Tag Archives: Senate

“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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Elena Kagan


There are a few things that make Elena Kagan, President Obama’s nominee to fill Justice Stevens’ seat on the Supreme Court, a more easily-confirmable nominee than others may have been: She has never been a judge before. In terms of … Continue reading

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He’s Reached the Dark Side


To me, John McCain’s story is a sad one. As the Arizona GOP’s primary draws near, the difference in the polls– between McCain and J.D. Hayworth (his GOP contender)– have begun to close drastically. An April 17th poll concluded that … Continue reading

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Crist the Cunning


On April 29, the Governor Charlie Crist (R-FL) declared that he will run as an Independent in November’s Senate race, and encouraged Florida Independents to support and vote for him. After lagging in the polls against his Republican primary opponent, … Continue reading

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Breaking the Mold


Oh, how the tables have turned. In light of Justice Stevens’ retirement announcement, the White House will begin to determine a nominee to be approved by the US Senate. Whereas in the not-so-distant past, only a white male nominee would … Continue reading

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