We’ve gone from Dean for America to Trump for Trump.
What’s the PCLOB and why should you care? In the election year of 2004, President George W. Bush quieted down anger at his constitutional record by signing a law creating a Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board to protect Americans’ rights during his War on
Leonard Pitts’ latest column: Last year, Barack Obama was elected president, the first American of African heritage ever to reach that office. If this was regarded as a new beginning by most Americans, it was regarded apocalyptically by others who promptly proceeded to lose both
Every now and then, I’m looking through some of the policies that Congressman Dennis Kucinich supports, and wondering why he didn’t get more support as a presidential candidate in 2004 and 2008. Then Kucinich reminds me, with comments like this one he made on the
OK, really now, it’s time for the bumper sticker to come off. To put things in gentle perspective, I saw a Mondale-Ferraro bumper sticker on the back of a beat-up Chevy a few months ago.
The web site for Hawai’i for Democracy isn’t there any more. It’s been replaced by one of those generic placeholders that sells credit cards and insurance.
Prepare for Fundamentalist Christian Upset at Secret Service Inauguration Cross Prohibition (Where Else Do We Look?)
In 2005, fundamentalist Christians were outgraged at the inauguration of George W. Bush as President. No, they weren’t upset at George W. Bush himself, who was the president most friendly to religious fundamentalism (as long as it was Christian) in memory. But they were mightily
With the new red nations of Chesapeake and Mackinac, a shared waterway is what defines the small national identity. The blue nation of Montana is landlocked, but it has a border with Canada.
Barack Obama doesn’t have military experience, but conveniently, Robert Gibbs has not seen fit to criticize that.
Earlier this year I looked at statistics of bumper sticker, button and t-shirt sales from the 4th week of May 2008 and compared them to our sales statistics from the 4th week of May in 2004. What I found indicated that the two elections were
Even with Barack Obama pulling ahead a few points in national and swing state polls, there’s a lot of concern among Democrats that the presidential election may be too close to call in the end. That’s why you have political operatives like Kennedy and Palast hyperventilating about stolen votes once again.