Wow, did any of you hear about the brand new book from the Nation? They're selling a book. But wait, it's more than a book. It's a, wait for it...
lifestyle guide for liberals.
Part Whole Earth Catalog, part 1000 Places to See Before You Die, and part Zagat Guide...
What, no motherfuckin' Moosewood Cookbook? Those of us who remember when Foxfire meant more than Firefox are feeling dissed, here.
THE NATION GUIDE TO THE NATION is the essential lifestyle guide for liberals across the land...
Okay there are two words in that fragment that almost sit well with me: "the" and "for".
...and will be published this January just in time for the inauguration of President Obama,
An implied endorsement? Tell me your marketing people checked to see about placement in the "election award ceremony" goodie bags.
and the ushering in of a new era of liberal culture.
Because the real problem is, Democratic boomers have felt left out of the whole "center of the goddamn universe" thing under Bush.
Edited by The Nation’s own Richard Lingeman, and with an introduction by Publisher Emeritus Victor Navasky and current Editor and Publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel,
Sorry Katrina, being the thinking man's Arianna Huffington means you never, ever write a forward. I oughta know.
THE NATION GUIDE is a one stop shop for liberals and progressives all over America.
And Super Walmart sells organic produce for the same exact reason.
Inside THE NATION GUIDE TO THE NATION:
• Where to find a customized hemp wedding dress
Wear it once, smoke it on your honeymoon! It's earth-friendly!
• Summer camps to foster liberal ideals in your children
What, MY kids? The same kids who fight over who is going to wear Mommy's "I obey the Geneva Convention" organic cotton t-shirt to bed? Too late.
• Where to tune in to liberal talk radio in Utah
They only have liberal talk radio in Utah so they know who to shun.
• Blogs, museums, bookstores, think tanks, churches, spas, and more
Hey, I'll blog more about your book after my progressive "think tank" interview. Now I gotta dash to the spa, and then drop my museum coffeetable independent bookstore purchase off at church. Let's sew/smoke some hemp later! Rock on....