Although much of what Sarah Palin says in her education plan for Alaska, reads like an undergraduate homework assignment, she does express support for something called ABC Schools.
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The biggest blow to one's confidence in John McCain's commitment to sound science came last week with his choice of running mate.
Obama should not choose Kaine because he opposes a woman's most fundamental human right to decide her own destiny by making her own childbearing decisions.
Do the Clintons intend to eviscerate what ought to be Obama's coronation at the Democratic Party Convention in Denver next week?
The economic crisis is not just a product of high oil prices but that's what we're served up. Meanwhile, the middle class, lower class, and the poor pay the consequences.
Only the wildly hypocritical McCain could have escaped any blowback from the debauchery and female exploitation in Sturgis. And, as an act of collusion, the visual media totally blinked.
"GM won't change anything until they have every operation overseas," says Danny. "This started back in the 1980s with Reagan... We know we're not going to get any help from McCain."
I argued that the first woman president should be one who didn't come in on the coattails of a man, but is it realistic to expect a female leader at this moment to be perfectly cleansed of male power?
We lost something for our nation's daughters who were sent a strong message about fairness during the primary season -- you can play, but it won't be a fair fight.
There is something culturally sick about defining such a critical election along racial lines alone. This election should not be a referendum on black and white. It should be a referendum on the Bush years.
Today, with the United States entering its sixth year of occupying Iraq, RFK's words about Vietnam still have resonance.
A little more than two weeks away from this state's January 15 primary, I have yet to hear a single person mention his or her intention to vote.
Eliot Caroom, Kim Farris, and Ellen Emerson White contributed to this piece for OffTheBus.
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