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How much does the Supreme Court decision mirror US public opinion regarding same-sex marriage?

Maybe with the different judges of the Supreme Court also the verdict would be different, and it is the verdict of the court, so based on the legal arguments, but still, how much the decision of the Supreme Court reflects also the changes of attitudes of the US public towards homosexuals? 946 more words


It is probably easier to count Reps who do not want to be president

Even Jeb Bush jokes about very crowded (and counting) GOP’s presidential field. Why is it so crowded, in our opinion and could it be an advantage or maybe a disadvantage for Reps, or basically it does not matter at this stage? 1,344 more words


Hillary's Social Strategy

A little over thirty months ago, I wrote a three-part article looking at social media as the ‘51st State‘ in US elections, and the importance it would play in the then-looming 2012 US presidential election. 309 more words

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Hillary's High Stakes In 2020

If you haven’t read part one, click here.

At this point, the neo-conservatives normally jump up and ask about the impact on children, and the millions of impressionable young folks that legalisation of cannabis would impress upon. 681 more words

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Tax, Tax, Pass | Legalisation Is Coming

As folks the world over celebrate 4/20, let’s take a look at the changes to cannabis legislation and public perception across the US. States have been changing their approach to weed rapidly in recent years: 689 more words

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Fired up, ready to go?

Just over a year ago I wrote that, whilst Hillary had yet to formally announce her candidacy or even suggest that she would declare an interest in running for president again, the Democratic base was “ 735 more words

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