• ‘Whiteness of Whiteness’ Resists The Voting Rights Act0

    The United States Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments in the case Shelby County v. Holder, which examines the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  This key provision requires a process called “preclearance,” consisting of a panel of judges who determine whether a change in voting standards is fair.  Its historical purpose

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  • Cause of US Debt Explained in Short Video18

    The election is already over and here I stumbled onto a video I found which explains better than any other source exactly what policies are causing our enormous national debt.  I already was aware of the facts, but this lays them out well.  You may be surprised which political party’s policies are primarily the cause

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  • New GOP or No GOP11

    This was the last election the GOP had a chance to win by simply going after a white male dominated majority.  With major demographic changes to the electorate projected over the next 4 to 8 years the Republican Party will either have to dramatically change both its xenophobic and ethnocentric rhetoric and policy positions, or

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  • Real fraud is in Voting ID Laws3

    With the elections too close to call everyone has highlighted the importance of voting in these elections. However, recently there has been a great emphasis on voter fraud, many states passed laws requiring a state-issued ID to be able to vote in order to avoid impersonation fraud. I myself encountered a creepy poll watcher when

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  • Republicans Responsible For Increasing Cost of College0

    Government backed student loans, the Pell Grant and state-based scholarships have helped millions of students get a college degree, and have helped improve our society by leaps and bounds over the past 60 to 80 years.  Since the 1970s, Republicans have been eroding away at college accessibility and affordability under the name and guise of

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  • Why I Became A Democrat8

    Why did I become a Democrat?  It’s an interesting story, so I hope you will read through.  Recently, a member of my own party has brought up that I used to be a Republican and even fed it to a local blogger who subsequently posted the details.  I’ve always been open about my political past. 

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