American sports have always been a vast canvas upon which politicians can safely paint their personal theories of American life. Running for Congress and want to point out the abuses of management over labor? 1,069 more words
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The “Will Joe Biden Run?” stories are popping up with greater frequency again after a weekend interview in which anonymous members of his staff suggested that he’s… 933 more words
There are usually three types of candidates going into a primary debate, frontrunners, middle of the pack and bottom rung candidates.
And if they have smart campaign advisors each candidate knows their role and acts accordingly: the bottom rung just tries to draw attention, the front runner stays above the fray and the muddled middle tries desperately to punch upwards. 1,178 more words
NBC BLK: Post Traumatic Politics: The South Carolina Special Election for Senator Clementa Pinckney's Seat
While most of the nation remains locked on the presidential campaign, they may overlook one of the most important elections in America in decades: the South Carolina State Senate runoff. 982 more words