Sunday, November 11, 2007

Thank God the Teamsters Haven't Tried This

The Student Labor Action Project, known for similar stunts, held a nude march in support of living wages at the University of Vermont yesterday.

Even here, commitment to the union cause was half-hearted. Only a few of the two dozen protesters went the full monty, and then for only 10 minutes. That's not going to get the job done against those corporate university evil-doers.

Utah Influence Index this Week

Utah's Most Influential Political blogs

2KVNU's For The People2
3JM Bell3
4Mark Towner's Political Spyglass4
5The World, According To Me6
6The Senate Site14
7Pursuit of Liberty5
9Jeremy's Jeremiad -
10Voice of Utah -
11Utah State Democratic Party -
12The SideTrack8
13Wasatch Watcher10
14A Liberal Mormon -
15Weber County Forum16
16Davis County Watch18
17Simple Utah Mormon Politics -
18The Third Avenue7
19GenRolly Speaking11
20Utah Stories -

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BlogNetNews' Blogosphere Influence Rating combines a variety of data sets to determine which blogs are most powerfully influencing the direction of the Utah political blogosphere. The exact method BNN uses to calculate influence scores must remain proprietary in order to prevent attempts to game the system. BNN's methodology takes into account the fact that all Internet data is profoundly limited in its reliability by using multiple data sets that, when combined, reveal a fair picture of activity in the blogosphere.