Archive of Articles for September, 2012

Program Note

[ Posted Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 – 22:51 UTC ]

OK, folks, this conventioneering is one whale of a lot more time consuming than I had thought. I apologize for being remiss in posting articles here. To slightly rectify this situation, I am going to post two articles in the next hour or so from our roving correspondents, Malcom Fox and none other [...]

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Quick Update

[ Posted Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 – 16:46 UTC ]

Just a quick update as the Democratic National Convention gets rolling here.
I wrote a new article last week which is now appearing on the Huffington Post, but I don't have access to the text file of the article right now, nor do I have time to copy and paste and do a bunch of formatting. [...]

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Guest Convention Correspondent -- My Road To The Convention

[ Posted Monday, September 3rd, 2012 – 12:00 UTC ]

I was five when President George Bush "beat" candidate Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election. At the time I had no clue about politics or party philosophy. However, I did know Al Gore received more overall votes in the election than George Bush, then the members of Supreme Court voted on who would become the next president, and they elected Bush. The election was the first political event that I can remember clearly in my life, and although I was always bound to be a liberal (given the household I grew up in), that lost election established my anti-conservative opinion. I followed the Kerry/Bush election in 2004 with determination (or at least all the determination a nine-year-old can muster), thinking I could somehow impact the results of the election. Of course I was wrong.

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Obama Poll Watch -- August, 2012

[ Posted Sunday, September 2nd, 2012 – 17:17 UTC ]

Obama's average monthly job approval rating gained 0.6 percent this month, to finish up at 47.8 percent. His job disapproval rating slightly ticked up 0.2 points, to close at 48.3 percent. This leaves Obama a half a point underwater in the polls -- better than last month's 0.9 percent down.

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