Matt Coker, Clockwork Orange column, Orange County Weekly Jan 14 2000
"Ex-Dead Kennedys front man Jello Biafra will square off against consumer advocate Ralph Nader in the New York primary for the Green Party presidential nomination, reported MTV News (which we’d smart-assedly refer to as "that bastion of journalism MTV News" were it not for the fact that this is the second time we’ve piggybacked on an MTV News story lately). Biafra advocates a "maximum wage" where a company’s highest-paid employee would only be able to make a prescribed multiple of what the lowest-paid employee takes home. Clockwork would trade a paycheck to see Biafra debate Al Gore and George Dubya Bush. Hell, we’d pay it to see him debate Al Keyes and Lyndon Dubya LaRouche."