By the time of the next presidential election four million new voters will be eligible to cast their ballots. They were all born in 1994. The college students and young professionals of 2012 will have very little memory of a pre-9/11 America, including its political scene, save for the occasional famous event or speech mentioned in High School history books, but even then only superficially. They may know that Clinton got friendly with an intern, […]
Despite the promises of bi-partisan efforts and the rhetoric about "working together to get things done" the Democratic leadership in Washington, as well as far-left bloggers seem to be taking on more aggressive approach to the debate through the elimination of opposing views. There's nothing Democratic about it, but I suppose that's one way of getting things "done."