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The Urgency of a Progressive Challenge to Hillary

Some questions to make the 2016 nomination earned, not anointed.

American Shame

Sometimes what you protest against is what you become.

The Physics of Modern Media and Politics

In political inertia, "a body at rest stays at rest until the voters decide to act."

NASCAR Politics: Turn Left and Gun It

So it all gets harder for Democrats, but it is never impossible.

Hooey Defeats Human: The Undecided Voter

Undecideds inevitably say they are looking for "the candidate who will do the most for me."

Hobby Lobby, Birth Control and Dissent

What I Learned from Loving Phil Donahue

Partisanship Brutalizes a Great American Doctor

Then the realities of today’s politics sink in.

President Obama, Leave Medicare Alone!

Why hand the Republicans such a gift?

Putin Chews His Options on Ukraine

And now, even body-language experts are getting in the act.

Pugilistic Pachyderms

2016, here we come!

Congress’s Two-Party “Hot Potato” Game

While politician's play their selfish game, citizens suffer, and so will their children.

El Papa Nuevo and the GOP

Could the newly elected pope be the Republicans' gift from god?

Death of a Mississippi Politician

Questions surround the death of one of the state's "first viable openly ‪LGBT candidates."

Demographonomics and the Fiscal Cliff

A detached, politically correctless look at the forces growing the economy in the years ahead.

The CFR at the DNC: Inspiring and Uplifting

Elizabeth Burke reports from the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC.

Libya, the Invasion Continuum, and Us

Congress has no Constitutional right to abdicate to the executive branch its power to declare and wage war.

George W. Bush’s ’05 Inaugural, the Deep Irony of Egypt and...

"To seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture."

Republicans, Democrats and the Great Divide

I, unlike my liberal counterparts, do not think I should walk around in shame because I am a registered Republican.

The Decade to Think Big

While the Aughts saw much to be ashamed of, we also have much to be joyous about.
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