Attytood Archive: November, 2009

Reader's choice for best song of The Decade That Shall Not Be Named: "I'll Believe in Anything" by Wolf Parade

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This choice from a reader is a little grating for my power-pop-oriented ears, but I agree with Attytood Reader J's point that a song called... Read more

Saying "Du'Bye!" to the economic recovery?

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Was it all just a mirage in the desert? On the other hand, it may not be as bad as it looks.... Read more

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Happy Thanksgiving from Attytood. Try not to go rogue, and we'll see you (maybe briefly) on Friday. Read more

Great songs of The Decade That Shall Remain Nameless: "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley

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Attytood's scatter-shot list of great songs of the decade that may or may not be known as the 2000s continues with a more popular choice than... Read more

Cracking the ACORN nut

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Editor and Publisher published an excellent (albeit very long) analysis of the media's news coverage of ACORN and how 26 percent of Americans... Read more

I was wrong

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This summer, I wrote a blog post about the bizarre hanging death of a federal census worker, William Sparkman (top), in rural Kentucky. I... Read more

Even Reagan no longer measures up to "The Reagan Myth"

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One of the core arguments of my book "Tear Down This Myth" was that the iconic, bronze-statue figure of Ronald Reagan that Grover... Read more

Great songs of The Decade That Shall Remain Nameless: "The Laws Have Changed" by the New Pornographers

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Introducing for the first time (which is a lyric from tonight's song!), a new regular feature between now and the end of 2009, to get us through... Read more