Tag Archives: 2004 Election

Historic Korea

I saw a special on TV yesterday in which they were discussing a Life Magazine article discussing the most important events of the last millennium. Number one on the list was the invention of movable metal type by Johannes Gutenberg … Continue reading

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A Case In Point

Check the full text of the remarks made at ILCA workshop in Washington, D.C., Nov. 12, 2004 by Jeff Cohen What I’ve found inside TV news is a drunken exuberance for stories involving celebrity, lurid crime and sex scandal — … Continue reading

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Going Forward

Over the past three weeks, I have highlighted many issues facing us as Americans hoping that you connect the various threads in order to see the bigger picture. It is true that most often we as humans are unable to … Continue reading

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Meanwhile

How the hell did Bush get elected? The religious thing put him over the line, with some significant voter suppression, but he should not have even come close. Any reasonable person educated on the relevant topics could come to only … Continue reading

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Cambridge Postcard

Cambridge Postcard via andrewsullivan.com “My wife and I were in New York on 9/11. We had walked the city streets the afternoon after the destruction of the twin towers. Walking the streets of Cambridge the day after this election we … Continue reading

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Thank God for Smart People

In an article by someone who “work[s] with statistics and polling data every day” we get a reasoned view of the questions still unanswered after this month’s election. In trying to explain the discrepancy between exit polls and the reported … Continue reading

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Rethinking, Pt. 1

Many initial reactions to the November 2 elections have been questioned such as the idea that the youth vote did not turn out as predicted. In fact, this demographic voted in record numbers. Unfortunately, other groups came out in force … Continue reading

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What the Foreign Press Thinks

A foreign perspective on U.S. politics. (November 2004) Why? Bush won by a large margin: 3.5 million votes. He won the majority of the popular vote (Clinton never did). Furthermore, his party increased its majority both in the Senate and … Continue reading

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Can We Count On the Count

Nobody likes bad news, but . . . Can we count on the count? Kerry Won. Here are the Facts. TomPaine.com Friday, November 5, 2004 by Greg Palast I know you don’t want to hear it. You can’t face one … Continue reading

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