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This article explains exactly why it is that every single significant (read: profitable, from an ad revenue perspective) election in the last couple of decades has been "too close to call" for as long as possible.
The media, like many institutions involved in US politics, badly needs a competitive race.
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As I've been saying for a year: Clinton 2016 = Kerry 2004. You really want "electable" (=uninspiring)??!
If you think that supporters of Bernie Sanders are first and foremost angry about matters of policy -- for instance, the way our broken campaign finance ...
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Sanders’s candidacy has beaten back elite, establishment corporate centrism, offering his party a viable progressive alternative. That’s why he has already won.
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When U.S. politicians talk about Scandinavian-style social welfare, they fail to explain the most important aspect of such policies: selfishness.
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The exact same bootstrap page everyone else makes.
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Whatever one says , your system of democracy is still the best. We in India is still grappling with a kind of hodge podge constitution ended up with numerous amendments and still requiring another in almost everyday of the parliament session. A few Americans who are under influence of whites supremacy will soon join the main stream. God bless America. God bless the American Media.
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I just saw that in the NYT this morning!!
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Writer of Bart to the Future episode, aired almost exactly 16 years ago, says idea was consistent with vision of US ‘going insane’
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New Zealand could become one of the first developed countries to scrap benefits and introduce a basic citizens’ income. Leader of the opposition Andrew Little said his Labour party was considering the idea as part of proposals to combat the "possibility of higher structural unemployment". Citizens’ income, also known as Universal Basic Income (UBI), involves a basic, unconditional, fixed payment made to every person in the country by the s...
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The Italian parliament is due to pass new laws cutting red tape for shops or supermarkets who wish to donate food - making it Europe's second country after France to introduce new legislation
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It's also something that could easily be ratfcked by the Republicans.
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I'm very sad that the way station closed!
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reviewed 2 months ago
I became a patient at Brookside Dental in 97 when I first moved to the area and worked in Redmond. Almost 18 years later, I still have never gone to a different dentist, despite the fact that I have LONG ago moved to Seattle. The twice-yearly trip over to the Eastside is a small price to pay for such excellent care. While growing up, I frequently had cavities and problems with my teeth, and while some dentists were less bad than others, toothaches seemed to be my lot in life. Ever since getting treatment here, a weight was lifted from my shoulders. A root canal, an extraction, a few crowns and fillings later, and the pain that so often visited me became a distant memory. The work Dr. Cindy did has held up incredibly well, and I am so grateful for the care I received. Every treatment I received was as painless and quick as possible, while also extremely well executed. I also appreciate that any "upsell" of additional services, such as whitening or braces, was only ever low-key and a "No, thanks" is respected and left at that.
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My favorite Sunday breakfast place. I like dinner there, too.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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The friendliest barista ever.
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