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The Know Nothing Party flag

BE ELECTED by Meg White Here’s a thought: John McCain didn’t pick Sarah Palin to be his VP because she’s a woman. He didn’t pick her because of her adeptness at winking onstage, or her folksiness, or her so-called “family values.” He picked her because she appeals to the Know Nothing wing of the GOP. [...]

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BE ELECTED by Meg White McCain’s propensity for using the line of address, “My friends…” is well-documented. It seems to really bug a lot of people, but no one can quite put a finger on why. I can’t speak for the rest of you, but I know why McCain’s oft repeated salutation gets under my [...]

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A BUZZFLASH NEWS ALERT by Meg White A decade ago, it would have been unthinkable to have a presidential candidate with a stance on abortion that was largely unknown to the American people.  But as Sarah Blustain, senior editor at The New Republic, found out, while writing a piece about John McCain’s real position on [...]

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A BUZZFLASH NEWS ANALYSIS by Meg White The collective eye-roll over Sen. John McCain’s religious campaign ad attacking Obama’s supposedly grand ego truly misses the point. While many are able to find a laugh in the idea that Obama was sent to the Earth by the devil, there are frightening numbers of people who may [...]

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A BUZZFLASH NEWS ANALYSIS by Meg White The latest Rasmussen Poll really missed its mark. They were trying to get to the bottom of the recent argument between the Republican and Democratic nominees’ assertions that each is responsible for injecting race into the presidential debate. Obama recently said this at a campaign stop in Springfield, [...]

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A BUZZFLASH NEWS ANALYSIS by Meg White Ah, if only we could survive on Ben & Jerry’s ice cream alone. Alas, it’s nearly impossible to avoid corn products from Archer Daniels Midland (or paying their corporate welfare with our tax money). But one website, BetterWorldShopper.com, can make it easier to parse the good companies from [...]