• Google, Privacy and the Government0

    As close to home as Henderson, Nevadans can feel Republicans closing in for their vote, but one issue that’s barely being discussed could be more relevant then voters realize. As the internet connects people in new ways from great distances, information storing quietly gives us new reason to take a hard look at our civil

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  • Banks On Minds Of Voters in 20122

    Approaching a pivotal time in the voting year Americans find themselves sifting through many personal conflicts and refining their beliefs in what a leader should look like. Progressive minds are still waiting to see the full promise of President Obama or the Rise of Ron Paul, someone to best match the image of a man

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  • Have They No Shame?3

    Is this for real? Really? Did a bunch of Florida Republicans really boo an active duty soldier at last night’s GOP Presidential Debate? The audience at tonight’s GOP presidential debate in Orlando, Florida commemorated this week’s repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell [DADT] by booing Stephen Hill, a gay soldier, as he asked Sen. Rick

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  • Joe Heck Brings “Pay-Per-View Congress” to Nevada6

    Yet again, the person who claims to be my member of Congress won’t get anywhere near me… Nor any of his other constituents who can’t pay Republican clubs to ask him questions. Oh yes, that’s right. “Pay-Per-View Congress” has come to Nevada with a vengeance, and we have Joe Heck to thank for that! Don’t

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  • Austerity Failed Nevada0

    According to some pundits, Brian Sandoval is “Teh Awesomest Gube… EVAH!” and Nevada’s current economic woes have nothing to do with our unsustainable “growth begets growth” economic delusion model. Ever since the state budget agreement was cobbled together at the very last minute, we seem to have yet again forgotten why Nevada can’t get out

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  • On Distractions, Destitution, Weiner-gate, & Mittens0

    (Also at Nevada Progressive & Daily Kos) Look! A poll, a poll! What could it say? Only 29% of voters think the economy will get better in the next year, while 30% say it will get worse and 39% say it will stay about the same. The number who feel the economy will get worse

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