Make sure you are registered, and if not, do it now!

These instructions are for Pennsylvania: You can verify you are registered by calling a phone number on this list. In Philadelphia it is: Mr. Bob Lee Voter Registration Admin. Riverview Place, 520 N. Delaware Ave. 5th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19123-4295 (215) 686-1500 OR 1505 If you are not registered, or have changed your personal information […]

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Richelle watched the news today and….

My wife Richelle was keeping a watch on the news while I was at Temple University today, to see how things would be reported. She wrote an email to me summarizing her frustration. I told her I wanted to post it to my site, I think it’s a great piece of media criticism. So… after […]

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Remarks of John Kerry

This election is about choices. The most important choices a President makes are about protecting America, at home and around the world. A president’s first obligation is to make America safer, stronger and truer to our ideals. Only a few blocks from here, three years ago, the events of September 11 reminded every American of […]

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Data Smog and the debates

…increased fragmentation of the television audience with the decline of the networks and the rise of cable channels might diminish the viewership for the debates and thereby change their effect. Recent studies of the debates four years ago by Prof. Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and […]

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