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Where are the tormented thinkpieces on Clinton voters? The majority-white demographics of American newsrooms may answer this question.
Philippa Willitts provides an overview of the major positions in the UK’s political parties in advance of the snap election in June.
With crushing inevitability the country is slouching towards a Conservative government.
Relations with Russia, the EU and the United States take a backseat to the more immediate problems facing Ukraine at this juncture.
It’s easy for Americans to believe that an election could be stolen in Iran, but next to impossible for most of us to believe that it could be stolen in our own country.
The speed with which the results were announced has concerned many, especially since it breaks with existing protocol.
If anything, this all reminds me of a German fringe party that smartened up its act to win power back in the late 1920s.
If it was not for a group of unpaid, dedicated bloggers, the Irish people might still be wondering who would represent them at both local and European level.
I reminded him that if I couldn’t respect people of differing viewpoints, I couldn’t stay married to his mother. He said he figured it was because I was cheap, and didn’t want to give up half of what I own.