Yes Men: "War Ends" from the NYTimes. Network Distribution.
It was the network not the Interne

Good Riff on Prop 8. The networks start the backlash.

Worth a read... Can the networks channel the energy productively?

www.personaldemocracy.com.
Backers of California's Proposition 8, which enshrined a ban on same-sex marriages in the state constitution, scored a narrow victory on November 4th, winning 52.3% of the vote. The immediate impact in California is huge: the invalidation of 18,000 marriages. But that vote didn't put an end to the fierce debate, not even close. People have been protesting Prop 8's success in Los Angeles, San Diego, and, as the LA Times put it, "even Modesto." What was largely a state legal battle seems to be morphing into a national cultural moment, helped along by the web, including Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube.

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