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Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said in an interview that Tuesday’s elections look like a “pretty big sweep” for progressives. “They are having a big night,” he said. “My belief is that progressive Dems are a lot more appealing to mainstream voters than tea party advocates,” Dean told me in an interview just after Rep.
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Miss America’s eating disorder When Kirsten Haglund took the Miss America crown in 2008, she had been starving herself for years McCarton Ackerman , The Fix Sunday, Sep 16, 2012 1:00 PM UTC Life The Fix , Eating Disorders Miss USA contestants: Unevolved? The contestants were asked whether evolution should be taught in schools. Here are our winners and losers
Sunday, 16 May 2010 11:39 Left-wing American linguist Professor Noam Chomsky was denied entry into Israel on Sunday, for reasons that were not immediately clear. Chomsky, who was scheduled to deliver a lecture at Bir Zeit University near Jerusalem, told the Right to Enter activist group by telephone that inspectors had stamped the words "denied entry" onto his passport when he tried to cross from Jordan over Allenby Bridge.
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Please indicate in your comments who you've called and the response. As we begin to collect names we will update you periodically. We may even begin a health care heroes honor roll, for those members who will pledge to attend. United States Capitol switchboard (202) 224-3121 House of Representatives U.S.
Length: 7:44 minutes (7.08 MB) Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR) Free Speech Radio News and Pacifica Radio are airing two 1-hour broadcasts from the Campaign for America's Future annual conference in Washington, DC. Previously known as "Take Back America," this year's "America's Future Now" conference is a major gathering of U.S. progressives to strategize and organize around advancing a progressive agenda. Confirmed speakers include Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Bill Moyers, Arianna Huffington, Rep.