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Rocking the Vote at Appalachian State University

The Southern Coalition for Social Justice celebrated National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) by hosting a concert and voter registration event with Rock the Vote, NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina, IgniteNC, and the Watauga County NAACP at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. 50 more words

In Which I Plead for Sanity, The Case for Not Doubling Down on Bad Ideas.

Over the last several weeks I keep running across stories about Mitt Romney leading in the polls for the 2016 Presidential nomination, and being pushed to run once again in 2016. 432 more words

Conservative Politics

THREE THINGS THAT ARE REALLY TOUGH TO WAIT ON (2004)

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1. Medical test results.

2. That phone call after a recent job interview.

3. The final results of the presidential election.
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WHO WILL FINALLY SERVE-
CAN GET ON ONES’ NERVES!

Poetry

Please don't run, Mitt

Dear Mitt,

I mean no offense. I’ve had a positive opinion of you for quite some time, one which was strengthened in 2012 as I learned more about you and anticipated having you as our next President. 872 more words

Analysis

Jim Webb 'Seriously Looking' at 2016 Bid

Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb said Tuesday he’s “seriously looking” at a potential run for the Democratic nomination.

“We’ve had a lot of discussions among people I respect and trust,” he said at the National Press Club in Washington. 285 more words

News

Crossing fingers for LP dilemma

If the ruling Liberal Party (LP) wants to maintain its leadership in 2016 and beyond, it better start getting their act in sync now or all will be lost to the opposition. 694 more words

Government

Sanders Talks 'Political Revolution' in Iowa as Clinton Declares: 'I'm Baaack'

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both attend events in strategically important state.

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders gets a standing ovation from the crowd at a town hall meeting to talk about progressive issues at the Waterloo Center for the Arts on Sunday in Waterloo, Iowa. 676 more words

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