Thursday, May 31, 2007

The Pixies - First TV Appearance

"This Monkey's Gone to Heaven" and "Tame" performed live on Night Music in 1989. This was their first ever appearance on American TV.

Blondie - "Eat to the Beat"

Blondie's fourth record "Eat to the Beat" was released in 1979, along with the first ever video album. It featured a music video for each song. Below are all 12 tracks, in sequence. Classic Blondie from start to finish.


"The Hardest Part"

"Union City Blue"


"Eat to the Beat"

"Accidents Never Happen"

"Die Young Stay Pretty"

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"Slow Motion"




"Living in the Real World"

Bonus track: A cover of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire", from the 1980 movie "Roadie".

A live version of this song was added to "Eat to the Beat" when it was reissued in 2001.

Edith Piaf - "La Vie en Rose"

Recorded live on April 3rd, 1954, for the French program La Joie de Vivre.

Leonard Cohen - "Who by Fire"

Performed live on Night Music in 1989, with the legendary Sonny Rollins on saxophone.

The Daily Show - Illegally Blonde

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Jon Stewart parses Monica Goodling's testimony and compares it to Alberto Gonzales.

Theo Jansen - Sculpting the Air

Artist Theo Jansen has developed these amazing wind-powered "beach animals" from commonly available materials like cardboard and plastic bottles. He plans to release herds of them to live on their own along the Dutch coastline. This is truly genius engineering.

Talking Heads - "Naive Melody"

The prettiest version of the prettiest song ever.

This is a live performance from Jonathan Demme's 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense.

Impeach Gonzales, Part II

Why is this jackoff still on the payroll? These are your tax dollars, people. Use them wisely.

One Rat Short

Sad but sweet animated film about the love story of two rats. Winner of Best of Show and People's Choice at Siggraph 2006.

Lack of Social Awareness Mega Man

Mega Man is on a mission to get Proto Man to watch Six Feet Under.

Journey - "Don't Stop Believing"

Performed live in Houston in the 1980s.

I know you're singing along at home. Don't try to deny it.

This is what you sound like.

Ladies Sing the Blues

Gladys Knight, Chaka Khan & Etta James perform the Dinah Washington classic "Ain't Nobody's Business", with B.B. King on lead guitar.

Here, the ladies are joined by Billy Ocean for "Take My Hand, Precious Lord".

Obama Calls for Universal Healthcare

In a speech in Iowa City the other day, Barack Obama promised that, if elected president, he will sign a universal healthcare bill into law by the end of his first term.

While his promises sound great, there just isn't a heck of a lot of substance in this particular clip. Maybe it's just too early in the campaign for detailed plans, but, boy, would I love to hear some. If Barack can lay out reasonable, feasible plans to attain any of the main democratic platforms this election, he can win this in a heartbeat.

Bill Maher Interviews Michael Moore

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Rx: Subpoenas

Hat Tip to commenter Katie for sharing this link!

Michael Franti - "Time to Go Home"

New Rules - Welcome Back, Carter

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Take note, Democrats.

The Ambiguously Gay Duo

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Ace (Stephen Colbert) and Gary (Steve Carell) teach kids about safety.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Women in Art

Portraits from 500 years of Western Art.

White Stripes - "Icky Thump"

Speaking of the White Stripes, the video for their new track has just been released.

Michel Gondry Videos

Michel Gondry just directed a new video. It's for the song "Dance Tonight" by Paul McCartney.

This video reminds me an awful lot of this other video he directed for the White Stripes called "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground"

Art Action Figures

Action figures modeled after masterpieces by some of the greatest artists in history.

This one is called "Expectation" and it's by Gustav Klimt. I've got a print of this lovely lady over my bed. How bad do I want this??

They've also got Degas, Rodin, Bosch & Dali. Much too cool...

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Slick Rick - "Behind Bars"

Animated music video for Slick Rick's 1993 single.

The Daily Show - Aliens vs. Senators

Joan Jett - "Bad Reputation"

Drunk America - Illegal Immigration

Ever wonder what drunk people think about illegal immigration?

Wings - "Band on the Run"

The "I Didn't Mean To..." Defense

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During today's testimony before Congress, Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA) asked Monica Goodling if she felt her actions in the Justice Department "crossed the line".

The Reichstag Fire

Short animated film about how Hitler used the fire at the Reichstag to take away civil liberties from the German people.
Are you taking notes??

