One Bold Step

Everyone talks a great game about changing the world, or even just their lives, but courage, while free, comes with one price: action. I want to share my bold step with you, and, if you write to me with your bold step, and it's timely, I'll post it on my site every couple of weeks, if not more often.

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Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Director of Research for (aka: The Foundation Foundation). Formerly with Air America Radio Phoenix ("Froggy Went A Marchin..."). Sang the National Anthem at a rally in Phoenix with Cindy Sheehan. Loves: chocolate, flowers, perfume (my grandmother), great music, politics, and a whole-hearted appreciation of the truth (Are there really "conspiracy theories" or do we need more FOIAs?). Seeker of justice and agent for change.

Friday, December 30, 2005

Chris Bliss Deals a Trump Card

My friend, political satirist Chris Bliss, has dealt quite a trump card. He is monumentally funny and intelligent, and he has used both blessings to create a brilliant new organization called The Foundation Foundation. This foundation has been set up to deal a hand to all those people who believe that The Ten Commandments have a right to sit on public ground. Chris has raised over $20,000 from contributors, including yours truly, that will go toward building a monument of our Bill of Rights on Arizona's State Capitol grounds, right here in Phoenix. His goal is to have a monument at every State Capitol in the nation.

On January 24th, at The Tempe Improv, Jay Leno favorite Chris Bliss will be joined by David Letterman favorite comedian Wayne Cotter, the staff of Air America Radio Phoenix (, and special guests galore for a fundraiser for his foundation. I encourage anyone who is available that night, from anywhere in the country, to attend. It's at 8 p.m. Reservations can be made at

Kudos for your boldness, Chris!


Blogger strider said...

Your 12-30 posting says "This foundation has been set up to deal a hand to all those people who believe that The Ten Commandments have a right to sit on public ground."

I thought the whole purpose of the Foundation Foundation was to establish a monument of the Bill of Rights everywhere possible. Either I'm mistaken or you need to edit that entry.

Keep up the good work. peace.

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