You wouldn't accept this behavior from a teacher; why accept it from our leader?
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New PBS "Frontline" documentary "Whose Vote Counts" focuses on Wisconsin as it examines issues around access to voting.
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He is being influenced by people who will dismantle our Constitution.
A slam-on-the-brakes approach isn't helpful.
Good points, but no.
It is imperative that we liberals, if we achieve a victory, celebrate without gloating and proceed with forbearance.
"Quiet religion rarely bothers anyone," Boston College political scientist Alan Wolfe told me. "Not so with loud religion."
The campaign has centered on domestic issues, but all of them have a global component.
It seems poised to do it again.