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Entries by James Boyce from 11/2006

Have You Heard The One About The President Who Screwed Up A War And Killed 3,000 Kids?

| Posted 11.01.2006 | Entertainment
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What happens after you screw up is what matters. Kerry stood up and admitted he made a mistake. Racists will go into hiding and starting reading their opponent's old novels looking for the dirty parts.

MisCount On It: "Hacking Democracy" Is This Year's November Surprise

| Posted 11.02.2006 | Politics
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One of the most shocking pieces of this truly frightening documentary comes from a GOP candidate who in 1996 filmed 15 machines malfunctioning.

Is This Why Karl Rove Has Been Smiling?

| Posted 11.06.2006 | Huffington Post

Perhaps it's because he, obviously, has known all along that the Republicans were going to unleash a 12,000,000 plus robocall onslaught across the country.

My Friend Max

| Posted 11.07.2006 | Politics
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All of a sudden, it's the middle of the afternoon and you haven't voted yet. Please remember my friend and inspiration Max Cleland.

Tom Vilsack: Arrogant. Self-Absorbed. And Dead Wrong

| Posted 11.09.2006 | Huffington Post

A moment in history when we need to focus on rolling up our sleeves and fixing what's wrong, and some jerk had to stand up and say: it's all about me.

James Boyce's A Small, but Perfect Example of Fearlessness

Posted 11.09.2006 | Huffington Post

Courage comes in many sizes. But today, on her 4th birthday, I wanted to introduce you to a small but pure example of Arianna's definition of fearless...

A Small, But Perfect, Example Of Fearlessness

| Posted 11.09.2006 | Politics
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You faced your adventure, unable to speak with us, with the same strength you faced your first day on earth.

I Read A Newspaper Yesterday. It Made My Hands Dirty.

| Posted 11.13.2006 | Media
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I paid $2.50 to see advertisements and read stories that I knew about last week. I was left with a big bag of paper to recycle and stained hands and twenty minutes on the bike with nothing to read.

The Question Is Iraq. The Answer Is Jack Murtha. The Call Is Yours To Make.

| Posted 11.14.2006 | Politics
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We need to transfer the power and energy that is showing up here and everywhere online for Jack Murtha, bundle it up and send it to Washington, D.C.

How Old Are We Now?

| Posted 11.28.2006 | Politics
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A poll of the age of the readers of DailyKos has been taken and with almost 12,000 people replying to the survey, the number one age bracket is: 45-49 years old.