Of course, we'd all like to come off as flattering; this one says things that made me cringe. It's an interesting perspective from an outsider who took some time to interview me and come to DAWN meetings.
There's a lot to think about in terms of de facto leadership (which this article anoints me as being - something I certainly didn't say.) How does one take active and committed roles into a group and know how to step back so that every voice matters just as much. It's an issue I've personally struggled with, especially when you realize there is an inner circle that always develops. Over time, I will need to step away from DAWN so that all of us can remain fresh.
I find it funny that the article quoted Free Republic's DC leader Kristinn Taylor on his perspective of DAWN and on DAWN's relationship to the larger movement. Without saying much about Taylor, the quote that we are "whack jobs" said plenty enough about the kind of insights that Taylor usually shares with us when I've seen him at counter-protests.
With a laugh, I point you with apprehension toward Jonathan Williams' piece about DAWN and about me. It's certainly more biting than a fluffier piece in Mother Jones a couple years ago.