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The 2004 election revisited, part 3






Election Integrity Revisiting the 2004 election. Part 3. Still working in the holiday season—a useful change of work from hearing about Gingrich/Santorum/et al. is to remember the problems in 2004. Whoever wins the GOP nomination this year will have to do some fancy stepping to win the White House. Re past tactics, forewarned is forearmed. Title says it all On March 31, 2005, a group… Read More

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The 2004 election revisited, part 2






Revisiting the 2004 election. Part 2. Still in the spirit of the holidays, following up on the 2004 presidential election Electoral College, 2004 Not merely was the Electoral College manipulated. What happened in November 2004 to the popular vote? The question is raised by, among others, Jonathan D. Simon, J.D., of the non-profit Verified Vote 2004, and Ron P. Baiman, Ph.D., Institute of Government and… Read More

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The 2004 election revisited, part 1






Revisiting election 2004. Part 1 Ohio results as published 2004 As the U.S.A. heads into a new election year, a string of GOP presidential candidates has demonstrated conclusively that each will need all the help s/he can get, to get into the White House. Thus it is timely, in this holiday season, to review the 2004 election. Short story: Election Day 2004 involved more signs… Read More

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There Was Never Going to Be ‘Bipartisanship’






There Was Never Going to Be ‘Bipartisanship’   President Obama is receiving credit, rightly, for being considerably more polite and decent to his strident opponents—neocon media personalities, the GOP in Congress, former Republican candidates for office—than George W. Bush and his cohorts ever were to Democrats. He didn’t even wear garlic, going to dine with George Will, Bill Kristol and a host of other neocons… Read More

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What is the ‘centrist’ number of Americans and Iraqis killed in Iraq?






In 1971, decorated Vietnam War veteran turned antiwar activist John Kerry asked a Senate committee, “How do you ask a man to be the last man killed in Vietnam?” Today we need to ask an updated question: what is the centrist number of people killed in Iraq? [Example headline: “Democrats Push Toward Middle On Iraq Policy,” WashPost Sept. 13, 2007] Twentieth-century physics upended previous ideas… Read More

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