The Obama Conundrum: Progress and Protest in the Face of Reality by John Caelan

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Sent to DS from the author, thanks, John.

by John Caelan
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Nov. 15, 2008

The Bush Administration has nearly passed into the annals of apologetic history. One might imagine that these last hours of despot rule are akin to the tedious torture of water boarding, wherein the perpetrator promises the end is nigh but the anguished prisoner will not believe it until the torment stops and they are returned to the relative comfort of their urine-soaked bed mat. Continue reading

The People Sang–U.S. History and the Obama Victory

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This video may contain images depicting the reality and horror of war/violence and should only be viewed by a mature audience.


A journey through U.S. history, from the American Revolution to the Obama victory, set to a November 4, 2008 impromptu recording of the The People Sang, written and performed by John Caelan. The compilation was created by John, reflecting his intended meaning of the song verse by verse: We don’t need a new revolution; we’re in the one that never ends.

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