Winners and Losers

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Thursday, November 04, 2004

John Kerry wasn’t the only loser this week. Senate minority leader Tom Daschle and several of his democratic peers lost their seats in Congress. With Republicans in control of all branches of government, the hand-wringing in the Democratic Party is just beginning.

Time to Organize

Kevin Gray,contributing editor to Black News, writes for Counterpunch, member of the South Carolina Progressive Network and former campaign manager for Al Sharpton in South Carolina says it's no time for Democrats to sulk
Doug Sosnikformer White House political director under President Clinton says the dems must find their ...


Democrat, Repbulican? What's in a Name?

Your calls and e-mails


Now What?

Tim Noah, writes the Chatterbox column for Slate on why Democrats should not: a)go more liberal, b)go more conservative, c)wait for the weather to change
» Slate


Bush Speaks

Live Coverage of President Bush's press conference
Mike Hirsh, Senior Editor, Newsweek At War With Ourselves, Oxford Univeristy Press on the presidents press conference


Ken Pollack on on Iran

Today is the 25th anniversary of the Iranian Embassy hostage crisis. A quarter-century later, relations with Iran are nearly as tense as they were then, with large numbers of US troops deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan, just beyond Iran's eastern and western borders.

Ken Pollack is a 'liberal ...


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