We’re Back, and We’re Bowling!

November 23, 2010

Illinois Media Progressives has as much trouble dealing with this post-modern economy as any honest American, but one thing we’ll never have an issue with is hurling a spheroid down an oiled wooden floor at a bunch of wooden sticks.

Especially if we’re doing it with single payer activists, some of our favorite peeps ever.

So we’re pleased as punch to co-host the third annual
“Single Payer Bowling” with special guests, Donna And Larry Smith.

And we’re downright thrilled to join with the Illinois Single Payer Coalition, Progressive Democrats of America, Chicago, and the Chicago Single Payer Action Network to make “SP Bowling III” the biggest and bestest yet.

Join us Saturday, December 11th, 1:30-4:00 p.m., Diversey River Bowl.

SIGN UP FOR SINGLE PAYER BOWLING HERE

And here’s a personal message from Single Payer Bowling Spokesbowlers, Paulie and Otis:

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Chicago “Cigna 7”: Arrest This

October 8, 2009

Seven members of various Chicago single payer groups put their butts on the line this morning by placing them firmly on the floor of the Chicago Cigna headquarters lobby, and refused to remove them until the Chicago police did it for them.

Apparently word hadn’t reached them that Senator Max had taken single payer off the table, or more likely it had, and they don’t rightfully give a good goddam what Max says.
Or anyone that insists for-profit health care financing is anything but a moral, ethical and fiscal abomination.

Representing the Illinois Single Payer Coalition, the Chicago Single Payer Action Network, Progressive Democrats of America and Physicians for a National Health Care Program, the Cigna 7 were taken into custody by the Chicago police late this morning.

Here’s what it looked like:

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