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The 2016 Election and The Future of America

Hillary’s Painful Defeat

As I turned on the TV last Tuesday evening, I thought to myself, “This is going to be a long night.” I wholeheartedly believed that Hillary had this election won, and that the next day we would all wake up to the reality of President-Elect Hillary Rodham Clinton. 2,503 more words

2016 Election

Trump: Tribune Of Poor White People | The American Conservative

Giving credence to the message of poor white otherness and woe is me in Hillbilly Elegy is disingenuous at its core. Liberals don’t need J.D. Vance to tell them that there is a huge contingent in the modern world whose needs are not being met by today’s society, our economy, and our political leaders. 398 more words

Nobody Is Flying The Plane

First stop for this disenfranchised voter: The polls.

By Danielle Prager

Da’Ud Nashid, 50, a convicted felon who spent 28 years in a New York State prison, was one of the first to arrive at Washington Heights Academy, the polling center for the 72nd District’s State Assembly primary. 117 more words

New York State Elections 2016

Political Influences in Astrology (Bet they’re not what you think.)

Hey, I’m as sick of “politics” as the rest of you, so bear with me here, OK? My chart just got triggered (again) so I’m all fired up, waving a sword in one hand and the scales of justice in the other. 1,132 more words


The Election Assistance Commission Is Engaging In Voter Suppression

Excerpt from: CREDO Action

Stop the disenfranchisement of African-American and Latino voters.

The Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is supposed to make it easier for Americans to register to vote, but in a stunning recent move it did just the opposite by allowing election officials in Kansas, Georgia and Alabama to use voter registration forms that require proof of citizenship. 616 more words


Tell the Department Of Justice: Investigate Voter Disenfranchisement In Arizona

Excerpt from: CREDO Action

Investigate voter disenfranchisement in Arizona

Thousands of Arizona voters waited in line for up to five hours when they went to the polls to vote in the March 22 primary election – forcing many to leave without having the opportunity to vote.1… 640 more words