If I were conspiracy minded, I would have thought it was a brilliant strike against us. They used our convention to attack our sponsor, but we did’t even get a mention.
After the 2004 election, a small group of us decided we would join our voices with others to make sure we were heard next time around. It looks like we are going to do it.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Second annual convention invites candidates to answer questions from the blogosphere and engage netroots participants in unscripted citizen dialogue.
JULY 12, 2007—YearlyKos Convention organizers announced today that Sen. Hillary Clinton confirmed her participation in the Presidential Leadership Forum to be held August 4 in Chicago.
Submitted by Gina on July 13, 2007 - 13:16.
Today we announced that Howard Dean would be speaking at YearlyKos along with Sen. Durbin, Gen. Clark, and, of course, Markos.
Submitted by Gina on June 5, 2007 - 20:04.
Thanks to Terminal3 for snagging the video!
We also made Brit Hume's show on FOX, but I don't have that video.
Submitted by Gina on May 24, 2007 - 11:45.
While I lean towards sending the same bill back to the President, I'm not an expert and could be wrong. I believe there can be legitimate disagreement on the best way to support the troops. That's what the argument should be about, how to support the troops best. Saying we need to get out, while true, is not enough. What steps need to be taken to get there? Everyone is mad at the Dems because they are "weak." I'm mad at the Dems because I haven't seen a good argument for how to out of there. Can someone please move the discussion forward?
Submitted by Gina on May 24, 2007 - 11:42.
A link from Terminal3:
San Francisco Chronicle
Punk. Soldier. Blogger. And now author. A young veteran shares his war stories.
Justin Berton, Chronicle Staff Writer
Saturday, May 19, 2007
It was a surreal week for the 28-year-old soldier-turned-author. On Sunday he learned he was the second recipient of the $10,000 LuLu Blooker Prize for his "blook" (book based on a blog), "My War: Killing Time in Iraq," and on Monday, the Defense Department announced that it would cut off access to file-sharing sites such as YouTube and MySpace on 5 million Pentagon-issued computers -- an apparent reaction to bloggers reporting from the front lines. (Soldiers still have access to the sites on their personal computers and can log on to them at privately owned Internet cafes on their bases.)
Submitted by Gina on May 19, 2007 - 20:34.
not sure why, but this used to be animated, with the map moving from one event to another. hrmph,