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USA Today Under Fire for Fact-Checking Trump's "Lie-Filled" Medicare for All Op-Ed Only After Publishing It
"Seems like a...sequencing problem," noted one critic as another said newspaper should have upheld journalistic standards by telling president to "go pound sand" over rampant falsehoods
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Not Just the NSA: Politicians Are Data Mining the American Electorate
As long as we’re opening a discussion about data mining, might we consider the fact that it’s not just the government that’s paying attention to our digital entanglements. There’s a reason why the National Security Agency was interested in accessing the servers of Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook...
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Obama Copyright Move Cheers Advocacy Groups
A broad coalition of digital advocacy groups and individuals, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, MoveOn.org's Eli Pariser and Stanford University law professor Lawrence Lessig , are applauding Barack Obama 's stated commitment to open government and suggesting ways he can show that...
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Liberal Groups Feel Welcome Again in Washington
Environmentalists, labor unions, civil rights advocates and others place their hopes on Obama.
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The Electronic Activist
Can digital organizing work in the real world?
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MoveOn Grows Up
What Started Online in '98 Has Transformed Liberal Politicking
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Antiwar Activists Split Over Obama's Troop Plans
WASHINGTON - Barack Obama's plan to build up U.S. forces in Afghanistan while keeping perhaps 50,000 troops in Iraq has triggered a deep rift among antiwar activists, a reminder of the difficult tasking facing the presumptive Democratic nominee as he tries to broaden his appeal. The Illinois...
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Did Top Dems Make A Dangerous Right Turn?
Some supporters say Clinton, Obama had nothing to gain by appearing on Fox TV
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Anti-War Groups Target Vulnerable Republicans
WASHINGTON - Anti-war groups launched a nationwide drive Monday to unseat Republican members of Congress by linking the multi-billion-dollar costs of the Iraq conflict to the flagging US economy. Failed Democratic presidential contender John Edwards said that Americans felt "great concern and...
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A New Moment? The Grassroots and the Party, 1964 and 2008
The swirl of the primary season is intoxicating and the media love it. If the ratings records set by the recent political debates are any indication, the ongoing primary battle may yet save cable TV. "Super Tuesday" -- the night that was supposed to wrap everything up -- didn't (for either party)...
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