Monthly Archives: September 2008

The View From Afar, And Why It Matters

By Paul James Growing up as a kid in the East End of London, I was fascinated by all that the USA had to offer, as were most of the impressionable young generation of my day. The aura pervading the … Continue reading

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Race in the Race

By Patricia Wilson-Smith It’s been a roller coaster ride. For those of us who have been Obama supporters from┬áDay One, it’s been like being on the world’s largest roller coaster after eating a chili dog from Atlanta’s famed Varsity Restaurant. … Continue reading

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The Scripted ABC Interview

On last night, we finally got to see Sarah Palin on the hot seat with ABC’s Charlie Gibson. Forget about your political affiliation – watch THIS video, and tell me that this woman hasn’t been seriously coached on how to … Continue reading

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The Obama Community

By Patricia Wilson-Smith The Republican Convention has been nothing if not entertaining. I started to skip the whole thing – I thought it would just be too darned hard to watch so many uppity people casting aspersions on my favorite … Continue reading

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