“It has been ELEVEN days, Stephen,” Jon Stewart said during his January 31st guest appearance on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show, “Eleven. Fucking. Days. ELEVEN!” And then, looking into the audience and the camera, he stated what we were all experiencing, “The presidency is supposed to age the president, NOT the public.”

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That was only eighteen f*#king days ago. What’s happened since then plays out like a TV reality show based on a mashup of “Hunt For Red October 2: Defecting TO Russia,” “Dumb and Dumber,” and “ Liar Liar.”

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"Music and political activism have always been really tightly bound together throughout global history," said Ryan Harvey, the co-owner of Firebrand Records with Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, The Nightwatchman) during the Rock Against the TPP Tour press call. This Saturday, July 23 at the Summit Music Hall in Denver, is the first stop on the nationwide free-to-attend tour. The Rock Against the TPP Tour's main goal is to educate the American public on WHAT the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) really is and WHY they need to pressure their local House Representatives NOW to put TPP to pasture for good, preventing it from  being voted upon this fall.

Power to the People - Rock Against the TPP Tour

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Welcome back to another year of Political Buzz.

We’re going to do things a little differently this time around. More journalism, less blogging. Political Buzz will feature interviews, in-depth articles, and some investigation into where the candidates really stand on the issues. We’d like to be your one-stop shop for campaign information.

Let’s face it. Our generation doesn’t pay a whole lot of attention to politics. We’d much rather read about our favorite bands than read the news, and we get our news from The Daily Show and The Colbert Report as much as from CNN.

Published in Political Archive
02 Jan 2008

Candidate Issues Chart - Election 2008

Had enough slogans and soundbites and negative ads? We here at Kaffeine Buzz are a little tired of hearing about poll numbers and likability and the new buzzword, change. We wanted to know what all these people really stand for--so we found out. And we printed all the information in a nice neat chart for you to look at. That way you don't have to
spend nearly as much time as we did reading all the candidates' pages and voting histories.

Published in Political Archive