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Almighty Announces Political Cleansing

(Washington, D.C., Tuesday) – A complete purging of the American political system was announced here today in a thundering message from The Lord God Almighty, Ruler of Heaven and Earth. 356 more words


Campaign for Senate Candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes (KY)

Saturday, November 1, 2014

On Saturday, Clinton made a second campaign stop supporting Kentucky Senate Candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes. In a tight race against Senator Mitch McConnell, Grimes was hoping to pull off an upset to unseat the current Minority Leader. 81 more words


Fear Factor: Ebola and the Politics of Paranoia

The Indypendent
October 28, 2014

When he coughed, I flinched. As the train left Jamaica Station, I studied the people with airport luggage. What if one of them has Ebola? 146 more words


Post Election Feelings

I hear a lot on the news about this candidate or that candidate having won their respective state elections this week, and everyone throwing down terms like bi-partisan in regard to certain elected folks, and don’t get me wrong, I’m excited to see certain seats being filled by candidates who really embrace this “working together,” thing. 53 more words

Did you vote? And did you analyze the results?

I decided I would take my sample ballot and fill in the outcomes with percentages by each person’s name in red ink. I am going to figure this big picture out and then I am going to offer to hold “civil discourse” sessions and learn from others and be on the “educated and ready” end for the next election. 219 more words

A Big Storm's A'Comin'

Or so they say in Maine.  And they did have a big storm this week that hit much of the East Coast. But that is not what I mean. 676 more words

Interactive Voices on Tax Policy: Politics Before Policy- The Unavoidable Factor of Partisanship

Politics are playing a major role in determining tax policy changes and/or holdups this year, and this speaks broadly to how our systems are clogged and controlled by party interests over the needs of everyday people. 64 more words