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Vote No on Proposition 37: Genetically Engineered Food

Producers can, on their own initiative, label their foods as non-genetically engineered. The same purpose that Proposition 37 attempts to accomplish would then be served. Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 36: Three Strikes Law

This is the seventh part of a series of posts analyzing California’s propositions: Vote Yes on Proposition 30 – Jerry Brown’s Budget Plan Vote No on Proposition 31 – Changes to State Budgeting Vote No on Proposition 32 – Union-busting … Continue reading

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The Advantages of Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballots enable voters to make informed decisions, especially about local elections and measures which nobody has heard of. Continue reading

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Why Joe Biden Will Probably Win the Vice Presidential Debate

On Thursday the Vice Presidential debate will occur, testing Vice President Joe Biden versus Republican hopeful Paul Ryan.

Joe Biden will probably win that debate. Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 32: Union-busting

Proposition 32 is mainly aimed at weakening unions. It’s billed as a campaign-finance reform proposition, but it’s pretty clear that the main target is labor unions. Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 31: Changes to State Budgeting

This is the second part of a series of posts analyzing California’s propositions: Vote Yes on Proposition 30 – Jerry Brown’s Budget Plan Vote No on Proposition 31 – Changes to State Budgeting Vote No on Proposition 32 – Union-busting … Continue reading

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Obama Debating Before He Was Famous

Before Barack Obama was president of the United States, he famously lost a congressional primary against Congressman Bobby Rush. In this race, as in many other races, there was a televised debate between the primary candidates (Obama, Rush, and another State Senator Donne Trotter). Continue reading

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