Regular readers of this blog will know that I studiously avoid any uninformed prattling on political issues, and, moreover, that I firmly believe that the government of the United States is in the hands of the greatest convocation of moral geniuses that God has seen fit to bestow on humanity since the time of James Buchanan, if not since the creation of the universe six thousand years ago. Nonetheless, it's always amusing to entertain other views. Free Speech Productions is a collaboration among three gifted composers — Judd Greenstein, David T. Little, and Missy Mazzoli — who are eager to bring a new political charge to a generally apolitical new-music scene. Their fall tour, bringing together the groups Newspeak and NOW Ensemble, kicks off tomorrow night at the Knitting Factory, and continues at Galapagos in Brooklyn on Nov. 11, New Haven on Nov. 12, and Cambridge, MA on Nov. 13. The program at Knitting Factory includes John Halle's Apology to Younger Americans and Black Sabbath's "War Pigs," as well as works by the co-founders. What a pity all these people are going to hell. Cheney will see to it.