The background of this web site is not some weird hippie alteration of the flag of the United States but the flag of the Green Mountain Boys.
First formed in the 1760s, the Green Mountain Boys were a militia organization formed in Vermont. They took an active part in what we call the Revolutionary War and played a crucial role in the colonists’ victory in the battle of Ticonderoga. Today, the Vermont National Guard bears the name of the group.
In the 1970s, a friend of mine…Continue
Added by Mark Small on February 22, 2011 at 6:10am — No Comments
This will be the topic of our next debate, Saturday, February 19, between Chris Spangle and me. I will take the affirmative. The debate should be on the site in the afternoon. I am new to this tecnology thing. My Freshman year at DePauw, the school's computer (singlular) filled a room I recall as being about 20' by 20'. SO I am late to this process.
The debate should be spirited. The point of the debates is to discuss matters in civil fashion but with disagreement; without…Continue
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Added by Mark Small on February 17, 2011 at 6:58am — No Comments
We have before the Congress a budget proposed by President Obama that makes few people happy. There is general consensus that we should cut spending. There is no such consensus about raising taxes. The Republicans want to preserve tax cuts for the rich. Some in the Democratic Party are willing to preserve those tax cuts.
So, like people everywhere who try to balance their checkbooks, let us see what we could do to right these matters.
Added by Mark Small on February 16, 2011 at 6:33am — No Comments
Why this blog? Why this show?
"I’m mad as hell. And I’m not going to take it anymore!"
-Newsman Howard Beale, "Network," 1976
In Paddy Chayevsky’s 1976 movie "Network," news anchor Howard Beale breaks down on the air, calls for his viewer audience to get up, toss open a window, and yell, "I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore." join him in an expression of general anger with society, the world,…Continue
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