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going for the bronze 

My old shit is like new shit. Or the world just hasn’t changed. Wrote this 8 years ago but it’s still relevant. In fact this wierdo presidential election might be the culmination of our decline. 12 more words

American Politics

Our Two Candidates

 I made the mistake of rereading Peggy Noonan’s book, The Case Against Hillary Clinton, written in 2000, when she was about to run for the New York Senate. 379 more words

New York City

Observing Hillary Clinton, 10/20/07

This is not about you, it’s about America.

It’s not about your pant suits or relationship with Bill,

it’s about your record, your positions, and truth. 329 more words

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Smoke and Mirrors: Hillary's Underhanded Progressivism

In her march to the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton has ridiculed many of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ proposals as being unrealistic or overly idealistic, while touting her electability: She portrays herself as the candidate of experience and pragmatism, one who has negotiated with world leaders and possesses the deep relationships on Capitol Hill needed to turn proposals into policy. 1,138 more words

News & Politics

Election 2008 for a Black American Woman

Original Post Date: November 6, 2008

I don’t know quite what to do with myself today. It is the day after the presidential election and Barack Obama has won. 1,075 more words

2008 Presidential Election

Remembering Paul Wellstone and his impact on my life 13 years later

by Patrick K. Meacham

Many things have been said about Senator Paul Wellstone. On the anniversary of his death I wanted to express how one day in my life was vastly impacted by the death of a man I had never met. 1,256 more words

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