UPDATE: Sorry, kids. Looks like this one has been taken down. If it pops up somewhere else, I'll repost it. And if you happen to find a new link, post it in the comments.

Countdown - Special Comment

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Keith Olberman takes on the Democrats for caving in to Bush on the Iraq timeline, and he goes after Bush for using the troops as pawns. He is on FIRE!

Olberman '08!

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Diana Krall - "Peel Me a Grape"

This is a live performance from her 1998 appearance on PBS's Sessions at West 54th Street.

Michael Nesmith - "Crusin'"

Yes, that's Michael Nesmith from The Monkees...

Crispin Glover - "What It Is ..."

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Clip of Crispin reading his poem "What It Is and How It Is Done". This is from Atomic TV, a cable access show out of Baltimore, MD.

Team Spider - "Bush Bush Bush"

This clip, from the Team Spider cable access show in Manhattan, features an interview with ZAK and a live performance from the Team Spider punk band in Tompkins Square Park in the East Village. Zak passed away this winter, so this is really special for us fans.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Countdown - Paying Pakistan

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Did you know that the Bush administration has been paying Pakistan more than $1 BILLION a year to catch Osama Bin Laden? That's over $5 BILLION (of your tax dollars!!) already, and still no Bin Laden... And to top it off, they don't even have to be accountable for where all the money has gone.

Do you feel as sick as I do?

The Village People - "Sex Over the Phone"

I double-dog dare you to find one thing about this video that is not hysterically funny.

Michael Jackson - "Billie Jean"

The classic 1983 video.

Ricky Gervais - Favorite Leaflet

Comedian Ricky Gervais discusses a peculiar pamphlet about safe sex.

Bill Moyers - Postal SOS

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With the new rate hike for stamps, the postal service has also adopted new subscription rate policies that benefit large corporations and threaten to bankrupt smaller, independent publications. Learn more about what you can do to change this.

The Godfather IV - Fredo's Revenge

There have been a lot of comparisons lately between James Comey's testimony and The Godfather. So, this was inevitable.

The Simpsons - 20 Years Ago

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The Simpsons just celebrated their 400th episode this weekend. This is a look back at them 20 years ago. Can you believe it's been 20 years?!?!

Tangled Up in Blue

The Bob Dylan classic interpreted by two masters.

First, Dylan himself, live on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour in 1975. This footage is from Dylan's film Renaldo and Clara.

Here's The Jerry Garcia Band's version, live at the Shoreline Ampitheater in Mountain View, CA on June 21, 1990.

Mike Gravel's Policy Ideas

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Presidential Candidate Mike Gravel talks foreign policy and fiscal responsibility on CNN.

Personally, I agree with his ideas about changing military priorities, investing in humanitarian efforts, legalizing marijuana and ending our dependence on oil. Even his plans for a fair tax sound interesting. Judge for yourself.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Sicko Preview

The first scenes from Michael Moore's new film have finally been released.

Impeach Gonzales

Robert Greenwald & Howard Dean have started a campaign to impeach Gonzales. Sign the petition.

The Simpsons Take on Fox

Prince - Keeping It Funky

Have you forgotten how much you love this song? Shame on you...
(I know you're going to be singing along by the end.)

Prince - Kiss
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As an added bonus, here's Prince playing guitar live on stage in 2006 with Maceo Parker, on the track "We Gonna Make It Funky".

Police Officer Steals Marijuana

And gets really, really, really, really high....

A Fair(y) Use Tale

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Copyright law explained and debated in this short film, made up of hundreds of clips from Disney cartoons.

TV Funhouse - Spring Cleaning '07

The presidential candidates come clean about their pasts with Oprah.

Late Night Christian Shows

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Australia's 2.30 Report takes a look at late night televangelists.

PoliticsTV - Best of the '08 Web Campaign

PoliticsTV has put together a great highlight reel of some of the presidential campaign videos that have come out so far. Really funny stuff.

Real Time - GOP Debate in 45 Seconds

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Sunday, May 20, 2007

Starry Starry Night

Chris has her modern art final tomorrow, so everyone wish her luck!

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Chaka Khan - The Every Woman

I was just going to post one of her videos tonight, but I couldn't resist. She's just so fucking AMAZING! Completely unique and special and gifted, her voice is a national treasure. And she is one funky bitch!! Oh yeah, and she gave women a seriously kickass anthem... How could I not do a tribute? You'll thank me, I promise.

