We have seen grassroots political ferment evacuated from philanthropy, leaving Philanthrocapitalism, in which business will save us from its own excesses and injustices without assistance from government, good taste, moral traditions, or the people it saves. Philanthrocapitalism has pretty well been debunked by Michael Edwards', Just Another Emperor. What are we to make, then, of We Are The New Radicals? Julia Moulden, author of a book by that title, is now writing a weekly column for the Huffington Post about how to save the world with love sweet love and without getting your nose broken, risking a stay in some government run Hell Hole, or even getting on a no fly list. It is all pretty much coming up roses in the world of The New Radicals. The cachet of social organizing extruded from venture philanthropy has now been nicely packaged and commodified in its own right.