A new crop of hip-hop activists -- and some old, familiar faces -- are taking their message to the kids. From malls to hair salons to hip-hop clubs to a national convention in Newark, NJ -- the electoral energy is mounting.
Viciously attacking his character, the Democrats and pundits of the Anybody But Dean Party are behaving as if they prefer a Bush re-election to a victory by the candidate who has captured the deep, broad energy of the Anybody But Bush Again movement.
This time of year, the fever pitch of movie hype does a disservice to both filmmaker and moviegoer, making it difficult to tell which films are fulfilling and which are fluff. Isn't it time to rethink the awards system?
We have to do better than just attack the Democratic party for Tuesday's debacle. There are some fundamental truths about this election that can't be ignored -- including, but not limited to Bush's pronounced popularity.