It looks like there has been a brief mention by Canada’s National Post of the march for Capitalism.
Archive for November, 2001
Mystikal has a new Anti-Taliban song out. What disturbs me is the fact that countless rappers have put out or are working on “F—- Bin Laden” type songs that do not get any coverage and when some amateur elitist comes out with what is probably a crappy rap album it gets an AP story the next day. (If Cornell West’s album was decent, wouldn’t it have gotten a decent interview on The Source or something?)
Stores have started selling De La’s new album Bionix even though it was not supposed to be released untill 11/4.
Republicans in the House are making sure they get their money. I wonder if there are any campaign contributions involved? Maybe I am just being a little bit too cynical.
FoxNews.com is reporting Bush is going to help foreigners become citizins who help the U.S. catch terrorists. This is one of the few things that Ashcroft is doing that is not just awful.
One defense given for military tribunals is that they will be used to try those that surrender to U.S. forces, but that does not explain the reason for having any tribunals in the United States which I believe is a possibility under the Executive Order.
I would like to make this point very clear: Lyndon LaRouche is not and never has been a member of the Libertarian Party. This is a common misconception. I know the Libertarian Party seems pretty weird but we are not that weird.
UPDATE: I miss interpreted the e-mail. Lots of people think Lyndon LaRouche has been a candidate for President for the Libertarian Party multiple times. We have been stuck with his crazy ideas having made the Party seem even more extreme. I think people have forgotten about him and now will just remember Harry Browne relentlessly attacked American foreign policy. If the LNC (Libertarian National Committee) thinks of running him for President in ’04, I will definitely vote for someone else..
So the Supreme Court is discussing porn. What else is new?
“For example, there are usually a lot of cars on the road. Now it takes a lot longer to get around, and given that I haven’t driven for eight years, I’m not sure it’s wise (to drive),” said Gore, who was driven in a limousine while he was vice president. LATimes.com