The Gateway (Democracy Takes a Holiday Edition)
Democracy Takes a Holiday. For half of New York Senate races, incumbents have no challengers www.democratandchronicle.com
The New Tolerant Intolerance: Hatred of the Other uniting the entire monotheistic religions spectrum. Senator_&_Manny_Tavarez_1st_Piece_English www.flickr.com
Gianaris is correct when he says the Sen Dems $1.4 mil debt is inside baseball; the problem is that as long as it remains, their message (such that it is) will also be such. NY Senate Dems debt looms large in campaign
In which we learn Naomi Rivera's strongest opponent gave money to the RNC and McCain.
"One City, One Standard" cried Rudy G in his 1993 campaign, and communities like Borough Park shouted and voted their approval, even though many suspected what he really meant was "no special privileges for blacks."
I know it sounds like loony left propaganda, but it's true: Ryan believes fertilized eggs are protected under the 14th Amendment, but not women. Romney's VP Pick Wants to Severely Limit Reproductive Rights www.slate.com
A short guide to GOP TOTV (Throw Out the Vote) operations. Art of War
The Jesse Jr. situation is interesting as the first recorded case of a pol being more depressed than the voters. Jesse Jackson Jr. undergoing treatment for bipolar disorder www.washingtonpost.com
Voucher for parochial education?
Fitzgerald said there are no second acts on American lives, but the 80s revival seems to be in full force. in Palm Beach County Florida, ground zero of the Gore tsunami, the Democratic Party entrusts a prime battle ground to former Upper East Side Assemblyman (and minor sex scandal) Marc Alan Siegel. Meanwhile in New Republic, cartoon coverage of the 2nd decade of the 21st Century is being entrusted to Marc Alan Stamaty, and his old 80s reliable, Bob Forehead. Bob Forehead www.tnr.com
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