Posts Tagged ‘politics’
The former president traces America’s “moral crisis” to the rise of fundamentalism.
(Mother Jones, June 2, 2006)
In November, John Key led his National coalition to victory and became New Zealand’s third prime minister of Jewish descent.
(World Jewish Digest, November 2008)
Commentary: Contrary to perception, voters in early primaries prefer safe, centrist candidates.
(The New Republic, September 1, 2006)
Comedian Al Franken trades in his radio show to make a run for the U.S. Senate.
(World Jewish Digest, June 2007)
Bill Hillsman made his name in political advertising with spots that bucked the tired old formulas and got people talking. He’s not impressed with what he sees out there this political season.
(Mother Jones, September 13, 2004)
Tags: 2004 election, advertising, bill hillsman, business, interview, jeff fleischer, jesse ventura, minnesota, mother jones, northwoods advertising, paul wellstone, political advertising, politics, ralph nader, run the other way
Female politicians are running high-profile races in Illinois. Judy Baar Topinka challenges the Democratic incumbent governor, Melissa Bean defends her congressional seat and Tammy Duckworth bids for Henry Hyde’s open seat.
(Women’s eNews, July 7, 2006)