"I'm Every Woman" (I know you sing this in the shower.)

"Sweet Thing", live in 1973 with Rufus.

"You Got the Love", live with Rufus on Soul Train in 1974.

"Once You Get Started", performed live with Rufus on Dutch TV, in 1975.

Medly with Rufus of "Dance With Me", "Ooh I Like Your Loving" and "Have a Good Time", from 1975.

Chaka Khan playing drums for Rufus on a television show called Mike's People to Watch, in 1976.

"Hollywood", performed with Rufus in 1977. This song was later recorded by Erykah Badu.

"We Can Work It Out" a live cover of The Beatles, with Tom Jones, plus a solo of "See You in the Morning".

"Papillon (Hot Butterfly)", a rare television performance from 1980.

"What Cha' Gonna Do For Me?", performed in 1981.

"Masterjam", with Rufus in 1983.

"Do You Love What You Feel?", with Rufus in 1983.

"Ain't Nobody", performed live in the early 1980s.

"I Feel For You", the 1984 music video.

"Tell Me Something Good", live duet with Stevie Wonder.

"Fever", live in Germany.

"My Funny Valentine", live in Germany.

"Sweet Thing", live at Cafe de' Paris in London, featuring Prince on lead guitar & background vocals.

Rolling Stones - "Gimme Shelter"

The Rolling Stones perform "Gimme Shelter" on Pop Go the Sixties in 1969. This is the Stones at their absolute best!

Ten Tiny Turtles

Sesame Street classic cartoon from the 1970s teaches kids about numbers and nutrition.

New Rules - Heaven Can Hate

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Friday, May 18, 2007

The Daily Show - Comey Don't Play That

Jon takes on Comey's dramatic testimony.

Dead Kennedys - "California Uber Alles"

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Extremely rare live footage from a show at Mabulay Gardens in San Francisco, 1981. His words here are nearly prophetic.

Bill Richardson's Energy Plan

Here he goes again, sounding all rational and educated and - frankly - qualified for the job. I hope his campaign gains more traction, if only to put greater pressure on the democratic front-runners in the presidential race. I haven't heard near enough from the top three (Obama, Clinton & Edwards) on what they actually plan to do once in office. And this country is starving for a leader with some real, feasible plans.

PS - Richardson has also recently legalized medical marijuana in New Mexico. "I don't see it as being a big issue," he said. "This is for medicinal purpose, for ... people that are suffering. My God, let's be reasonable," he said.

How is that the word "reasonable" coming out of a politician's mouth is like music to my ears?

Jon the Dog

Jon the Dog is Shoko Ueharaa, a 35 year old Japanese woman, who actually performs like this in public and has released 4 albums of material.

New York Dolls - "Jet Boy"

Performed live on the Old Grey Whistle Test in 1973.
This is just beyond super bad ass.

Lambert the Sheepish Lion

Cult classic Disney short film, Lambert the Sheepish Lion.
So much cuteness!!

Radiohead - "No Surprises"

Fujiya & Miyagi - "Ankle Injuries"

Stop motion animated music video, done entirely with dice.

News I'd Like to F@#k

The Daily Show - Right Wing-Off

Jon Stewart does a beautiful job of breaking down the second Republican debate.

Comey's Damning Testimony

Ooooooooooooooooo..........!!! The shit has hit the fan!

James B. Comey, former Deputy Attorney General, under former Attorney General John Ashcroft, testified before the Senate that some serious shadiness went down in regards to the NSA warrant-less wiretapping program. According to Comey, while Ashcroft was in the hospital suffering from severe pancreatitis back in 2004, Alberto Gonzales (then White House Counsel) and Andrew Card (then White House Chief of Staff) stormed into Ashcroft's hospital room and tried to pressure a very sick man to sign off on the wiretapping program. (Shady!!) To Ashcroft's credit, he refused, as did Comey, because the program was in clear violation of the law.

Well, it looks like the White House went ahead and continued the wiretapping program anyway, without any certification from the Department of Justice. But then, Ashcroft, Comey, their chiefs of staff, and Robert Muller, head of the FBI, all threatened to resign if the White House did not alter the program to comply with US law. To top it off, Gonzalez testified before Congress, a year ago, that there were no major concerns by anyone at the Department of Justice over this program - a flat out lie, under oath.

