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@ErinCassese: “Trump’s comments are more than just... commonplace campaign metaphor; they are unethical.”
Trump's "Second Amendment people" comment raises specter of campaign violence beyond common political metaphor.
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.Neil Sinhababu, expert on girlfriends in alt universes + value of philosophy in Age of Google Boise State Fri:
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Danish Foreign Minister in '92 on EU vote/football victory: “if you can’t join them, beat them.” http://buff.ly/29KgdTd | Mark Herron, TBR
EU: "It is Denmark’s best option for making an impact on the world, which we, for good and bad, are a part of.” — Danish PM Prime Lars Løkke Rasmussen
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Some history of Mary Borah from the Knoxville (Tenn) Focus http://buff.ly/29IRU8Y via Marc C Johnson
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POTUS in the journals: US Health Care Reform: Progress and Next Steps
In this Special Communication, President Barack Obama reviews the Affordable Care Act: why he pursued it, what it has effected, and how the health care system can still be improved.
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Woodward historical slideshow on Boise's Cruise http://buff.ly/261NDIk
Back in the news Idaho Statesman http://buff.ly/1OuEtw1
Park near the intersection of Eleventh and Main in downtown Boise on a weekend evening and you’ll witness a contemporary ...
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“Public communication is seen, at best, as a nice, but unnecessary bonus.” http://buff.ly/2bzjqXE from Amy Schalet, PhD of PEP_UMass Amherst
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TBR is now part of the Newly rebooted Idaho Center for History and Politics, via #BoiseState UPDATE
Hear from political scientist Justin Vaughn and history professor Jill Gill, co-directors of the Idaho Center for History and Politics.
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A Danish perspective on #Brexit --> Dexit unlikely, from Danish political pundit Mark Herron, for TBR
EU: "It is Denmark’s best option for making an impact on the world, which we, for good and bad, are a part of.” — Danish PM Prime Lars Løkke Rasmussen
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“Conventions are fascinating, and they actually matter.” #BoiseState #SPS Dean Corey Cook in Idaho Statesman
“I’m not going to the convention in Cleveland in hopes of seeing an “open convention” and a nomination fight unprecedented in modern times,” says Boise State political scientist Corey Cook. “I’m not going because I’m enticed by Trump’s promise to bring ‘showbiz’ to Quicken Loans Arena. As a political scientist, I’ve been attending conventions of both parties for far more simple reasons: Conventions are fascinating, and they actually matter.”
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Followup from Marc C Johnson: Gay baiting, McCarthyism, "Little Joe" Welker and the 1954 suicide of Sen. L. Hunt
Joe McCarthy, Herman Welker, Lester Hunt and the Lavender Scare, the widespread persecution of gay and lesbian Americans during the McCarthy Era.
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Freemuth and Justin Vaughn: Poll questions matter, esp. re: #publiclands
Recently, Idaho Politics Weekly reported a poll result that found, “Three-fourths of all Idahoans want the federal land in the state turned over to state government management.” This would seem to tell us a great deal about how Idahoans feel about the public lands issue. Yet there have been a number of other recent polls that report numbers nowhere near this high, with support for “turned over” federal public land often in the minority.
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The Blue Review presents lively commentary, informed scholarship and critical conversation on politics, cities, the media and the environment. We aim to deepen public involvement and understanding, to debate the ideas of our time and place and to bridge the worlds of academia, journalism and the public interest. We strive for independence, transparency and collaboration and set high editorial standards. The Blue Review is a project of the Boise State University Publications Office in the College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, embracing the university’s state-mandated public affairs mission.
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