There are a few election-related items that I was planning to write blogs about but didn't have time to get around to. They're important and interesting, though, so here they are, for what they're worth at this late stage.
The first one is an article by Alexander Cockburn of CounterPunch about trying to find a reason to vote for Obama.
There's also a piece about single-payer health care and the support it receives from some truly maverick Republicans.
Here's an article about changes in the Democratic Party and the unfair (undemocratic!) treatment of Nader supporters.
Finally, here's the most inspiring thing I came across. I'm a big fan of music, so it was especially nice to see that with all the celebrities fawning over Obama, Tom Morello's sticking up for Nader. Here's Morello (as his alter ego, the Nightwatchman) at a Nader rally, performing an unexpurgated version of the Woody Guthrie classic that Morello refers to as "the people's national anthem:"
I've been asked whether I will continue blogging after the election. Of course I will, and I hope you'll continue reading.
If You're Learning About It From Slate, Running Your Own Email Server Is A Horrendously Bad Idea - So, Slate has a weird article by Nat Meysenburg suggesting that everyday people should run their own email servers. He admits up front that he doesn't thin...
5 hours ago