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If Tom Feeney has his way, he'll get to decide the next President of the United States.
In Gore Vidal's novel of post-World War I Washington, Hollywood, the
toughest ticket in town is a pass to the Senate debate on the League of
Florida revisited: Schadenfreude amid the carnage of the democratic process.
NEW YORK--In the aftermath of September 11, pundits were quick to proclaim the American left a victim of the war on terrorism, for two reasons.
George W. Bush, whose administration is addicted to secrecy, wants presidential papers classified indefinitely, not for the usual 12 years.
The recent election has shown that election reform is necessary to preserve our democracy.
Serious shortcomings in voting access were illustrated in the 2000 'recount.'
The contested presidential election is hard to sort out, but news outlets still try to proclaim unfounded 'facts.'
The 2000 presidential election debacle showed that the country needs electoral reform, but there's only silence from both sides of the aisle.
September 11 showed us true American heroes. Now let's build on their strength.