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07-30-2007
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07-29-2007
04:59 PM ET (US)
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Mitch
02-02-2006
07:05 AM ET (US)
Need more Forums - We're going live with our own forum system

http://www.manzellanews.com/forum
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Mitch
04-08-2004
05:19 AM ET (US)
Well I'm finally off of Tripod's hosting. Now over at 1and1.com hosting with www.manzellanews.com as the direct address.

I hope everyone is listening to air america radio (1190AM) or online at www.airamericaradio.com
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Beson
10-23-2003
10:07 AM ET (US)
Did you tape 60 Minutes II?
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Mitch Manzella
09-10-2003
05:01 PM ET (US)
Thanks to Byron (Another outstanding member of the NJ Dean Machine -- www.njfordean.org) I now have www.mitchmanzella.com point to my website. So everyone and anyone can help advertise for me just by telling people my name.

THE OLD WAY

"Hey there's this great website that has a lot of great Political News articles... and great tech & science news... and also all these great video clips of Howard Dean so you can listen to his speeches...

Ok its M- C- M- A- N- Z- I- at tripod dot com....

yeah.... tripod.... no you don't need the WWW... doh"

THE NEW WAY

Just go to mitchmanzella.com

See... much better now!!

Thanks Byron!

-- Mitch
http://www.mitchmanzella.com
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Mitch Manzella
06-24-2003
10:08 AM ET (US)
This weekend I was with a delegation of about 12 who went up to Burlington, VT from New Jersey to see Howard Dean's official announcement speech. We spent the entire weekend up in Manchester, NH, going door to door and helping out the New Hampshire effort. I had an amazing weekend, bonding with my fellow New Jerseyians and bringing the Dean message to the people of Manchester. I was impressed with the Meet The Press appearance, but the Declaration Speech was amazing and full of passion. It was this sort of passion that first attracted me to the Dean campaign, and Monday really got me fired up. I was fortunate enough to get a moment of face-to-face time with Howard as he was leaving the stage. I told him about our weekend campaign and gave him a flyer that I made with my own money, that I have been passing out at various music festivals that I've been to in the past month (Bonnaroo in Tennesse, & The Adirondak Music Festival in New York). Dean seemed really thrilled with my efforts, and that expression of praise from him just fuels my efforts... next time I'll get 5000 flyers printed. My NJ delegation was also lucky enough to get interviewed by VPR (NPR) and by ABC World News Tonight, and although I didn't get to see the program, I am told that the "Dean Machine," which was a van decorated by 4 members of our delegation, got on the evening news along with some short sound bites that we gave. All in all it was an amazing experience, and I can't wait to go back for the acceptance speech of the nonination.

-- Mitch
http://mcmanzi.tripod.com
Edited 06-24-2003 10:13 AM
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marianne margotta
06-17-2003
03:26 PM ET (US)
ACTUALLY THERE IS ONLY ONE SECTION OF HILLIARY'S BOOK THAT INTERESTS THE AMERICAN PUBLIC UNFORTUNATELY THE PART REGARDING HER RELATIONSHIP WITH BILL FOLLOWING THE MONICA LEWINSKY SCANDAL THAT IS SAD THE FACT REMAINS WE AMERICANS (I HAVE TO EXCLUDE MYSELF BECAUSE I REALLY DONT CARE) WANT THE LOW DOWN ON HER MARRIAGE AND IT IS REALLY ABOUT POPULARITY AS FAR AS INTEREST IN A CANDIDATE IF YOUR OUT THERE IN THE FOREFRONT AND REVEAL YOUR DIRTY LAUNDRY IN PUBLIC PEOPLE LOVE IT
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Mitch Manzella
06-09-2003
06:28 AM ET (US)
How can Hillary Clinton's book be already on the Amazon top 9. Moreover, how can her "decision" to NOT run for president in 2008 make the headlines of all the national papers?

Where are the heads of the American people, with one million things to talk about, we still go fishing for interesting news.

