Tag Archives: Presidential Elections

Mike Davis :
Reflections on the election

Even the Cato Institute believes that the election was Clinton’s loss, not Trump’s win. By Mike Davis | The Rag Blog | November 17, 2016 We should resist the temptation to over-interpret Trump’s election as an American Eighteenth Brumaire or … finish reading Mike Davis :
Reflections on the election

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Jack A. Smith :
The election is over and life goes on

The clouds may be gray, but today we begin the struggle to fight against regression into the past. By Jack A. Smith | The Rag Blog | November 10, 2016 It is a gray overcast day in upstate New York. … finish reading Jack A. Smith :
The election is over and life goes on

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Ted McLaughlin : Electoral College? Sis Boom Bah.

Electoral College map. Image from Wikimedia Commons.A level playing field? The Electoral College and the popular vote By Ted McLaughlin / The Rag Blog / August 17, 2011 For the last 60 years or more a majority of Americans have … finish reading Ted McLaughlin : Electoral College? Sis Boom Bah.

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Mr. Ayers’ Neighborbood : Hanging With Bill on Election Day

‘Ayers seemed curiously calm and cheerful about the way he had been made an issue in the campaign.’ By David Remnick / November 4, 2008 Early this morning, the Obama family voted at the Beulah Shoesmith Elementary School, in Hyde … finish reading Mr. Ayers’ Neighborbood : Hanging With Bill on Election Day

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