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Forty-two years after the passage of the Clean Water Act, a high profile industrial spill has made West Virginia water hazardous to your health. But that's just the most dramatic example of what happens in a red state hostile to environmental standards. People living downstream from the Tennessee Valley ...
Couldn't attend the Network for Public Education conference in Austin, TX, in person? Me neither. Join us for an informal, unofficial chat hosted by K-12 News Network with some friends of mine who attended. Guests are Pamela Grundy, a parent activist in support of public schools based in NC, Hannah Nguyen, ...
The Agents of Zeitgeist are passionate about TV and they share that passion this week. Hosted by TV bloggers Anne Louise Bannon and Elise Crane Derby, and Donna Schwartz Mills.
As surprising as it may seem, Rand Paul is actually getting some traction with the left, mostly by bootstrapping onto the NSA surveillance stories and advocating for restoration of felons' voting rights. But don't be fooled — those are just cynical ploys to attract people uninformed about who Rand ...
This week marked the start of the new Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon, as well as a heartfelt tribute to comedy legend Sid Caesar by guest Mel Brooks on Conan O'Brien's show. And of course, the Agents of Zeitgeist have a few things to say about that - as well as binge watching House of Cards, Downton ...
The CBO is in the news again this week, with its prediction of the effects of raising the minimum wage on the economy. Mainstream media have latched onto its finding that raising the minimum wage to $10.10 would result in a loss of 500,000 jobs. But they also said it would lift nearly a million people ...
The Agents of Zeitgeist are passionate about TV and they share that passion this week. TV bloggers Anne Louise Bannon and Elise Crane Derby, and Donna Schwartz Mills talk about the fabulousness that is Johnny Weir at the Olympics, Nathan Fielder's coffee parody, the Samuel L Jackson interview that went ...
Yesterday, a semblance of normalcy returned to Congress: The House passed a clean bill raising the debt limit: No conditions like slashing more Federal spending and no threats to ruin the credibility of the US. The MOMocrats discuss the political news of the week from the progressive POV. A production ...
The Agents of Zeitgeist are passionate about TV and they share that passion this week. Hosted by TV bloggers Anne Louise Bannon and Elise Crane Derby, and Donna Schwartz Mills.
The MOMocrats are enthused by Sandra Fluke's decision to run for office in California. At least, her race is a lot more fun to talk about than the rest of the political news this week, including that CBO report about Obamacare that has been grossly mischaracterized as a prediction of massive job losses. ...
Cynthia at K12NN speaks with Sarah Auerswald of MomsLA to answer questions many moms have about Local Control Funding Formula and the ins and outs of parent/teacher/student participation in shaping school district budgets. Get on your Local Control Accountability Plan Advisory Committee! Reach out to ...
The Agents of Zeitgeist are passionate about TV and they share that passion. This week, Anne Louise Bannon and Donna Schwartz Mills get ready for Superbowl Sunday - including all the counterprogramming.
MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills watched last night's State of the Union and the official Republican response from Cathy McMorris Rodgers, and they have a lot to say about both. Also: RH Reality Check legal expert Jessica Pieklo joins to talk about last week's anniversary of Roe v. ...
The Agents of Zeitgeist are back from the Television Critics Association confab in Los Angeles, where they hobnobbed with stars (like Benedict Cumberbatch, who talked about his continuing commitment to Sherlock) and TV producers. Hosted by TV bloggers Anne Louise Bannon and Elise Crane Derby, and Donna ...
The Chris Christie story is big - but there's an awful lot of OTHER political news this week: Like the attempted take-down of Wendy Davis, the President's NSA speech, shenanigans in Congress -- and that indictment of Bob "Governor Ultrasound" McDonnell. MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Dona Schwartz Mils ...
Join us as we hear from one of the plaintiffs (Dr. Wayne Au) who, along with good governance groups like the League of Women Voters and others, is suing the state of Washington for clarification as to whether charter schools formed under the newly-passed charter school initiative are indeed public schools. ...
The networks and studios are in LA for their semi-annual presentations to the Television Critics Association - and the Agents of Zeitgeist are in attendance! They share all the news they've gathered so far. Also: Academy Award nominations and Golden Globe winners. Hosted by TV bloggers Anne Louise Bannon ...
Chris Christie's "Bridgegate" woes have expanded to include other alleged retaliations against Democratic mayors in New Jersey and a probe into how Hurricane Sandy funds were used. Too bad Christie's problems have sucked up so much of the news oxygen this week: There was a toxic chemical spill in West ...
Now that the polar vortex is back in Northern Canada where it belongs, it's time for politics as usual. Or unusual, as is the case with that bridge traffic incident in Fort Lee, New Jersey which threatens Governor Chris Christie's standing as most likely to be the GOP's nominee in 2016. MOMocrats Cynematic, ...
It was a good year for television and a bad year for television networks and cable companies, as new means of delivery continue to disrupt their business model. Agents of Zeitgeist Anne Louise Bannon, Elise Crane Derby and Donna Schwartz Mills talk about all the highs and lows of 2013 and their favorite ...
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