A new list, and some good news

Hey there – Nic writing! I realize that I seem to inundate my friends,
pretty much the same group of friends, with more or less politically
related messages from time to time.

Rather than continue to wade through my address book every time I send
one of these missives, I have taken it upon myself to create a mailing
list for the purpose. Hence this list, rant_at_postilion.org.

If you are receiving this message it means that you can blame me for
putting you on the list. You can remove yourself at any time by
following the instruction at the bottom of every message from the list
– as I fully expect half of you to by this time tomorrow (don’t worry I
won’t take it personally). If you have foolish friends who wish to be
added to the list, forward one of these messages to them, and they can
subscribe.

All replies to the list will go to me (which I guess I deserve).

So, now that that is out of the way, here are some interesting stories
you may have missed:

My friend Andy alerted me to these stories:

Kerry and the Electoral College…. looks pretty good at this point 🙂
http://bigpicture.typepad.com/comments/2004/03/projected_elect.html

Ivins: In Search of Adults
http://alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=18037

Oh yes, and David Riemer, running to replace the republican troglodyte
currently running Milwaukee County, is having an art auction/fund
raiser Monday, March 8, at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design:
Frederick Layton Gallery
278 East Erie Street
5:30 – 7:30 p.m. (auction 6:30)

Many fine artists and galleries have contributed works to this event.
Any contribution will be gleefully accepted. We will be there, we hope
that many of you can make it as well. Regime change begins at home,
and this year that means City and County as well as National.

Best regards,
-nic

Oh, and for those of you who haven’t read my Journal from Iowa (Dean
Campaign – Iowa Caucuses), or haven’t looked at it since it was
happening, I have fully edited and updated it with photos. You can
find it here:
http://politics.postilion.org/deanjournal.html

along with all of my other political rants at:
http://politics.postilion.org/

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