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Since the United States Post Office is under attack from Congress — and has been since 2006 — and since many Americans seems not to be aware of this, I will begin a series of opinionated articles about this assault against the Post Office and even on the U.S. 294 more words
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Political consultants John Hancock, a Republican, and Michael Kelley, a Democrat, present opposing viewpoints on current issues every Sunday morning on FOX 2 at 8:30am. 101 more words
Ask a Republican about the elaborate conspiracy theories that are so popular with many on the far right, and she’s likely to respond that, sure, those people are there, but liberals have their wackos, too. 541 more words
"Why Do Political Reporters Refuse To Show Us The Money?": American Politics Revolves Around Two Mutually Reinforcing Truths
A profound sense of cognitive dissonance lies at the center of American politics: one that even our most elite journalists and pundits refuse to recognize. In virtually all of our political debate and news coverage, the competition between the two parties is treated as one of personalities and ideas. 967 more words
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I know it’s McCain, but take it from someone living abroad. He’s right about this.