Wednesday, September 16, 2009

July 2009 OActivist Compilation

Here's a list of July's published output by members of the OActivist list (most of whom have full-time jobs and only write when time permits): Editorials 1. Joseph Kellard, A Russian Immigrant's Lesson in American Patriotism, Long Beach Herald, Jul 1/09 2. Linn and Ari Armstrong, "Politicians Cause Mortgage Meltdown", Grand Junction Free Press, Jul 6/09 3. Linn and Ari Armstrong, "DeMints health handouts violate liberty", Grand Junction Free Press, Jul 20/09 4. Ari Armstrong, "Hope and Change in Harry Potter", Independence Institute, Jul 21/09 5. Ari Armstrong, "Don’t ban or force abortions", Boulder Weekly, Jul 23/09 6. Paul Hsieh, "The Federal Health Care Muggers", PajamasMedia, July 24/09 7. John Lewis, "Jewish Settlements and Israeli Law", CapMag & Objective Standard Blog, Jul 29/09 Speaking Engagements 1. Tim Peck, Asheville Tea Party, Jul 4/09 2. Ari Armstrong, Denver Health Rally, Jul 28/09 Letters to the Editor 1. Hannah Krening, Time to Fight for your Rights, Colorado Springs Gazette, Jul 3/09 2. Tom Da Silva, untitled, Cumberland Bulletin, Jul 13/09 3. Brendan Moore, "Capitalism not cause of health care woes", Daily Herald, July 16/09 4. Amesh Adalja, "Feature Rational Thought", Butler Eagle, Jul 16/09 5. Joseph Kellard, untitled, Wired Magazine Aug 2009 edition 6. Sylvia Bokor, untitled, Providence Journal, Jul 19/09 7. Amesh Adalja, untitled, The Pitt News, Jul 22/09 8. Rob Abiera, "Food for Thought", Oklahoma Gazette, Jul 22/09 9. Jay Robbins, "We are losing our freedom", Jay Robbins, Jul 21/09 10. Sylvia Bokor, untitled, Albuquerque Journal, Jul 31/09 Miscellaneous 1. Sylvia Bokor, "Tea Parties Visit Congressional Offices", ABQ Tea Party web site Note too that this list does not include web comments, letters to congressmen and other politicians, radio show call-ins, etc., all of which actively spread our message and advance our goals. (Disclaimer: All content listed herein is self-identified as "Objectivist", I have not vetted the content, nor do I necessarily agree with all of it.)

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