Obama vs. Romney: What’s the diff?

So it’s unofficially official. It’s Obama versus Romney in 2012. Even though I like Barack Obama, I think Mitt is the best guy in the field of Republicans. Since Universal Health Care seems to be the defining issue of the day, how’s the campaign rhetoric gonna read: My Universal Health Care versus His. Wait, there’s no difference. One’s just bigger. Both work based on the single payer mandate. Romney care versus Obamny care. Uhhh, I’ll take choice A…no… choice B…shit, I’ll just flip a coin. I don’t know about this… the Supreme Court in a politically influenced piece of Scalia brilliance …

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Kelly signs deal with Alison Picard, Literary Agency

Hi readers, it’s taken 3 years and a zillion words, but I’m proud to announce that I’ve signed with Alison Picard, a literary agent in Massachusetts. She’s sold several books in recent months to Ballantine Books and St. Martin’s Press and has extensive publishing and film credentials. She’s representing my first novel: The Mosquito Sting, which is about a wild scheme to save the world with massive counterfeiting, cartels, Indian casinos, Africa, rock and roll and a lot of violence.

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Wells Embargo

I ran this piece in New York’s “And Magazine.” If it looks like a duck and squawks like a duck, and shits in the road like a duck, it’s a duck.

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Occupy Wall Street Los Angeles

Occupy Wall Street was in its eighth day when I visited last Saturday, October 8. The iconic city hall building was surrounded by a sea of tents as the drum circles, food banks, poster production and special interest groups were in full operation. Representatives of the ultra-conservative Lyndon LaRouche PAC had a table set up at the busy northwest corner of the square and seemed a bit out of place in a crowd of mostly anti-greed, anti Wall Street protestors. The vibe was mostly peaceful and appeared to be geared up for a long occupation. Portable …

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Miss Gracie

She flew with Eagles, danced wildly in the rain, practiced Tai Chi Chuan in the park, and
ordered extra fudge on her sundae.

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