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Is Cory Booker For Real?
By Hunter Walker, Yahoo News
Booker is a spellbinding speaker and a gifted campaigner with an inspiring personal story — all of which could make him a strong candidate in 2020. But is he too good to be real?
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If Democrats Want To Win, They Need To Embrace The Power Of Rage
For a lot of Americans, life simply sucks and isn’t getting better. The Democratic nominee needs to channel their rage about that.
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Here Are The Democrats' 2020 Presidential Contenders With The Highest Staff Turnover
How well a candidate runs their current office can be a big indicator of how they’d run the White House.
Deval Patrick Says He Won't Run For President In 2020
The former Massachusetts governor cited the “cruelty of our elections process.”
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Richard Ojeda Announces Presidential Run After Losing House Race
The West Virginia state senator and Army veteran vowed to support working-class citizens and eliminate political elitism.
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Stephen Colbert Announces Possible Run For U.S. Presidency On Russian TV
Amid vodka shots, he invites anyone in the audience to "please let me know" if they want to work on his campaign.
What The Candidates Need To Know About Blacks And Money
Financial Expert, Journalist, Author
The next time you hear someone collectively ask the black community "What do you have to lose?" please tell that person the answer: $1.2 trillion.
Should You Vote For Candidate A Or Candidate B On Election Day?
John A. Tures
Professor of Political Science, LaGrange College
Let me tell you about a hypothetical election between two candidates (A and B), who both happen to be very real. See if you can decide who would do the best job of the two of them.
Therapists Responding To Anxiety Reactions Of Adults And Children In Today's Political Climate
Laurie Hollman,Ph.D., psychoanalyst w/kids,teens,adults;author...
Here's an example about a woman also written as a composite of working women that I treat to disguise any particular patient
Children of Aleppo ask Presidential Candidates a question
In war-torn Aleppo, children ask the Presidential candidates questions just before the last debate of the election.
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Children Of Aleppo Plead For Help
In October, The Huffington Post spoke with children from war-torn Aleppo who all asked for help.
Get Smart Fast: The Candidates on Fracking
By Elizabeth McCulley Gore
Chair of the Government Relations Department at Brownstein Hy...
Where are the presidential candidates on the contentious issue of fracking? The American energy renaissance was sparked by
Women Voters: The Key Element To Any Winning Election Formula
Vice President of Government Relations and Advocacy at America...
This continues to be an election year like no other. None of the typical rules apply, pollsters are scrambling and pundits are fumbling. But there is one thing that has remained constant. Politicians know they can't win without women voters.
Life Expectancy and Presidential Candidates
Manoj Jain MD
Manoj Jain, MD MPH is an infectious disease physician, a write...
When you are 70 years old, you are bound to have some medical problems, so I am not sure why the media and the public is making a hoopla about the medical histories of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Why I Won't Be Watching Tonight's "Debate"
Writer, blogger and champion of the Feldenkrais Method
After reading that tonight’s presidential debate is expected to attract 100 million viewers, a word popped into my mind: spectacle. Then an image arose: bullfight.
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Removing One Word From These Political Headlines Makes Them Completely Disturbing
Concocting Mad Lib-style scandal.
Sportsmen to Candidates: Stand up for Public Lands
Executive director, National Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountai...
Public Lands Under Assault During the past two years, sportsmen's and other conservation organizations have helped defeat
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The Presidential Candidates Still Aren't Talking About Our Food Supply
The food we eat matters for our economy, our health and our environment. Do Clinton or Trump agree?
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The Conundrum Of Being A Moderate Republican Woman In 2016
"Every election I get more disenchanted with the Republican party."
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Breaking News: Love Heals The World
Dr. Cheryl Pappas
Social commentator, writer and psychotherapist
Are All Politicians Narcissists At Heart?
Susan Krauss Whitbourne
Professor Emerita of Psychology, UMass Amherst; Adjunct Profes...
Narcissism: It's the term we love to throw at the larger-than-life public figures who seem to want nothing but nonstop attention and the center of the 24-hour media cycle. Politicians are particularly good targets for the narcissism label.
Really? You're going there?
Wife, mom, grandma, writer, social media geek, leader, Christ-...
Like many of you, I am worried about the state of our country in light of this insufferable political season. I know, politics is such a taboo topic for many, because it can bring out our deepest fears and greatest passions.
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