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Citizens' Convention Candidate Forum 1/14/06

This is footage from the Citizens’ Convention Candidate Forum held on January 14th, 2016. It is a good introduction to who we are an what we are working toward. 29 more words


Cruz Declares Grassroots Conservatives The Real Winners Of New Hampshire

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HOLLIS, NH (CBSDFW.COM) – Texas Senator Ted Cruz didn’t win the New Hampshire primary, but he and his supporters say they believe his third place finish in the Granite State is still a victory. 250 more words


Politically Savvy Parenting

Election time can be a high-stress period for anyone interested in the future of their civilization. During periods of stress, parents need to be even more aware of their behavior and its influence on their children. 517 more words


Winning matters to children.

Winning doesn’t matter, losing does… It’s only when you lose you can learn many lessons. Winners get complacent losers don’t!

Winning doesn’t matter? Try telling that to the kids and watch their response.

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EUEve Europe and the Everyday Grassroots, EU and the Politics of Crisis


EUEve “Europe and the Everyday: Grassroots, EU and the Politics of Crisis” is a newly funded UACES collaborative research network, focusing on four main question, (1) What impacts do policies such as budget cuts have on individuals and communities, across different European contexts? 628 more words


Had Enough Already: The Tea Party’s Rise and How It Has Effected the Republican Party and Subsequently the American Political System

Throughout American history, political parties have come and gone in all eras. This includes major powers like the Whig Party and smaller factions such as the Populist Party. 3,182 more words


Death of the high street? Rise of the DIY grassroots community venue...

There is always a lot of talk about how technology and growing dependence on the internet will eventually cause the death of the high street. It seems that the more technologically dependent we get, the more socially isolated we will all become. 1,172 more words