Among the two-dozen question answers, here are my four with answers:
1) Not that there’s anything sinister with happening to agree with one party’s values more, but do you think that your National Affairs coverage is perhaps a little bit too partisan?
2) What is your favorite YouTube campaign stunt? What is your . . .
Tyler Bass: Anyway, yeah. I mean, most of the middle east thinks this is a war on Islam, and as long as they think that, this is basically a dead end. Because obviously the vast majority of Muslims are sensible, peace-loving folk.
Josh Wade: Okay… I can totally see where they have . . .
I sent the text below out to Taibbi@Rollingstone.com. I have read Matt for some time and found him occasionally extremely damn funny. The Stone’s political blog was demanding questions, so I thought I would shoot this in. Here’s hoping for response.
It’s been a while. Rolling Stone’s blog is demanding that readers send you . . .
The Omega CodeA flick I caught at Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Pleasure/Piety Palace in Santa Ana, California, a decadent estate in homage to a first century socialist/schizophrenic who asked followers to abandon all of their property in order to follow him. A truly annoying film that pumps the most insane evangelicals into insufferable and unquestioning Israel-licking, . . .
So I wrote to Noam Chomsky, fowarding him an 800 word essay I crafted for a contest for The Nation.
The essay “Withdrawal” was the product of a lot of collected conclusions about the Iraq War, my response to a prompt regarding the most important issue for young people in the 2008 United . . .
Shirley Phelps-Roper: Well, the lord Jesus Christ told us what it was going to look like when the last days came, when it was time for his return, through the clouds, in a flame of fire, with the shouts and the voice of the Archangel, and the trump of God to execute judgment on this . . .