Tag Archives: Daily Kos

Elizabeth Warren and Bowzer…. starting day two at Netroots Nation

I’m incredibly frustrated. I’m seeing a lot of good stuff at the Netroots Nation conference, but, unfortunately, technical difficulties have been thwarting me at every turn. I thought that I was being sufficiently cautious when I packed two cameras, but, now that I’m here, neither seems to be working. My old Flip camera is refusing […]

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Please vote for me to be your representative at this summer’s Netroots Nation conference

As I’ve mentioned here on the site before, there’s a big progressive blogging conference that takes place each year called Netroots Nation. Well, this year, it’s scheduled to take place in Providence, and, a few days ago, I got an email from the good folks at Democracy for America encouraging me to apply for one […]

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So, shall we vote for Santorum tomorrow in the Republican primary?

A week or so ago, when discussing the Michigan Republican primary, some of you indicated that you intended to cross party lines in oder to vote for Rick Santorum. And, now that we’re just a few hours away, I’m wondering if any of you have had a change of heart. Personally, I don’t think that […]

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The campaign to Fire Rick Snyder

There was apparently a big push today in the petition drive to recall Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. According to Daily Kos Campaign Director Chris Bowers, the organization on the ground, which now numbers some 4,000 volunteers and 80 county captains, is beginning to gain momentum. Most noteworthy among the recent announcements is the fact that […]

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The Public Option, alive, scratching at coffin lid

I don’t know if it’s for real this time, or if it’s just more political posturing on the part of certain Democrats, but it seems as though the so-called “public option” may not be as completely dead as we’d been led to believe. The following clip comes from The Hill: …The recess week ended up […]

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