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The Real Reason Some Of Us Need To Leave Our Phones Off The Hook During Dinner

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Ever hear the phrase “one voice, one vote?” Yeah, that’s a lie. Turns out our presidential elections are really decided by a few voters in a few states. It’s really a double whammy: If you don’t live in a “battleground state,” your vote doesn’t mean as much. And if you do, well, you’ll probably want […]

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Americans agree on several issues, but 1 is keeping us torn apart. Here are 4 key facts.

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The presidential race is underway, so we should expect to hear more about money in politics from the candidates. It is, after all, a factor that determines how politicians respond to all other issues and ultimately how people’s lives will be affected by the policy outcomes. Photo by Peter Stevens/Flickr. So far, it hasn’t come […]

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We Both Know You'll Listen To Morgan Freeman Say Anything, So Spare Us The Denial And Watch This

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I am sick and tired of politicians’ empty promises. Seriously, when will our leaders *actually* just do what they say? Well, these top-notch A-listers are having none of it and are holding Obama accountable. Will you be joining them? On June 17-18, Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet at the G-8 summit. Make sure you join the movement and sign […]

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FACT CHECK: Was There A Single True Statement Made During The First Presidential Debate?

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“As it turns out, winning a debate is surprisingly easy when a candidate decides he can say anything and expect to get away with it.” — Steve Benen Sources: Annie Lowrey, “Presidential Debate Fact-Check and Updates — 7:35pm.”  The New York Times, Oct. 3, 2012. FactCheck.org Quote  Lori Robertson and Eugene Kiely, “Romney’s Economic Exaggerations.”  […]

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