In an interview with Keith Olberman (linked below), Jonathan Turley, constitutional law professor at George Washington University, asserts that this is a clear impeachable offense. Under FISA, spying on citizens, without a warrant, is a felony. The President knowingly committed a crime.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

NEW Beastie Boys!!

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This video was just posted on their website yesterday. It is SO GOOD! Nice, chill, soulful, supergroovin', superfly jam. What a fuckin' treat!

The boys have just finished up their new album, called The Mix Up, due out on June 26. It's their first album of all new instrumental material. They will be launching a tour at the end of this month. Several of the shows are set to be instrumental-only events.

Also, if you are so inclined, The Beastie Boys have made a cappellas of their songs available for you to download, remix and play with. This is totally legal and encouraged, so go nuts! (I'm looking at you, Knuckles & Weetbix!)

Why Do You Think You Are Nuts?

Penny Pearce performing her song "The Shrink", on the Penny Magic Show on Santa Monica cable access television.

Fat, Cat, Sat, Hat

Now Hear This!

The 1962 Chuck Jones masterpiece.

Hitchens Slams Falwell

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Christopher Hitchens appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 to give his views on Jerry Falwell's life and work. Let's just say that Hitchens is opinionated...

And while I am personally not one to dance on any fresh graves, I will say that, to a certain extent, I have to agree with the following quote from Hitchens:
"The empty life of this ugly little charlatan proves only one thing: that you can get away with the most extraordinary offenses to morality and to truth in this country if you will just get yourself called Reverend.

Who would, even at your network, have invited on such a little toad to tell us that the attacks of September the 11th were the result of our sinfulness and were God's punishment if they hadn't got some kind of clerical qualification?

People like that should be out in the street, shouting and hollering with a cardboard sign and selling pencils from a cup."
In case you need a refresher on just why this criticism of Falwell is deserved, here are some of Falwell's own words:
"Throwing God out successfully with the help of the federal court system, throwing God out of the public square, out of the schools. The abortionists have got to bear some burden for this because God will not be mocked. And when we destroy 40 million little innocent babies, we make God mad. I really believe that the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays and the lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, People for the American Way -- all of them who have tried to secularize America -- I point the finger in their face and say, "You helped this [9/11] happen.""

"AIDS is the wrath of a just God against homosexuals. To oppose it would be like an Israelite jumping in the Red Sea to save one of Pharoah's chariotters."

"If you're not a born-again Christian, you're a failure as a human being."
Read more of Falwell's propaganda.

UPDATE: I think probably has the best send off for Jerry Falwell of them all.

Salvador Dali on "What's My Line?"

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Communist Manifesto as Told in Cartoons

This is something I haven't seen before... An "homage to the latent subversiveness in cartoons" edited to a reading of the Communist Manifesto.

Ron Paul - Not "Republican" Enough

The republicans held their second round of debates last night on Fox News. From what I've seen, it was about as disgusting as you'd imagine. Their questions focussed heavily on pandering to the radical base. So it comes as no surprise that Congressman Ron Paul - AKA the only reasonable and rational man on the stage - came under fire for agreeing with the vast majority of Americans, that the US should pull out of Iraq and adopt a diplomatic foreign policy. The only shocker for me was that they didn't chase him out of there with pitchforks and torches.

Here, he is asked if he is "running for the nomination of the wrong party".
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Here, Rudy Giuliani opens his fat ignorant trap and says some stupid shit that makes me want to punch him in his idiot face.
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Seriously, though, why is Ron Paul a republican? Doesn't he know they hate educated people?

R.E.M. - "Radio Free Europe"

Performed live on Late Night with David Letterman on October 6th, 1983. This was their very first television performance.

The Replacements - "Bastards of Young"

Yes, this is the real video.

Armi & Danni - "I Wanna Love You Tender"

This is the kind of music video that I imagine Borat would enjoy.

Countdown - D.C. Idol

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Keith Olberman is holding an American Idol-style competition, featuring some of Washington's most notable singing politicians.

David Bowie - "Love You Till Tuesday"

Despite David Bowie's outstandingly genius body of work, this cheesy little song is one of my favorites. I'm so pleased to learn that it actually has a video to go along with it!!

This is from a promotional film meant to be a hype piece about David Bowie. There's also an un-embeddable version of the video available without the titles.

