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Marigolds as companion plants for tomatos

Will any old marigold do? Do they have to be scented? Read more about Marigolds as companion plants for tomatos

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Village, what village?

Mike Lux:

Presidents generally get about the media coverage they deserve.

Time to shut down the blogosphere. All is well in the mainstream! Read more about Village, what village?

The disconnect

Chris Bowers:

By comparison to the rally, where applause for Specter was muted and anger toward Specter was bubbling below the surface, the state committee gave him multiple standing ovations. ...

Maybe it's always been this way -- the disconnect between the insiders and the people they supposedly serve (though possibly with both hands). Has it always been this bad? Read more about The disconnect

Eqyptian reaction to Obama's Cairo speech

(A little late with this; RL apologizes on my behalf. Here's the text. ) As always, McClatchy has the best coverage; here's their roundup of reactions. What the Egyptian bloggers said:

# Mohammed Salem, a.k.a. Sand Monkey, an Egyptian blogger and government critic: "It's not really a new beginning as much as it eased everybody's minds. It all depends on his actions."

# Wael Abbas, a blogger who's exposed torture by Egyptian police: "I was hoping for more (on democracy and human rights abuses). He was not really direct."

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What Gail said

All-star lineup

Go read the PowerPoints and listen to the audio. Read more about All-star lineup

The size of the problem

problem

Note the comment count on the two posts.

Just sayin. Read more about The size of the problem

"We're not robots!" (OFA health care meeting trip report)

[Welcome, OFA readers! (The OFA page has no links for individual comments that I can find, so I can't cite back to the link. Therefore, I've included a screen dump of the thread below. -- lambert]

There were quite a few Organizing for America (OFA) health care organizing "kickoff" meetings in my area today. I chose to go to the one listed as sponsored by a slew of "your-organization-here for Obama" groups in order to do some outreach. Read more about "We're not robots!" (OFA health care meeting trip report)

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Eric Boehlert at FireDogLake's Book Salon

Single payer silence will be broken in the House, 6/10 at 10:30 AM

My local single payer activist sends the following:

The Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions Subcommittee of the House Education and Labor Committee will hold a hearing titled “Examining the Single Payer Health Care Option” on Wednesday, June 10th at 10:30am in 2175 Rayburn House Office Building.

You may be able to watch via webcast.

She adds:

Contact C-SPAN and let them know we would like them to carry it. C-SPAN's Main Number is: (202) 737-3220.

When I read of the new statue of Reagan...

... in the Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol, I could not but recall the inspirational words of Lord Byron, on hearing of the death of Castlereagh: Read more about When I read of the new statue of Reagan...

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Member of the "Baucus 13" travels to Montana and today's single payer news

Billings Gazette

On Friday, Paris was in Montana, doing what got her arrested: urging Baucus, Congress and the president to consider a single-payer system of national health insurance that covers all citizens equally.

"The next 60 days are critical," she told a rally of 150 single-payer supporters in Helena. "We need to keep the heat on Sen. Baucus (and Congress and the president)."


Marcia Angell
: There would be no need for an individual mandate in a single-payer system Read more about Member of the "Baucus 13" travels to Montana and today's single payer news

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