good feel for where she stands on the issues, but […]

  • Politic-tick-boom Montana

    Yep, just when it seemed that we could finally have a news report that wouldn’t include the phrase “latest poll results” we hear that the twits who thought that Ron Paul was a good idea have, now that McCain has the nomination, lost their shit. And no, it’s not funny. These people are off kilter […]

  • The pot calling the kettle crazy

    So, I was reading the latest gem over at JMG, which is about this insanity, and figured that I had to point this bit out: …whines about imaginary victims, rages against imaginary villains and seeks above all else to run the lives of persons competent to run their own lives… Fundamentalists, be they Christian, Muslim […]

  • Nicely done, Hillary

    So, Hillary responds to the announcement that clippy Ralph Nader will fuck up your homework run for President again. Could someone just take him out to the woodshed and clear up his thinking? Anyway, the press, being the fantastic people that they are, told the candidates what had happened to get their reactions. And while […]

  • Leaks of Other News

    Wow, talk about an Activist Judge. I don’t know all the details, but I got the basics. And now, I have them to share with you. was set up to expose the wrongs of the world that fools have documented. This would be the Web2.0 version of the parking garage where Post reporters Bob […]

  • Winnings And Losers

    Ok, so the Montana Democrats had a contest. I, along with another creative gentleman, won. We each got $50.00, which is a nice round of drinks that I fully intend to have tonight. And while bragging about winning is always fun, there’s more to this story than meets the eye. You see, not only does […]

  • You don’t say.

    The oral arguments are over so the Supreme Court is currently deciding the fate of the Bong Hits 4 Jesus case. Regardless of the outcome, we are left with the comforting fact that, once again, the system has proven itself too willing to step into a case. Or, as is my current thinking on public […]

  • And now the fun begins!

    Does anyone else think that The Washington Madam’s case is going to ruin more than a few of the careers of inner-beltway boys? Pretty much a no-brainer. But think about it for a moment – with a list that numbers around 15,000 clients, is it too much to think that just a few, like say […]

  • Post Gender Presentations

    There has been a lot written lately about gender as it pertains to professional conferences on web technologies. First off was Jason Kottke presenting the question. Then I caught Eric Meyer, the Patron Saint of CSS, who responded with a resounding “meh” followed by John Gruber’s gender-fireball post, and a comment of clarification by Zeldman […]