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The Senate Imbalance

In a country where one man/one vote is supposed to be the ruling philosophy, the Senate makes a real mockery of that concept. As shown in the illustration above seven low population states, including Iowa, swing a big hammer in … Continue reading

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You Are Involved In Georgia’s Results. Donate

That trip you were planning on taking over one of the holidays that you no longer can? Now you have a bit of extra money. Want to do a really good deed for the country and yourself with at least … Continue reading

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Rob Hogg Forms Exploratory Committee For US Senate

When I spoke to Rob Hogg about his July 8 announcement, he emphasized it was an exploratory committee to consider a run for U.S. Senate against incumbent Chuck Grassley. If Hogg was precise about framing the discussion, it matches his … Continue reading

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Keystone XL And The U.S. Senate

During the run-up to the Nov. 18 vote on S-2280, a bill to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline, I messaged Senators Tom Harkin and Chuck Grassley, asking them to vote no. Harkin voted no, Grassley yes. Senator Grassley sent along … Continue reading

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Bob Kerrey Sings, Democrats Dance

This is an amazing video of one of the most touching and authentic moments in politics ever. Lawrence O’Donnell devoted a large portion of his show to Kerrey last night after his surprise announcement that he will run for his … Continue reading

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