It couldn't happen to a better guy. Pittsburgh's own Marty Levine, late of the City Paper among many other media street credentials, will be live blogging the election from the Pittsburgh perspective for none other than Time. Clearly, Pittsburgh is worth paying attention to throughout the election. There's certainly all the Presidential brouhaha. There's also […]
I chatted briefly with folks from Steel City Stonewall about the pub crawl. They were hot in the middle of phonebanking, but took a moment to chat with me. Apparently, it went well and Dan Onorato went to all of the bars where he did receive a cool reception from some of the owners who […]
Courtesy of the Steel City chapter of the Stonewall Democrats.
I caught this on a blog referrer. I read this cartoon (I know you read it, too) and the Sarah Palin costume went right over my head. What do you think?
Monday's Post-Gazette will show up on your doorstep swathed in “Vote for Freedom … Defeat Obama” ad on the little bag in which the paper is delivered. I confirmed this over the telephone with the Post-Gazette's customer service department this morning. That's pretty shameless. I understand the line between editorial content (they endorsed Obama) and advertising […]
Lots of good information here. I still haven't had any feedback from local Dems on the PG linkages of Rob McCord with Wall Street. Also, while Jason Altmire does support ENDA, he was willing to vote for the non-inclusive version. Of course, it is a no brainer that he is better than Melissa Hart, but […]
As I've written, I have election fatigue. Tony Norman persuaded me that Obama “has this” so I'm sort of lacking in the last minute urgency department, probably b/c I have urgent stuff happening on a personal level and there's only so much urgency to go aroud. Intellectually, I have some sense of guilt when I […]
Today is my mum's 66th birthday or, as we like to say, her 1year anniversary of being eligible for ACCESS. She's an ACCESS goddess now.