The Victory of 'No'
On January 29, 2009, the whittled-down and beaten-up Republican minority in the House of Representatives gathered for a strange celebration of defeat. The Democrats had just drubbed them at the polls, seizing the White House and a 79-seat advantage in
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Personnel: Charlotte Martin (vocals, chant, piano, electric piano, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, sampler, background vocals); Charlotte Martin; Ken Andrews (electric guitar, synthesizer, bass guitar, drum programming, sound effects, background vocals); Jeff Garber (electric guitar); Julian Leaper, Perry Mason, Warren Zielinski, Liz Edwards, Mark Berrow, Michael McMenemy, Lian McKinnon, Rebecca Hirsch, Dai Emanuel, Michele Richards, Christopher Clad, Eddie Roberts, Jonathan Strange, Steve Morris, Peter Kent, Patrick Kiernan, Everton Nelson, Jackie Shave, Darius Campo, Josefina Vergara, Charlie Bisharat (violin); Donald McVay, Timothy Grant, Zoe Lake, Gustav Clarkson, Garfield Jackson, Bob Becker, Darrin McCann (viola); Jonathan Williams, Suzie Katayama, Larry Corbett, David Daniels (cello); Joe Meyer (French horn); Fred Greene, Fred W. Greene (tuba); Paddy Lannigan, Hector R. Ferreira, Chris Laurence, Justin Meldal-Johnsen (bass guitar); Angus Godwin (drums, congas, chimes); Joey Waronker (drums, hi-hat, shaker, tambourine, timbales, percussion, bells); Beth Katte (background vocals); Joel Derouin, Gavyn Wright, Emlyn Singleton (violin); Peter Lale (viola); Naomi Wright, Anthony Pleeth (cello); Warren Luening (cornet); Rick Baptist (flugelhorn); Charles Loper (trombone); William Frank Bill Reichenbach Jr. (bass trombone); Scott Fraser (programming). Audio Mixers: Ken Andrews; Andy Bradfield. Recording information: Angel Studios, Islington, London, England; Cello Studios; Extasy South Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Red Swan Studios; Test Drive Studios. Photographers: Charlotte Martin; Yariv Milchan. Arrangers: David Campbell; Craig Armstrong. Charlotte Martin spent a good part of her teenage years obsessively studying the work of Kate Bush. She's more than a fan; she's a devout follower of Bush's mystical songbook of art and romance, from which she gained enough confidence to find her own voice and style. Now in her late twenties, Martin bows to her idol while
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Life was good for Arturo and Maria Diaz. One night out at the local bar changed all that as they found themselves, for some unknown reason, targeted by police authorities. They were chased, beaten and chastised; they lost everything. No old school attorney would take their case so it was up to a newly admitted attorney to fight for their rights. Follow this fast paced courtroom drama, based on actual testimony and with a strange twist at the end as the Diazs try to regain normalcy to their broken lives. *Author: Ryan, Patrick Michael *Binding Type: Hardcover *Number of Pages: 148 *Publication Date: 2004/02/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.50 inches
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His premise is that civilizations have “life spans,” and the Western civilization that produced America and Europe has been replaced, in our lifetime, and before our very eyes. To people whose minds were made by the West, the civilization we now find ourselves in often feels wrong, evil even, but we also find ourselves feeling oddly affectionate toward this strange new world. And the more time that passes, the more “normal” the New Civ gets to feel. We sometimes have to “pinch” ourselves to remember that society once had roots in a universe that knew something of moral absolutes, where the horrible behaviors we now read about in every morning newspaper were so rare that one such event in a year would have felt like the world is just about to end. But these things are what passes for...
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