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Time to focus on real issues

I, for one, never want to see or hear of Barack Obama's ex-preacher again. I will not countenance scurrilous talk about how John McCain adopted his daughter. I will protest…

Edwards endorsement boosts Obama

Democratic front-runner Barack Obama has scored a coup in his White House nominating battle against Hillary Clinton by winning the high-profile endorsement of blue-collar champion John Edwards. …

The ugly reality of racism

A telling point about white, working class voters and how some of them will vote when (and it looks like when, not if) Sen. Barack Obama becomes the Democratic nominee…

Words and underlying racism

When Hillary Clinton claimed last week that Barack Obama was having trouble getting the votes of "hard working Americans, white Americans," much speculation ensued about whether she was intentionally exploiting…

And now a word from our sponsors

Everything is for sale, and this summer's Democratic National Convention in Denver is no exception. More than four dozen national corporations have signed up as sponsors of the convention -- everyone…

The list of convention sponsors

Organizations that have committed to sponsor both the Democratic National Convention in Denver and the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis and some of the issues they have lobbied on: …

Clinton’s win doesn’t mean much

Hillary Rodham Clinton's shellacking of Barack Obama in the West Virginia primary Tuesday may burnish her image as a champion of the economically disadvantaged and bolster her determination to campaign…

Clinton cruises to meaningless win

Hillary Rodham Clinton coasted to a large but largely symbolic victory in working-class West Virginia on Tuesday, handing Barack Obama one of the worst defeats of the campaign yet scarcely…

Will Clinton exit with a snarl or a smile?

"We cannot win with eggheads and African-Americans," Paul Begala, a Democratic strategist and Clinton ally, said on CNN last week. …

The politics of proportionality

In 1972 just following the California Democratic primary I walked down to the President's Room off the U.S. Senate chambers where reporters met members and asked the chief attendant to…