November 9th, 2011

Me

The American People Have Spoken

Mississippi voters rejected the "personhood" amendment that would have effectively criminalized abortion, some methods of birth control, and even in vitro fertilization.

The state senator who wrote Arizona's racially divisive immigration law--which said, in part, that police would be required, during the enforcement of other laws, to check the immigration status of anyone they suspected of being undocumented--lost his seat in a recall election.

Ohio voters repealed the new law limiting the collective bargaining rights of public workers, including police, firefighters, and teachers.

See? Sometimes the market does self-correct.
Me

Now It Can Be Told!

Necon 32

July 19-22, 2012

Baypoint Conference Center, Roger Williams University, Portsmouth, RI

Guest of Honor: Heather Graham

Guest of Honor: Jeff Strand

Guest Artist: Matthew Dow Smith

Toastmaster: Nicholas Kaufmann

Necon Legend: Elizabeth Massie

After last year's epic--and I mean epic--roast of Brian Keene and Mary SanGiovanni, the question on everyone's mind is, who will sit in the hot seat this year? There's only one way to find out!

For more information, go to http://www.campnecon.com/. Registration is limited to 200, so don't dawdle!