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The Rebel: Freedom fighter, or self-destructive nutjob? Depends on what they're rebelling against.

One of the more remarkable pairings of movies is that of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest vs. Girl, Interrupted: remarkable in that they have essentially the same settings and set-ups, and yet arrived at diametrically opposed conclusions. 2,701 more words

John Boehner, Sit Down & Will The Real Conservatives Please Stand Up

Speaker of the House John Boehner speaks a big game, but never delivers. Boehner, along with most establishment members of the GOP boast how they will force votes on hard issues needed to fix our broken America. 473 more words

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Is there really no anti-Establishment Right?

Kevin Drum and Ed Kilgore share a laugh over the idea of a populist, anti-Establishment Right that actually believes in what the Tea Party supposedly once stood for. 512 more words

The Emperor's New Clothes

After ranting about why I refuse to be an ‘Artist’ I think I need to redress the balance and state exactly why I am still creating art if I have such distain for the industry. 243 more words

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Exercise: Chance Housing Association

This exercise is about brand management, producing logos, letterheads for the company.

I have to look at different logos and how they worked out, what color they used, and particularly look at housing company logos, see what messages they establish. 450 more words

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Sen. Warren, Politics Inside Out

As is so often the case today, bad news is good news. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) had a terrible loss when an important provision of the Dodd-Frank financial reform was weakened over her very vocal objections, slipped into the critical budget deal when no one was supposed to be looking. 780 more words

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