Archive for December, 2008

My comment on Dean Baker’s story (original link found here) . Here’s what I had to say: Mr. Baker, I graduated last week from a prestigious college (a semester early) with a degree in one of their most difficult programs. I have worked 20+ hours per week for the last two years during school, and […]


1. If there were another religious leader who gave tons of time and money to the poor, helped people find direction in their lives, was a world wide phenomenon, and believed in the legal segregation (it’s time to start using that word) of the races, he wouldn’t have been invited. I have no problem with […]


From DD: John Stewart is not a great interviewer because he has a double standard: Hiding behind the excuse that it’s not his job to ask hard-hitting questions when it’s a guest he wants to coddle, lobbing them nothing but softball questions. But swinging away with satire, sarcasm and tough questions for guests he and […]


Hey all, I’m sure most of you who know me or read me had forgotten about this blog, but as mentioned in the last post, Poliology is getting back on track. First a brief explanation to why it went away: 1. Post-Election blues–Networks have even been fighting to find stories after the biggest Presidential election […]