Volume 2 Episode 1 Posted


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One year ago today the One Man Revolution began.

To mark this auspicious occasion we have a new look, a celebration of music and rhetoric. (the old site is archived here)

Top Story:

Dick Cheney shoots hunting partner: Story, timeline, and ramifications. ( video simulation )

What news is being missed while the major networks swarm the story?

FEMA: Disater in action
Audit finds FEMA bilked of millions: Vast fraud, waste followed hurricanes, federal investigators testify. link
Halliburton:
Iraq: Halliburton bills U.S. taxpayers $50 for $5 labor in Iraq ( link )
Australia: Halliburton hires “slave labor” to dig ditches and perform other duties ( link )
Wire Taps
EFF backs bill to Unlock the NSA Wiretaps ( link )

Music Courtesy of the Podshow Music Network

( music.podshow.com )
Brain Buckit ? Set the boogie Loose
Junkstar – Do the Right Thing
Derek K. Miller – Meltdown Man (Rockabilly Instrumental)
Rubber Band Banjo ? Naked Under Leather

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The revolution continues?

Episode 48: Playing Catchup


Episode 48: Playing Catchup

News, Views, and a new feature “The Music of the Revolution”!

News:
Rove is still a on the hotseat (link), babies are so polluted (link), turn off a light or two please, and John Roberts (link) is just the first choice not the best choice.

Views:
Big thanks to Revolutionary Rabbit! Your letter touched me and I thnk you for taking the time! Check in from time to time, you are not alone.

Music of The Revolution:(Podsafe Music Network)
COMEG: :Loser & I'll be There

Episode 47: The difficult path

Reflections of The Revolutionary


Take the difficult path!

Introspection after watching:

“Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at Risk”
?Something is seriously wrong? on college campuses in the U.S., asserts education journalist John Merrow, who outlines problems in higher education as he visits the Universities of Arizona and Western Kentucky, Amherst (Mass.) College.

Followed by:

“Good Will Hunting”
Will Hunting, a janitor at MIT, has a gift for mathematics which is discovered, and a psychiatrist tries to help him with his gift and the rest of his life.

Dangerous combination, let me tell you.

Do the right thing, make today a better day. Use your spheres of influence to make today a better day. Change things NOW. Make the world better for yourself, and the rest will follow.

Plus an Iraq and Halliburton update!