Mon 05 Nov
Depending on how tomorrow goes, Nate Silver’s Fivethirtyeight could have a very big day tomorrow.
Wed 03 Nov
Here are a few of my favorite electoral maps from around the Web.
Devastated, furious and overcome with melancholy.
Tue 02 Nov
At least for right now, I’m going to enjoy this little bit of optimism.
Thu 14 Oct
There’s my opinion, and then there’s everyone else’s opinion.
It’s hard to watch television tonight, but I can’t look away.
Wed 29 Sep
I’m skeptical about John Kerry’s reputation for finishing strong.
Fri 10 Sep
On my out of the city and hopefully to stop thinking about this election for a bit.
Thu 09 Sep
Two reactions after watching questions about Bush’s military record resurface on 60 Minutes II.
Tue 07 Sep
Kerry-Edwards still has a chance — if they’re willing to hit back and hard.
Wed 01 Sep
Two things beyond my control have me in a foul mood.
Tue 10 Aug
Did I really hear what I heard come out of Porter Goss’s mouth?
Thu 29 Jul
A short post that’s just an excuse for the corny title.
Tue 27 Jul
Thoughts on the speeches Bill Clinton and Al Gore gave at the Democratic National Convention last night.
Wed 07 Jul
Good vibrations on the campaign trail.
Sun 27 Jun
Demonstrations of American might before simple entertainments.
Wed 09 Jun
Good things happen when design meets politics, right? Right?
Wed 26 May
One hundred dollars to put a little money where my mouth is today.
Wed 12 May
Senator James Inhofe is a ass.
Thu 06 May
Some thoughts on Airbag.ca’s thoughts on improving the Presidential Daily Briefings.
Tue 13 Apr
My favorite line from tonight’s Presidential news conference.
Thu 18 Mar
Who remembers what the Bush administration said?
Tue 09 Mar
Putting information design in service of revealing the Bush administration’s gross inaccuracies.
Tue 24 Feb
USA Patriot Act is wrong and also personally embarrassing.
Wed 28 Jan
Read Hendrink Hertzberg’s piece in this week’s New Yorker before it’s gone.
Jack shit, that’s what I know about politics.
Fri 16 Jan
The race tightens in Iowa, and the Democratic primaries are finally showing signs of life.
Mon 01 Dec
Nine designers for nine candidates for the Democratic nomination.
Tue 07 Oct
What’s good about the recall election in California?
Fri 26 Sep
Even more thoughts on yesterday’s debate. You know you want it.
On Kerry and Gephardt attacking Dean, and on Clark not really being there.
Sat 20 Sep
Email to a friend about the Democrats.
Thu 18 Sep
General Wes Clark is in the race. Now to run.
HBO’s “K Street” doesn’t mess with reality enough.
Fri 12 Sep
No one heard what Roger Clemens had to say after last night’s Yankees game.
Thu 11 Sep
This morning, many people went to work without compunction or fear.
Wed 10 Sep
Strange circumstances at the second Democratic Presidential Debate.
Mon 08 Sep
Showtime’s dramatization of the Bush White House during the days after 9/11 is awful and awfully hilarious.
Fri 05 Sep
The Democrats in tonight’s Democratic Presidential Debate actually sounded like Democrats.
Fri 29 Aug
The tide is turning against John Ashcroft. Hopefully.
Wed 27 Aug
A brief report on Howard Dean’s appearance in New York last night.
Tue 26 Aug
Howard Dean rolls into town on a million dollar high.
Mon 25 Aug
How to make a million dollars in politics.
Thu 07 Aug
What does a Howard Dean Meetup held in New York’s Lower East Side look like?
Tue 05 Aug
Is Howard Dean going to betray us at the polls in 2004?
Wed 30 Jul
What’s so hard about taking twelve years to increase fuel economy standards for American cars?
Fri 18 Jul
Emailing the President of the United States is no simple matter.
Sat 07 Jun
The run-up to the war in Iraq increasingly appears to have been predicated on half-truths, falsehoods and specious intelligence.
Tue 03 Jun
The results of the FCC vote on media consolidation are in.
Sat 31 May
This weekend I plan to worry about Monday’s FCC vote.
Thu 29 May
ABC News’ The Note is unexpectedly one of the sharpest sources for political commentary on the Web.
Mon 12 May
The FCC is set to vote on significant changes in media ownership rules, virtually without public debate.
Sat 10 May
The impending approval of the third-largest tax cut in history demonstrates an historic leadership vacuum.
Tue 06 May
Bob Graham enters the Presidential race, and some thoughts on Joe Lieberman.
Thu 20 Mar
Al Gore has joined the Apple Computer board of directors.
Fri 14 Mar
Dont heed George W. Bushs words, but rather heed his actions.
Mon 10 Mar
In his new TV gig with Bob Dole, Bill Clinton evidences a complete lack of ambition.
Sun 16 Feb
On Wed 12 Feb, Senator Robert Byrd delivered an impassioned, powerful speech against the Bush Administrations war fixations.
Tue 11 Feb
The Gulf War sequel is funny business.
Thu 22 Aug
A notable quote from Lawrence Lessig.
Tue 13 Aug
Lawrence Lessig has a wake-up call for anyone frustrated with the way media companies are trying to dominate copyright controls.
Sun 28 Jul
Clinton had some unkind words on Bush foreign policy.
Mon 15 Jul
Wow, Rep. James Traficant is a total loon.
Sat 18 May
My verdict on Episode II.
Wed 10 Apr
John Ashcroft on Letterman. Ugh.
Thu 28 Mar
Wrote a letter to my Congresspeople today.
Thu 21 Mar
The Senate approved an overhaul of campaign finance laws today.
Wed 20 Mar
We need instant runoff voting.
Thu 21 Feb
Getting nostalgiac for the Clinton Nineties.
Sun 03 Feb
Michael Moore has written a public letter to George W. Bush.
Fri 18 Jan
The Enron mess.
Wed 14 Nov
Should airport security remain a private sector industry? The Republicans think so.
Wed 07 Nov
Democrats, wake up!
Tue 06 Nov
Exhausted from always being on the edge? Me too.
Sun 15 Jul
The New York Times has published a report on what really happend in Florida, November 2000.
Fri 13 Jul
Prepare to love the Chinese.
Thu 14 Dec
How depressed will you be for the next four years?
Wed 13 Dec
The Zero Factor is serious business.