Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Newfane C.A.R.E.S.
Thanks to Brian Hellner, Peter Soemann and Laurie Fry for appearing on Dialog on Wednesday.

Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Buffalo News
Here's the article I was talking about yesterday ... in which the Town of Niagara reduced the Prime Outlet Mall's assessment in return for a $1.6 million donation to build that cool new park they have. Attn: D.A. Murphy, this should be looked into.
MSNBC
White House goes after former aide. Richard Clarke did the unthinkable ... he criticized the George Bush White House.
Slate
The Supreme Court is Suspicious. Here's an article that should be especially interesting to my conspiracy theory friends.

Saturday, March 20, 2004

WashingtonPost.com
Comedy Makes A Splash - Fox's 'Wonderfalls' Is A Welcome Entry Into Surreality Television. This was on Friday night on Fox. It takes place in Niagara Falls ... although the Niagara Falls that it takes place in, appears to be a "cool" place ... unlike the dark, drab, uneventful Niagara Falls that WE have. Watch this show. It's pretty neat ... but quirky ... and will probably be cancelled in a few more weeks (just a guess).
MSNBC
What happened to the anti-war movement?
Iraq on the Record (on house.gov)
Representative Henry Waxman has compiled a list of statements by the Bush and Co. and made them readily available and searchable. Have fun. Knock yourself out. :)
Dallas Fort Worth Telegram
Medicare "win" causing great grief for Bush and Co. It says a lot when the Bush can't tell the difference between something good for the country and something bad for it ... and he seems to do that a lot, doesn't he?

Friday, March 12, 2004

Thursday, March 11, 2004

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Democratic Underground
Decisive or Divisive? - What is George W. Bush, anyway?
CNN.com
Kerry blasts "crooked Republicans." Ya know, he keeps talking like this, I might just eventually LIKE this Kerry guy.
Dialog Poll
The new question – Should the Newfane School Board drop its charges against US&J reporter Mark Lindsay?
Slate
Bush misleads public on Kerry's record ... Hmm ... has Bush ever mislead us before?

Friday, March 05, 2004

Slate
Bush's new ads are high on fluff ... low on substance. While I may not have a problem with the use of Sept. 11 in the one ad, I don't think they really tell us much either. Political ads are a fact of life, folks. We're going to get sick of them QUICKLY.