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2008 Democratic National Convention

Democrats Can't Unite Unless Wasserman Schultz Goes!

Bill Moyers | Posted 05.22.2017 | Politics
Bill Moyers

Rep. Wasserman Schultz is facing a primary challenge for the first time this year, her opponent a law professor, activist and progressive Sanders supporter named Tim Canova. But the primary's not until late August, long after the Democratic National Convention.

The "Superdelegates": Always Intended to be Independent

Lanny Davis | Posted 02.18.2016 | Politics
Lanny Davis

If independent superdelegates now seem problematic after 26 years, then let the debate begin about eliminating them. But only after the convention - not before.

Why Jimmy Carter Wouldn't Run For President Today

The Huffington Post | Igor Bobic | Posted 06.04.2015 | Politics

Former President Jimmy Carter says he can't see himself running for president in today's political climate, in which an unprecedented influx of new mo...

A Colorado Decade In Retrospect: The Biggest Stories And Trends Of The 00's

Craig Alan Silverman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Craig Alan Silverman

So much of America's best and worst happen here in the Centennial State.

Aching for Immigration Reform

Venkat Srinivasan | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Venkat Srinivasan

While the economy dominates all issues, African immigrants continue to hope that immigration reform does not fade into oblivion either.

Why the West Must Be Won

Gary Hart | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Gary Hart

Starting about 35 years ago, I've argued the political importance of the Western United States, especially in my own Democratic party.

Memo to Obama: Let the Floor Vote Roll

Shireen Mitchell and Adele M. Stan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Shireen Mitchell and Adele M. Stan

By allowing the roll call to take place, Obama would honor not just what Hillary Clinton achieved with her 18 million votes, but the promise of even greater accomplishments by Democratic women in the future.

Democratic And Republican Conventions Vow To Be Greener Than Ever

Kate Sheppard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Kate Sheppard

Both the Democratic and Republican national conventions have pledged to go greener this year. And they've drawn mockery for their efforts -- particularly the Democrats.

Democrats Heading For A Messy Convention

Politico | Roger Simon | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

The Democrats may be heading for a fine mess. Because of party reforms in the past and a close race for delegates this year, a nightmare scenario is ...