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Not to Be Missed

From the New York Times yesterday, on the Kerry-concession process: For much of Tuesday, campaign workers exuded confidence after surveys of voters leaving the polls showed Mr. Kerry with an edge ...
Politics & Policy

Acorn & The Money Tree

Reports of voter-registration fraud are tiresomely commonplace. From the 6,000 ineligible felons listed on Colorado’s voter rolls, to the cocaine offered in exchange for registrations from Mary Poppins and Dick ...
Politics & Policy

Home Is Where The Tax Break Is

In his race to capture Tom Daschle’s U.S. Senate seat, John Thune has often highlighted one of his rival’s major disqualifications: He’s not really a South Dakotan. #ad#”Throughout this campaign we’ve ...

Speaking Truth to The Dark Power

Voters have no choice in this election. Bush and Kerry are the exactly the same, didn’t you know–because both were in Skull & Bones. So says Ralph Nader, speaking at ...
Politics & Policy

Go, Fish!

The soon-to-be-released animated kiddie flick Shark Tale, from DreamWorks SKG, tells the story of a fish named Oscar (voice by Will Smith) and his adventures in Reef City (think of ...
Politics & Policy

A Fitting Choice

New York, N.Y.–On Monday, shortly before midnight, Julie Klausner and Neil Casey stand at the corner of 34th Street and 7th Avenue. They greet Republicans streaming from Madison Square Garden ...

One Other Note

Re: Teresa: “He [Kerry] believes that alternative fuels will guarantee that not only will no American boy or girl go to war because of our dependence on foreign oil, but ...

A Note Re Last Night

Re: Rep. Mike Honda, DNC Deputy “Chair”: Describing his family’s time in a Japanese internment camp during WWII, “Our government did this to us and to 120,000 other loyal Japanese ...