- Andreatta: Welcome to politics, Glickman - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle August 24, 2016Rochester Democrat and ChronicleAndreatta: Welcome to politics, GlickmanRochester Democrat and ChroniclePolitics ended Steve Glickman's quest to unseat state Sen. Rich Funke. His own carelessness had a lot to do with it, too. So did the state's highest court, when it unanimously ruled on Tuesday that Glickman failed to meet basic residency requirem […]
- Yes, Politics Is Sort of a Grubby Business - Mother Jones August 24, 2016Mother JonesYes, Politics Is Sort of a Grubby BusinessMother JonesBut there's still something wrong with a political system in which access goes to the highest bidder. The Clinton team is quick to argue that there's no evidence the meetings Clinton gave to big donors led to any official actions. But those donors get ...Essential Politics: Clinton F […]
- Selling a Lifetime Subscription to the Politics of Fear - Huffington Post August 24, 2016Selling a Lifetime Subscription to the Politics of FearHuffington PostStein was more diplomatic: “Right now so many people are tuned out [of] the election and out of the political system in general because they are accustomed to being ignored by that system. Was Bernie Sanders tuned out? I don't think so. I think he had ...and more »
- The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Don and Nigel's Brexcellent Adventure - The Atlantic August 24, 2016The AtlanticThe Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Don and Nigel's Brexcellent AdventureThe AtlanticHow Facebook Is Disrupting Politics: The 2016 election has become a social media war, with some political news outlets only publishing on Facebook. John Herrman offers a look inside the social network's massive media apparatus. (The New York Times […]
- Politics and Personality: Most of What You Read Is Malarkey - The New Yorker August 23, 2016The New YorkerPolitics and Personality: Most of What You Read Is MalarkeyThe New YorkerFor many political psychologists, it seems abundantly clear that traits and politics go together. There's evidence that many aspects of personality develop quite early in life and have a genetic component, but we don't become actively political until ...
- Andreatta: Welcome to politics, Glickman - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle August 24, 2016
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