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| Memory-Gate, THE MUSICAL! w/Poll and lyrics
Is it just me, or are the hearings of Doan and Sampson just begging to be expressed through musical comedy? Something themed on the curious lack of memory available to today's GOP. Costume ...
|Women of Peace and Courage (and a challenge to Sen. Clinton)
The real damage is done by those millions who want to 'survive.' The honest men who just want to be left in peace. Those who don’t want their little lives disturbed by anything ...
|A St. Pat's Toast: The Rebel Countess||aphra behn||03/17/2007||29||51||3||167|
|ACTION ITEM (GA): Help your friendly neighborhood professor
Did you know I am dangerous? Well, I am. I am so dangerous that the Georgia Legislature must reign me in from my regularly appointed rounds of evil. ...
| PTSD and the Myth of WW II: Playing Politics with History
Another myth of good wars versus bad wars is that only the combat veterans from Vietnam suffered lasting adjustment problems; the 1945 vet came home to enjoy prosperity, satisfied with a ...
|Wings, Women, and War: Book of the Day||aphra behn||03/08/2007||16||22||-||26|
|Black History: Thomas Peters, Founder of Nations (Pt 2)
Thomas Peters: slave, millwright, soldier...and politician. His voyage from slavery to freedom began in Part One, when he ...
|Black History at dKos:Thomas Peters, Soldier of Freedom (pt. 1)
The man was ...
|News from the North: Anne of Green Gables Edition (Canadiana Rescue 2/11-2/17)
Greetings from the home of Anne of Green Gables, *Cavendish, Prince Edward Island!* We're shaking things up here at News of the North, moving our community feature to the front and then following ...
|What Color is Your Valentine? Black History at dKos
St. Valentine (depending on whom you ask) was a priest. No, he was a bishop. No he was an African martyr.... An African martyr? Ahhh, listen to the wingnut heads explode as we consider the ...
|News from the North: Canadiana Rescue 02/04-02/11
Welcome back! This week we're coming to you from Canada's Energy City, *Estevan, Saskatchewan!* As usual, there are Daily Kos Canada diaries, a roundup of posts from the Canadian blogosphere, and ...
|Bread and Media Circuses: Jennifer, Anna, and History
Yesterday, two American women died suddenly.� One you've heard about to the extreme. Apparently, we cared about her ...
|Black History at dKos: Phillis Wheatley, Founding Mother
Where was she born? What did her parents call her? What were their hopes and dreams for her? We cannot answer any of these questions about the young woman we know as Phillis Wheatley, because she ...
|News from the North: Canadiana Diary Rescue 12/29-02/04
Greetings from beautiful *McAdam, New Brunswick*, where we're hosting this week's edition of News from the North. This week, we have more on Abu Gonzales, Patrick Leahy and the continuing coverup of *
|(Humor)The Wages of Satan are...Pre-Approved! Now at 13.5%
Brothers and Sisters. Our great nation has lost its way. It is hard to know where to put our efforts, as we bring our country's laws into total harmony with the Bible. Restaurants still insist on ...
|What is universal healthcare really like? Personal stories
I thought I was dying. It felt surreal. I was at the mall, for god's sake. Who dies at the mall ? There was the big "Atlantic Superstore!" sign shining brightly, there were the people ...
|News From the North: Canadiana Diary Rescue, 1/21-1/28
Greetings from beautiful downtown *Banff*! This week's roundup of Canada- related Daily Kos diaries also features a profile of Canada's resort city on the Rockies. But first...lots of *Maher Arar*-...
|Breaking! Wonder Woman Runs for President (Ubergeeky Meta Snark)
By LOIS LANE with Peter Parker. (DC Press International.) Senator Diana Prince of Themiscyra, more popularly known as "Wonder Woman," announced her candidacy today, provoking both interest and ...
|News from the North: Canadiana Diary Roundup 12/13-12/20
Welcome back to News from the North! This week we have a roundup of diaries with everything from *hitchhiking skunks* to *plots against Canada's oil sands*, not to mention healthy dollops of *right-...
|America Needs You, Gillo Pontecorvo
We knew damn well if he went to Canada, he wouldn't be tortured. He'd be held and he'd be investigated. We also knew damn well if he went to Syria, he'd be tortured. And it's beneath ...
