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Holy campaign violations, Batman! Now it's Bobby Jindal in violation of law by using state computer to attack opponent

No sooner did we call U.S. Sen. David Vitter out for potential improprieties for using his Senate franking privileges to gain an edge over his three opponents in this year’s gubernatorial election than our old friend C.B. 661 more words

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25 May was Europe's "Black Monday", says Prodi

Romano Prodi, the former Italian Prime Minister and former President of the European Commission, was interviewed by Aldo Cazzullo for the Corriere della Sera on the current European political situation. 92 more words


Draft Trickett for Labour leadership election!

From Left Futures:

Jon Trickett must stand for Leader says Campaign for Labour Party Democracy

Following its executive meeting this weekend, leading centre-left Labour grassroots organisation, the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy (CLPD), has today called on Jon Trickett MP to stand for the Labour leadership, and has urged party and trade union activists to join the call. 548 more words

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Ghosts from the past

Father Coughlin knew how to use the radio and he used it to deliver his messages to millions of people. First he supported Roosevelt and the New Deal, but later… 311 more words


Kirkpatrick challenges McCain: liberal v. RINO

Arizonans deserve better

In an article rife with omissions, misrepresentations and even misspellings, MSNBC reports that far left U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (AZ-CD 1) has announced her intention to challenge Republicrat Sen. 341 more words


Duterte, Frank Underwood, and Ruthless Pragmatism

Ruthless pragmatism.

This has been then Democratic House Majority Whip, then Vice-President, and now President Frank Underwood’s mantra. Politics run strongly in his blood like coffee for the graduate student. 739 more words

Reality Doses

Beware Hillary’s Feint to the Left

© Josh Sager – May 2015

At the beginning of this article, let me first say that I will almost certainly be voting for Hillary Clinton on election day. 758 more words

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