Super Tuesday -- a hideous term that serves only to reinforce the "horse race" quality of our election system, a part of the old edge-out-the-competition paradigm.
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Hillary Clinton seeks power for its exercise, by her, in order to bring about the changes that most of us Democrats agree on; Obama, in the other hand, seeks to empower others.
Our future as a planet and species depends on our ability to create a new paradigm, more appropriate to the realities of the 21st century. Obama offers a glimpse of what that might look like.
There is a civility, I think, still evident in English life. And by that I mean not just good manners, but a sense of civic responsibility, a respect for others.
I want to talk about the response I get whenever I presume to talk about guns.
Unless there's a radical change in your favor in the coming three weeks, you should no longer stand in the way of this passionate reawakening of the American conscience.
I watched in dismay as the people's hero, the great liberator, turned into his own nemesis, the great dictator, the hectoring autocrat.
When Elizabeth Murray spoke of "the realm of yearning that your art comes out of," the words struck a chord somewhere deep inside.
Obama follows the way of the peaceful warrior, walking softly, always prepared, but never aggressive or deliberately provocative.
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