|News from the North: Canadiana Diary Roundup 1/01-1/13
News from the North is back! As always, we have a great selection of diaries: Canadian sextuplets! Canadian spy coins! George Bush's latest plummet in world popularity! We're broadcasting this week ...
|News from the North: Canadiana Roundup, 2006 Year End Edition
It's party time! This week, we have the best of the past week, including everything from thoughtful Canadian analysis on US politics in ...
|News from the North:Canadiana Diaries, 12/16/06-12/23/06
It's that time of year again...long nights, bright lights, and lots of snarkilicious snowy diary goodness. Pour yourself something warm and get ready for some tasty diaries. This week's offerings ...
|News from the North:Canadiana Diaries 12/09/06-12/16/06
Good news, bad news--it's ALL Canadian news here in your weekly Canadiana diary roundup! We're fresh from the cooler climes of Daily Kos with environmental reports, the latest highjinks from ...
|Canines and Land Mines: A Different Kind of Christmas Puppy
This holiday season, many families will consider ...
|News from the North: Canadiana Diary Roundup 12/09/06
Brrrr! A cold wind blows south as we explore this week's crop of Canadian-related diaries at Daily Kos! It was truly "the week that was," as Canada's Liberal Party elected a new leader (and perhaps ...
|Afghanistan: One Soldier's Story
Last night I went to a public talk by Matt, an American soldier on leave from serving in Afghanistan with the United States Army. He’s also a former student of mine, whom I know to be an ...
|News from the North: DKos Canadiana Roundup 01/12/06
News from the North is a semi-weekly roundup of DKos diaries relating to Canadian news and topics. This week, check out the upcoming ...
|Supervixens 24: Sing out Sisters! (Or, an Evening with Hildegard von Bingen)
Holy medieval women, Batman! Wanna spend an evening with some politicians-cum-physicians-cum-spiritual authorities? How about I throw in some really cool artists? Visionaries? (Pssst. I know they'...
|History for Kossacks: Slavery Comes to America (Special Guest Edition)
Greetings Cave Dwellers! Welcome back to another guest edition of History for Kossacks, and our series on the history and roots of American slavery. ...
|History for Kossacks: Of Slaves and Serfs (Special Guest Edition)||aphra behn||11/12/2006||42||64||13||282|
|Remembering Canada: The First World War||aphra behn||11/11/2006||37||36||2||28|
|Because This is What's At Stake||aphra behn||11/07/2006||20||15||-||15|
|Supervixens #18: Wild Women of Wicked Wit (Or, an Evening with the Real Aphra Behn)||aphra behn||10/19/2006||89||38||6||103|
|Founding Mothers: Phillis Wheatley, Poetic Voice||aphra behn||10/08/2006||32||28||5||180|
|In 1944, American Heroines Resisted Torture; In 2006, Resist the Torture Bill! UPDATED||aphra behn||09/28/2006||32||41||8||342|
|Of Poetry and PTSD: Musings on World War I||aphra behn||09/24/2006||46||56||8||262|
|History for Kossacks: American Women's History 1820-1860 (Special Guest Edition)||aphra behn||09/17/2006||70||42||6||25|
|Founding Mothers: Abigail Adams, Partner in Patriotism||aphra behn||09/10/2006||29||31||4||245|
|CAN HIST 101, Part 3: Battle for North America (Canadian History for Americans)||aphra behn||09/09/2006||31||39||17||144|
|Founding Mothers: Anne Hutchinson, Puritan Rebel||aphra behn||09/03/2006||57||35||7||195|
|CAN HIST 101: Age of New France (Canadian History for Americans, Part 2)||aphra behn||09/01/2006||52||28||8||140|
|Founding Mothers: Matoaka, The Real Pocahontas||aphra behn||08/27/2006||45||24||-||43|
|CAN HIST 101:Era of Encounter (Canadian History for Americans Part 1)||aphra behn||08/25/2006||66||29||1||81|
|Founding Mothers: Deborah Sampson, Fightin' Schoolmarm||aphra behn||08/20/2006||30||9||-||178|
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