Vol. X, No. 9, September 2004

Our Karma Just Ran Over Your Dogma

by Jonathan Wallace

At the demonstration, there were thousands of people who looked just like me. Lots of grey hair, and a sense that the American political process has so far hopped the track that its time to come out and make a noise.

Blogging, Democratic Convention, "Pamphleteers", and Reaction
by Seth Finkelstein

The press treats bloggers like children showing off a finger-painting.

Love and Marriage: Politics and Money
by Sy Schechtman

Money is still the motherís milk of politics.

Combating International Terrorism
by Thomas Stipe

The common wisdom is that it's better to fight them in Iraq than to fight them here, but terrorists don't see this as an either/or choice.

The Internet and Political Dis-Integration
by Peter Bearse and David King

Netizens tend to consume political information that is in line with what they already believe.

Take This Jeb, and Shove It
by Dom Stasi

If you think that the upcoming presidential election is beyond being rigged by the Republicans again, you are dead wrong.

Suffrage for Sale
by Sean Carter

I'm selling my vote. I wasn't going to use it anyway.

Mark Antony Rossi's Machine Therapy:
Virus in the System: Ethics and Electronics in the Election System

The simple technological solution, microchips not mini chads, has its own dangers.

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