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New Yorker Magazine depicts presidential candidate and his wife in a very stereotypical way. Has the New Yorker gone too far? Od is it fair play? Elizabeth and Kent weigh in on this hot political topic.
16 Aug 2008
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BARACK OBAMA tours Afghanistan and the Middle East with all three anchors from the three major networks. Did he get too much press coverage? Elizabeth and Kent weigh in on this political hot topic.
16 Aug 2008
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Go to playingpoliticstv**** for more videos! John McCain released this clip on YouTube than quickly set it as private. Is Obama love a real phenomenon or is it a figment of the right's imagination? Elizabeth and Kent weigh in on this political hot topic.
16 Aug 2008
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Barack Obama was elected the 44th President of the United States on November 4, 2008. This made headlines coast to coast and worldwide.
6 Nov 2008
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Education is often cited as the cause of rising inequality. But it can't be behind the top 1% pulling ahead of the bottom 99%, doubling their share of income since 1979. For one, 27% of Americans have college degrees, 10% have graduate degrees, and 2% have doctorates. Yet, it isn't the PhDs and MDs who are pulling ahead the most, it's the CEOs and heirs. The rich are two small a group, and the're pulling ahead of the most educated professionals, leaving most college grads in the dust.
6 Jan 2009
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Without taxes, there is no liberty, because liberty requires government. Freedom requires rights, rights require government, government requires taxes. The social construct of private property, for instance, does not exsit without a legislature declaring and defining it. It cannot become a palpable reality without a criminal justice system. The same if true of other basic freedoms, such as the freedom to attain a college education, the freedom to retire and seek medical care.
3 Jan 2009
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It's not just shrking GDP, falling house sales, or corporate failures. It's stagnant wages despite productivity gains. Americans have become more productive and hard working since 1980, yet virtually all income gains have gone to the very top of the income latter. Adjusted for inflation, The median hourly wage has increased by only $1.30 since 1973, while the share of household income held by the top 1% has doubled since 1979.
7 Mar 2009
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So what does a liberal do with an iPhone? *******www.britethorn**** Voices by Chip Bradley
3 Jun 2009
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Rush Limbaugh holds a press conference to tell everyone hes still alive
3 Jan 2010
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Mass. Sen. Scott Brown is already running against an opponent who insists she's not even in the race: MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
27 Mar 2010
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29 May 2010
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29 May 2010
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