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Exciting News! This week’s post is a quick announcement those interested in research on social media and civic and political participation! 350 more words
Over the last year, we’ve spent a great deal of time discussing, like everyone else on the American continent, the Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare. Yet so much has been evolving toward this end since Obama’s election in 2008. 836 more words
In 2008, a historic election swept the nation with the ascendency of Barack Obama to The White House. The ability to dispatch his most likely and inevitable foe, Hillary Clinton and then go on to knock off Arizona Senator John McCain in the General election was made possible by the lack of attention given to each of those candidates’ ground assault. 1,422 more words
During a Democratic presidential debate in 2008, then-Sen. Barack Obama said his biggest weaknesses were not being able to keep track of papers for “two minutes” and needing his staff to take care of him. 156 more words
PITTSBURGH / WASHINGTON, DC (November 4, 2013) – (Courtesy Al Jazeera America)
“We have to be able to…as Republicans…articulate a conservative message across diversity. Not just diversity across color and gender, but diversity of conservative thought (as well).…” 84 more words