The Sideshow Annex

Some additional items (and, eventually, maybe even an index) from The Sideshow.

We Want the Airwaves!
a page about the dangers of media concentration, right-wing control of news media, and corporate control of the Internet and entertainment media, with links to resources. (And now: We Want the Airwaves! weblog.)


By me:

It's all about me
A brief biography

Organizing Principles
What conservatives and liberals are really all about.

Gifts of the Heart
Why Springsteen's The Rising makes me think about Terry Carr.

Clues - a fanzine article
It was the summer of 1987...

By outside contributors:

Just for the Record by Dwight Meredith
Which is the party of big-spending big government? Who keeps inflation down and jobs up? Dwight checked out the numbers in a series of posts at his weblog, P.L.A., re-posted here as a single page.

The special relationship: Blair and Bush by 56K
Maybe this all goes back longer than we think.


a Usenet exchange from rec.arts.sf.fandom, a poem by Ken McLeod, and spontaneous jamming from others.

21st Century Tolkien Studies
When I posted an excerpt from another weblog, Patrick Nielsen Hayden responded, and then David Bratman, and then Patrick.... A series of mini-essays on Tolkien and fantasy and meaning.


A photopage of ancient pix of my pals, Patrick, Gary, Jon, Steve, Seth, and me.

An illustrated farewell to Dave Mooring

The Bill of Rights 2004

The Sideshow main

Emergency weblog

Audio Avedon


Must read:
"Rush, Newspeak and Fascism"
at Orcinus:
"Oh, in case anyone had forgotten amid all this Newspeak: Democratic liberalism -- especially questioning, probing and ultimately pragmatic liberalism -- is a quintessentially American product. Fascism -- particularly the kind that brooks no questioning -- is not." - D. Neiwert
HTML version at Cursor

Defeat the Right
in Three Minutes

The Sideshow's Greatest Hits:
What Reagan did
The way we were
The Supreme Court was right about this
This post is not an instruction in how to vote
Freedom of the corporate press
The program
The road was a ribbon of darkness
This time John Ziegler is out of his league

On paper, in black and white
Why can't you just admit it stinks?
Milton Friedman lives (and other stories)