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I Am Running for President in Turkey. From My Prison Cell.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his party are using the state of emergency and other underhanded measures to suppress Kurdish votes.

Published: June 20, 2018 at 05:30AM… 70 more words


Identity politics: despite concerns about disenfranchising voters, ID voting may be here to stay

With the exception of Northern Ireland, citizens voting in UK elections don’t usually need to verify that they are who they say they are. But in last month’s local elections, five areas in England piloted identity checks at polling stations. 717 more words

Government And Politics

The coronation delay and more royal propaganda events

The Dictator has stated that there will be no “election” until after the coronation. The coronation will only be held at a date to be decided by the king, and probably has been decided, but is still to be announced. 411 more words

The 2018 Oklahoma Primaries: Do Your Research

VOTE in June!!!! I’m yelling at myself too, by the way. I typically haven’t voted in June in the past. Many teachers haven’t, but you better believe that’s changing this year. 2,297 more words

Running Local: Gender Stereotyping & Female Candidates in Local Elections

By Nichole Bauer (Louisiana State University)

The 2018 mid-term elections will be a banner year for women in politics. In fact, as many as 421 women could launch a campaign for a seat in the U.S. 858 more words


Rep. Matt Gaetz Endorses Javier Manjarres For US Congress

Congressman Matt Gaetz, a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, endorsed Javier Manjarres for U.S. Congress. The North Florida Congressman is a frequent guest on television news programs including Hannity on the Fox News Channel. 244 more words


Explaining the Cruel Child-Parent Separations in the US

“We are treating people less than human”. – Presidential historian Jon Meacham on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

That statement is not about North Korea. It is not about Russia, or the Phillipines, or Iran, or Syria, or other places that you might think of where the government is actively involved in human rights abuses. 892 more words