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Tag Archives: politics
On the streets of Washington, you will find two competing visions of America. At the Apple Store in Georgetown, a tribute has been erected to Steve Jobs, artist and entrepreneur. Loyal fans have brought mementos celebrating his illustrious life. The … Continue reading
One of my pictures of Reverend Billy was used in an Amy Goodman column on how Americans buy too much stuff. The Reverend has an excellent documentary coming out this month called What Would Jesus Buy. Produced by Morgan Spurlock, … Continue reading
My latest screenplay, EURABIA, made it to the secound round of the 2007 Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition. EURABIA is a disturbing look at a possible future. The year is 2027. America has lost the war on terror. Europe is … Continue reading
DCist used the photo above to illustrate a story on upcoming anti-war demonstrations. It’s from a couple years ago, during a previous anti-war march. I spied this fellow, and his nervous happiness, in the crowd. Funny – no one else … Continue reading
Salman Rushdie was recently awarded a knighthood by Britain, an act which caused more than one anti-Western rant from the medieval ayotollahs of Iran and Pakistan. The usual threats of violence from the usual dark quarter of the world. This … Continue reading
Reverend Billy preaches against Starbucks in Austin, TX. Reverend Billy came to the chain-ridden streets of Silver Spring to minister for our sins. What did we do wrong? Americans shop too much, according to the Reverend, with our dreams dictated … Continue reading