Bush Doesn't Know

It's kinda like watching the last six years encapsulated all into one solid minute.

Little Miss Jackass

The star of "Little Miss Sunshine" teamed up with the crew from "Jackass".

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger

Mormon polygamy, the Boston Pops fist fight, ASADA, and smoking in movies.

The Daily Show - Speak No Evil

Silencing the Troops

The US Department of Defense has announced that soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan are now banned from using websites like YouTube and MySpace. Officials site "bandwidth" issues, despite having recently touted these sites as a means to reach out to a younger audience and highlight all good the soldiers have accomplished. With this decree, the DoD has also ignored the fact that most soldiers use the sites in question to communicate with loved ones back home.

How does this "support the troops"?

Charles Bukowski - "Born Into This"

Sesame Street - Do the Right Thing

An Inconvenient Truth

The entire movie is available. If you haven't seen it, you absolutely need to watch it right now.

Family Guy - Appealing to the Undecided

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When all else fails...

Monday, May 14, 2007

Underworld - "Jumbo"

Recorded live in 1999, for the "Everything, Everything" concert video and CD.

After four LOOOOOOOOONG years, Underworld is coming back to perform live in NYC!!! Tour info has been released. They are playing at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park on September 14th. Show starts at 4:30pm. Tix are $45, standing room only. Rain or shine.

I don't care if we have to stand outside the venue, bitches - WE ARE GOING!!!

Wonder Woman's Guide to Office Safety

Bruce Campbell - "Hungry Like the Wolf"

This is an ad for Old Spice. But after this weekend's tribute, I had to share.

American Theocracy - Regent University

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Bill Moyers has an excellent report about televangelist Pat Robertson's Regent University and how it's law school graduates have infiltrated our government and begun to alter our country's legislation. Under the Bush Administration, the line between church and state fades more and more every day.

The Cost of the War

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Since we're parsing all things scandalous, why not take a look at what maybe the most scandalous of all the scandals: The Cost of the War.

Bill Moyers has a heart-breaking piece about the human cost of the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Meanwhile, takes a look at the financial cost with their slideshow, that details just a few of the things that this year's projected $456 BILLION could have purchased. You know, like ending world hunger, or providing free college tuition for the next 44 million years...

Your Guide to GOP Scandals

Having trouble keeping track of all the big GOP scandals in the Bush Administration? It is an awful lot, what with the wire-tapping, the torture, the bribery, the press manipulation, the war profiteering, the election fraud, the pedophiles, the gay hookers...

Well, Slate has put together a handy-dandy interactive map to help you keep it all straight. And, remember, this is just scratching the surface.
(Why haven't we stormed the capital yet???)

TV Funhouse - Big Boobed Einstein

SNL - Fringe Candidates Debate

McFadden & Whitehead - "Ain't No Stoppin"

Performed live in 1979.

New Rules - Bully Club

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Rat Chicken

Good news, kids! Rat Chicken is back!

Several years ago, there was this awesome website, with the most insane cartoons, called Bulls Eye Art. Well, one day all of the content disappeared. It went through several incarnations, but all of its popular cartoons were no longer available. Sure, you could find the odd thing here and there hidden in the corners of the intar-webs, but it wasn't the same...

I am happy to say that the dark days are over. Bulls Eye Art has been relaunched as Magic Butter. And, as if that wasn't enough, there's a NEW episode of Rat Chicken!! All four episodes are linked below.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Duran Duran - Here, Piggy Piggy...

One day, many many years ago, I was walking back from dinner at the university cafeteria with a bunch of kids from my dormitory. It was a lazy summer evening in Manhattan and we were all shuffling about, muttering about this and that. Then this one cutie in the group started to sing a few bars from the Duran Duran song "Rio". I looked over and knew right then and there that this boy was going to be my friend forever. We spent the next few hours singing and gushing and babbling like kids, over this stupid band from the 80s that we loved so dearly.

Well, today is my Piggypoo's birthday. And to celebrate, I am posting an extended tribute to one of the most awful and fantastic music groups of all-time, Duran Duran! Below are 14 of their greatest hits - one for every year that I've known him.

Happy birthday, Babydoll!


