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Tom Friedman: Emanuel Left White House For Chicago Because Of 'Unpleasant' Social Media
Thomas Friedman tells Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer that Rahm Emanual left the White House to run for mayor of Chicago because he didn't want to put up with "unpleasant" people on social media and blogs.
Tom Friedman: Emanuel Left White House For Chicago Because Of 'Unpleasant' Social Media
Thomas Friedman tells Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer that Rahm Emanuel left the White House to run for mayor of Chicago because he didn't want to put up with "unpleasant" people on social media and blogs. Read more...
Mike's Blog Round Up: a round up of the best liberal blog posts of the day. Read more...
It's time for your weekly podcast from our own Driftglass and Bluegal, otherwise known at The Professional Left. Enjoy the podcast and don't forget to vote for Bluegal if you'd like to help send her and Driftie to Netroots Nation this year at Democracy for America's site. Read more...
Let me start this post--in which I plan to castigate several entities--with a castigation towards myself, a mea culpa, if you will. Over the weekend, I posted that the size of the crowds of the One Nation Working Together rally were roughly Read more...

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I want to thank everyone that donated to C&L's Fellowship Action Fundraiser back in May. I've been using the funds to accomplish many things inclu Read more...
As a native Hoosier, the Quayle family has a special place in my heart. The same way that red meat has a special place in my colon. From what Read more...
Fred Clark of Slacktivist writes one of those blogs that I just love. He's smart, compassionate and very, very perceptive. This piece on the credi Read more...
Angry Bear: A number of the big libertarian & rightwing blogs are putting up links to this post by Scott Sumner. I'm kind of surprised because the Read more...
George Galloway interviews Andy Worthington on UK knowledge of torture on Guantanamo detainees for Digital Radio. I don't know that there is anyone Read more...