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March 30, 2007

Midwestern Common Sense

Krazy KatNow almost a century later (imagine that!) I wonder what Krazy Kat would have thought of the internet? It seems sometimes like the internet's been around forever, but it's really a very new thing. The net's impact on politics, already significant and rapidly evolving, should become a central factor within just a few years. To get a sense of what's going on from the perspective of grassroots Wisconsin — historically one of the great incubators of American political thought — I turned to John Stauber of the Center for Media and Democracy, out of Madison. John's a great guy, very thoughtful, possessing an abundance of Midwestern common sense. An excellent, and necessary, reality corrective for the Washington perspective. Total runtime of an hour and twenty two minutes. Enjoy!

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Great guest!

PRWatch/Sourcewatch is a fantastic site and Stauber et al. put the J in Journalism.

A shame Stauber hasn't touched on 9/11 Truth issue.

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