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“Change We Can Believe In”


My brother and I both want a certain candy bar, but he just won’t give it up. So, I tell him that I’ll do his chores for a week if he hands over the candy bar. I get the candy … Continue reading

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Don’t Blame the Architect


On a warm June evening in 1858, a young, unknown senate hopeful addressed a Republican convention inside of the Illinois State House. With full-bodied conviction, he set in motion what would later grow into his movement against slavery: “A house divided … Continue reading

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Party Conformity


I consider myself a liberal. AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee) is America’s premier pro-Israel lobby. They’re considered — across the board — to be a pretty right-wing group in terms of Middle East politics and America-Israel issues. A … Continue reading

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