"Save a Prayer"

"Hungry Like the Wolf"

"The Reflex"

"Girls on Film", Uncensored

"The Chauffeur", Uncensored

"Planet Earth", Night Version

"Lonely in Your Nightmare"

"Union of the Snake"

"A View to a Kill", James Bond Theme



"Come Undone"

"Perfect Day", Velvet Underground cover

M.I.A. - "Sunshowers"

The "Sicko" Investigation

Here's a local ABC report on the 9/11 workers' response to the Bush Administration's investigation of Michael Moore.

Moore's new film "Sicko", to be released next week at Cannes, takes a look at the healthcare system in America. Apparently, in one segment of the film, Moore took ailing 9/11 workers to Cuba for medical treatment. The Treasury Department alleges that this is a violation of the trade embargo and has launched a civil investigation. The film's production company says it is prepared to fight. No trailers for the film have been released. "Sicko" is slated to hit theaters on June 29th. (I CANNOT WAIT!)

Mountaintop Removal

In recent years, coal companies have begun a new process of mining that involves blowing the tops off of mountains. More than 450 mountains in the US have already been destroyed. The environmental damage is incalculable. Already, Kentucky has suffered the worst environmental disaster east of the Mississippi. And no one is talking about it, or doing anything to stop it.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Stephen Colbert & Jane Fonda

I know a few of you missed this one. I don't think we've ever seen him so flustered.

Daily Show - Reza Aslan

Informative interview on democracy in Iran and the fate of the Taliban in Iraq.

David Lee Roth & The Boston Pops - "Jump"

Performed live at the 2004 Fourth of July concert, complete with high kicks, dancing grannies, obnoxious patriotism and mic-stand twirling. It's so mock-able I just don't even know where to begin...

But I will give you this - a fist fight broke out the other night at Symphony Hall, during the season opener of the Boston Pops. Teee-hee-hee!

Another Bad Day for Alberto Gonzales

It's so nice having checks and balances again! This is the kind of stuff that makes me giddy.

Congressman Robert Wexler (D-FL) grilled Gonzales on exactly who put David Inglesias on the list of US Attorneys to be fired. Watch Gonzo squirm and sputter his way through this one. He's protecting somebody!

This is a thing of beauty... Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) just rips the Head of the US Justice Department to shreds and makes him look like an ignorant little worm. I fucking love her!

PS - the "redacted documents" refers to a significant portion of the documents that were released by the government. Apparently, someone took a big ole' sharpie to them and blanked out almost all of the information.

Bill Richardson's Job Interview

New campaign ad for Democratic candidate Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico. I give him credit for having a good sense of humor. And, not for nothing, but out of all the candidates in both parties, he really is, like, the most qualified guy for the job...

Iraq for Sale

The entire documentary film is available online. Do not miss it!!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

New Order - "Blue Monday"

Mitt Romney's French Connection

Rachel Maddow on how GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney is trying to run for office on the concept of hating France.

Did you know that Mitt Romney killed a guy in France?!?!

Countdown - Bush's Intervention

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Keith Olberman discusses yesterday's GOP sitdown. Apparently, 11 GOP congressmen took Dubbya aside to tell him that it's over, he's lost all credibility on Iraq and it's time to get serious about ending this war.

Can I just say...? HOT FUCKIN' DAMN!

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Henry Rollins - "How I Protest the War"

Powerful humanitarian message from Henry Rollins during a show called "Uncut From Israel".

"Protect America, Not George Bush"

A message from Major General John Batiste to George Bush, about the war in Iraq.

UPDATE: Gen. Batiste was fired from his job as consultant by CBS, because of the VoteVets ad. Here he is talking to Keith Olberman about it on Countdown.

Parliament Funkadelic - "Cosmic Slop"

Unbelievably, insanely, outrageously brilliant!!
You must watch this NOW!

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Flowers of Darkness

1970s documentary, produced by the National Institute of Mental Health, on the history of the poppy plant and the narcotic drug trade.

The Cure - "Grinding Halt"

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Rare live performance at The Underground in Boston in 1980.

Still Life

Still Life from JoshFlowers

A short film about tombstones and remembrance.

Def Poetry - KRS One & Doug E. Fresh

The Word - The Intolerant

The Daily Show on the Republican Debate

Countdown - Electile Dysfunction

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Keith Olberman and Rachel Maddow discuss how Republicans used the Department of Justice to infringe upon the voting rights of minorities and corrupt the most basic functions of our democracy. This US Attorney scandal is far from over...