I blame the overall culture that we've created towards news. Even in the world of 24 hour news channels, what do we get? The same news over and over every 20 mins. We interview people on television for a set amount of time, and just when the interviewER and the interviewEE are finally getting to the crux of their conflict and argument, oops... time to move on to Bob's weather, or... Now lets find out what happened in sports today. Somehow the greater issue of actually discussing WHY some person was given the airtime to speak their cause, we limit them to five preselected answers in a one minute, thirty second block.

What is important is getting answers... yet America remains satisfied when members of our government walk out on press conferences, and ban those who ask the tough questions from ever coming back to the white house/pentagon/wherever. We need to demand more of our elected officials, and we need to demand better of our newspeople. Ask the tough questions, and make sure you get your answers. For reference for how to do this, See Ralph Nader.

Or... let it all pass below your radar.
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Mitch Manzella
05-13-2003
01:49 AM ET (US)
Just some recent things I'd like to highlight, First off... Read the Vonnegut... The Howard Dean Links have some links with real media video, the video of the SF Meetup speech is great! Howard Dean is going to be on Good Morning America this morning on ABC. To anyone into the music community, Phish Tickets go on sale this saturday the 17th... cursed Ticketmaster :)

Also don't forget the Science News Page http://mcmanzi.tripod.com/id263.htm

Lots of great Science & Technology Points of Interest.

The Wall of Directors is nearly complete on the DVD Page http://mcmanzi.tripod.com/id264.htm

Enjoy, any clicks on any of the DVDs will let you purchase any of them for the best price direct from amazon.com. Amazon also makes a contribution to this website for every purchase generated from it. So click and buy will get you the movie, and donate some money to a good cause.

Thanks, and I welcome all your comments, and feedback!

-- Mitch Manzella
http://mcmanzi.tripod.com
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marianne margotta
04-18-2003
09:14 AM ET (US)
I was very impressed with Tim Robbins statement He really makes sense and if people would stop and look at the hippocracy of some of their beliefs but unfortunately most do not recognize it
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Mitch ManzellaPerson was signed in when posted
04-07-2003
05:23 PM ET (US)
The events in Oakland today create a frightening harbinger of the future of protests in America. While I am sure that the protestors were in some way instigating, the decision for the Oakland police to open fire was wrong. My fear is that this event will lead to more like it, pitting the people against the police. Growing up with a best friend who's father was a cop, I've always felt that the police were on my side. Even at protests, I knew that the officers were present to keep the peace and to stop those who instigate violence and break the law. Today in Oakland, the police decided to use violence against the people... while there are conflicting reports of some saying that protestors were throwing rocks... others said that the longshoremen were instigating the protestors... either way, the police used what will be deemed UNNECCESSARY FORCE by peace groups around the world.

I hope that other police forces will not take example from Oakland... Hold your Fire! Hold Your Fire!
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Mitch ManzellaPerson was signed in when posted
03-27-2003
05:22 AM ET (US)
The funny this is that Michael Moore DOES have the majority on his side... I thought that Susan Sarandon's peace sign was crass at best, and Barbara Streisand took the stage and said nothing. If anything those two are MORE outspoken about peace than Michael Moore.

Moving on to Other News, I hope more people take the time to leave a comment here, this is everyone's newsgroup (not just marianne's and mine). Also make sure everyone you know reads the "A WarMonger Explains War to a Peacenik" piece on today's publish of the webapage... its very funny and does force the issue a little further. Bring that message to any WARMONGER that you know and try and engage in a discourse over the war in Iraq with them. I'd like to take the same sentiments to Bush and see what his response would be... but alas, our American Media doesn't ask any of the questions people want answered.
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marianne margotta
03-24-2003
04:01 PM ET (US)
I do not believe that We take the necessary precautions to stay alive They win if we allow ourselves to make it easy for them to destroy human life To congregate where they have the opportunity to wipe out large masses at one time In this day and age its a sacrific we need to make until we are given the ok and the terrorist alert is lowered We are so used to our freedoms that we refuse to believe that some of our freedom has been taken away and we have to accept that for now we are at WAR by the way I think Michael Moore went a little overboard with his message at the Oscars There are ways to get your point across without spewing such disrespect naturally he got some "geers" If he had done it and chose his words more carefully I am sure he would have had the majority on his side
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