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Maher Tears into PC Liberals: Where’s Your Outrage on Violent, Oppressive Islam?

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Category: Politics

From www.mediaite.com

Bill Maher may agree with the left on a lot, but one thing that bothers him is constantly-outraged liberals staying silent on Islamic atrocities. Maher said it’s ridiculous for President Obama to claim ISIS isn’t Islamic, because looking at the actual beliefs of ISIS and many Muslims around the world shows that much of Islam “has too much in common with ISIS.

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Power and solidarity at the grassroots

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Sunday, October 12, 2014
Category: Politics

From www.opendemocracy.net

In an age of professionalization, both of politicians and of activists, the journey of self-taught politicization of the Focus E15 mothers is a remarkable one -- and an example of genuine, grass-roots politics in Britain.

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Rhinoceros Party of Canada, or Why Canada used to own politics

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: Politics

From mononcqc.wordpress.com

The Parti Rhinoceros, known as the Rhinoceros Party of Canada was a satirical federal political party in Canada from the 60s until the early 90s. They were much of an entertainment source and a kind of protestation party for voters.

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Jacob Weisberg for Democracy Journal: A Bridge Too Far

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Friday, October 3, 2014
Category: Politics

From www.democracyjournal.org

As the Watergate scandal metastasized through the summer of 1973, California’s Republican governor stood by his President. Ronald Reagan described the Ervin Committee hearings as a “lynching” and a “witch hunt.

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Joe Biden in GQ on Being President in 2016

Thursday, July 25, 2013
Category: Politics

From www.gq.com

That′s No Joke. Consider: He is the most quietly effective politician in D.C. (Don′t laugh.) The "Most Influential Vice President in History." (Seriously, stop laughing.) One of our nation′s most senior statesmen.

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Grand Old Party for a Brand New Generation

Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Category: Politics

From www.scribd.com

Conventional wisdom incorrectly holds that young people naturally favor Democrats. This is used primarily as an excuse for the GOP’s poor performanceamong young voters in recent elections, and is typically accompanied by the suggestion that Republicans focus their turnout and persuasion effortselsewhere.

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Political failure modes and the beige dictatorship - Charlie′s Diary

Saturday, February 23, 2013
Category: Politics

From www.antipope.org

Parties are bureaucratic institutions with the usual power dynamic of self-preservation, as per Michels′s iron law of oligarchy: the purpose of the organization is to (a) continue to exist, and (b) to gain and hold power.

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The Republican D.C. Never Knew It Needed: How Darrell Issa became the District′s best friend in Congress - Washington City

Friday, January 18, 2013
Category: Politics

From www.washingtoncitypaper.com

It’s hard to imagine a less likely ally for a city that went 91 percent for Obama in November. But beginning with that May 2011 hearing, on issue after issue, Issa has demonstrated his interest in letting D.

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Against pragmatism

Sunday, January 6, 2013
Category: Politics

From www.prospectmagazine.co.uk

Modern politicians—taking their cues from advertising and business—tend to use words which come attached with an aura of positive buzz, often without having a grip on what they actually mean. “Pragmatism” is a classic example.

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The story behind Mitt Romney’s loss in the presidential campaign to President Obama - Nation - The Boston Globe

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Monday, December 31, 2012
Category: Politics

From bostonglobe.com

An examination by The Globe of how the 2012 presidential election unfolded shows that Mitt Romney’s problems went deeper than is widely understood. The campaign made a series of costly financial and political mistakes that, in retrospect, all but assured the candidate’s defeat against the revolutionary turnout tactics of President Obama.

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