by PsiFighter37, Thu Jun 22, 2006 at 06:04:24 PM EDT
(cross-posted at Deny My Freedom)
There has been so much going in recent days - and on issues of fairly great importance - that I'm not too surprised that I haven't read anything around the blogosphere regarding an issue that will have an impact on the Democratic Party's nomination process. In a story that slipped under the radar, the DNC decided to only let in two additional states into the early going of the presidential nomination process instead of four states, which had been the original plan.
CONCORD, N.H. - A Democratic National Committee panel considering changes to the presidential primary calendar voted Thursday to allow just two other states to join Iowa and New Hampshire in voting early in 2008.
If the full DNC adopts the recommendation, one state would be allowed to hold a caucus between Iowa's caucus and the New Hampshire primary, and a second would hold a primary shortly after the New Hampshire contest.
by pennquaker08, Sat Jun 03, 2006 at 10:41:07 PM EDT
This is completely hypothetical, and just for fun, but what would be the dream team you'd assemble if the Dems were to win the 2008 election?
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by Gary Boatwright, Wed Mar 22, 2006 at 09:09:41 PM EST
I don't know what time The Daily Show airs in other times zones, but there is still time for Left Coasters to catch the only Democratic Presidential contender from the Democratic wing of the Democratic Party.
For a preview of coming attractions, skim Steve Lopez's column in today's L.A. Times, What the Homeless Need First: Homes.
I'm going to be putting together a series of diaries on my recent experience with homelessness in Orange County California. It appears that Orange County has succeeded from the union and is no longer subject to California law.
by shlenny, Wed Mar 22, 2006 at 07:21:56 AM EST
Yesterday President Bush announced that the US will have military presence in Iraq at least until the end of his term in 2009:
While the pundits question whether Bush announcement was planned or if it was wise, there is a more pragmatic question that we should keep in mind. More...