Monthly Archives: August 2010
Polly roamed Peavey Plaza, Thursday, August 26, 2010, asking people about their views on Iran. Should we invade? Do they represent a risk to the US? Link: Interviewing as only Polly can do. Take a look.
Dear Friends, Family, and Fellow Activists, As you know, the telecommunications industry giants are threatening net neutrality. If their proposals are made into law, there will be a two-tier internet: an information superhighway for big biz, back roads to bump along on for We the People. Such an arrangement will severely curtail the ability of […]
Polly Says: What else could you call them – these letters designed not to communicate but rather to obfuscate? Designed not only to obfuscate but also to. inculcate a feeling of good-will in the recipient without imparting any real information or revealing the letter writer’s feelings. Politicians must have filing cabinets filled with samples of […]
I am a gang member. In my neighborhood it seems everyone is. I can’t remember when I wasn’t in a gang. I’m not bragging or anything; that’s just the way it is in my neighborhood. My gang controls a certain territory. I don’t know how it came to be our territory; I think we sort […]
by Polly Mann Many of us of the “older generation” of undefined ages are addicted to the printed page. For current news give us the newspaper – that Is the newspaper as it once was. Not the metropolitan daily publication of today which has changed its focus from nation to state with national or international […]