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Seattle’s Progressive Agenda

Image by Theresa Thompson / (CC BY 2.0) “Seattle is really one of the most interesting places in the country right now” Reporting on one of the brighter spots in the 2015 election, John Nichols pointed to several progressive initiatives

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More Canadians Go To Polls In 2015

Click image to open voter turnout article at CBC Image by Sally T. Buck (CC BY-NC 2.0) A “surge in voter turn-out” will result in Canadian liberals forming a new majority government with 68% of eligible voters casting a ballot.

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Many Hispanic Citizens Do Not Vote

Image by Uri Breitman(CC Licensed: BY-NC 2.0) Jim is a neighbor who volunteers to register voters. He recently told of a particular challenge in reaching out to Hispanic folks in the community, adding that they gave various reasons for not

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Gun rights vs. rights of minors?

Prinnie and Mahalia Singing With 600,000 Kid’s in Sydney The death of a shooting range instructor in Arizona raises several questions in the mind of this citizen. But, before jumping up on the soap box I want to just say:

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Politics – a Special Topic

Image from:How To Debate Politics Like A Gentleman More and more, I have begun to see politics—as a matter of discussion—as something of a special topic; and, not necessarily one to be avoided. Two recent examples will help me explain.

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Hello Nation

Something stuck inside me when I learned that neither one of my sons was registered to vote. That was over a year ago, and with the 2012 elections approaching I began to wonder… How can you help someone understand a

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