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Raw Talk on Gingrich, Americans Elect, Bloomberg and NBA Lockout, 11.27.11

Politic365's Managing Editor Charles D. Ellison and Chief Political Correspondent Dr. Jason Johnson hold a late night, late post-holiday raw talk session. Topics: how well will...

Andrew Sullivan’s Very White (and Racist) Burden

I was minding my own business on Twitter yesterday when I saw a tweet from one of my favorite political writers and fellow Wahoo...

Having My Rachel Maddow Moment

While most people spend their Thanksgiving Holiday driving to one of the major anchor cities in America to visit family (New York, Chicago, Atlanta,...

How the Polls Shake Out on Super Committee Meltdown

One thing is for certain about the meltdown of the Joint Special “Super Committee” on Deficit Reduction: the timing of its deadline could not...

Why Occupy Wall Street Must be Occupy Capitol Hill

by Matthew Stieglitz Occupy Wall Street has been beyond refreshing. It has shown a sustainable grassroots movement that borders on ‘60s radicalism, spreading across the...

Tony Carlos’ Quest for Cali’s 3rd

Recently Politic365 had a chance to speak with Tony Carlos, a GOP candidate for Congress in California’s 3rd Congressional District. Carlos’s candidacy as a Republican...

Latinos Down on Obama – What Else is New?

Earlier this week there was a piece over at Politico about Obama’s poll numbers  with Hispanics. Surprise: he’s not doing too well! His approval rating is in...

Arizona After Russell Pearce

Earlier this month, SB-1070 sponsor and Arizona state Senator Russell Pearce (R) was voted out of office in a historic recall election. Last week,...

#OWS and The People’s Surveillance State

by William Rivers Pitt, Truthout The advent of the Occupy movement, the length of time that movement has been able to hang fire, and the...

Did Media Drop the Ball on “Super Committee” Education?

It’s November 23, 2011. The world, according to most media outlets, was supposed to come to an end today because the Joint Special Committee...