Archive for July, 2011

Added The People’s Cube to the Blogroll

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I’ve been a fan of The People’s Cube for a while, but forgot to add it to the blogroll. So many good sites. Anyway, it’s “America through the eyes of a former Soviet agitprop artist”. Seriously. Oleg Atbashian was a Soviet agitprop artist and now runs the site.  Regardless, here’s their latest satire:

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Salman Rushdie on Multiculturalism

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Carl Levin defending Project Gunrunner Finding in Feb 2011

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Michelle Obama’s Mirror

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This site is brilliant satire. Written from the perspective of MOTUS (Mirror of the United States), it follows the daily actions of the first couple and the administration, with other current events thrown in. An example of the brilliance: MOTUS was designed by NASA (funding reduction and change of mission under Obama) and gets its warranty (health care) through them. Extremely snarky, but also informative of the day to day happenings of the administration (lots of links to http://whitehouse.gov).

Great post (prove me wrong):

http://www.michellesmirror.com/2011/07/feelin-pretty-damned-unappreciated.html

So, yeah, Michelle’s Mirror rules the school.

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