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James Bond and the Walther PPK Pistol: A History
The Walther PPK may be the most famous and widely-known handgun in the world, due to one thing--it's the gun that was carried by the fictional "licensed to kill" British spy James Bond, Agent 007, ...
Lenny Flank 08/14/2014 19 16 - -
The war that (almost) never was: why World War I was NOT inevitable
by Stephen Yellin I first want to thank everyone who read, recommended and praised my articles covering the “Countdown to World War I” from July 23rd through August 4th, along with the 3 ...
MrLiberal 08/10/2014 26 34 1 -
Countdown to World War I: August 4, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 08/04/2014 35 33 2 -
Countdown to World War I: August 3, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 08/03/2014 14 25 1 -
Countdown to World War I: August 2, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 08/02/2014 19 22 - -
Countdown to World War I: August 1, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 08/01/2014 13 30 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 31, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/31/2014 22 22 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 30, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/30/2014 33 27 1 -
Countdown to World War I: July 29, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/29/2014 13 25 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 28, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/28/2014 63 28 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 27, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/27/2014 29 31 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 26, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/26/2014 23 22 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 25, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/25/2014 18 23 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 24, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is part of a series of daily articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the ...
MrLiberal 07/24/2014 17 18 - -
Countdown to World War I: July 23, 1914
by Stephen Yellin This is Day 1 of a series of articles that covers the run-up to the catastrophe of World War I in July 1914. The diplomatic crisis exactly 100 years ago was sparked by the murder ...
MrLiberal 07/23/2014 10 20 1 -
The countdown to World War I: the lead actors in a global tragedy
by Stephen Yellin It was 100 years ago this July that the countdown to the apocalypse of World War I took place. It was instigated by the murder of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Franz ...
MrLiberal 07/19/2014 31 20 - -
The real Europe of 1914: class war, civil war and private wars on the eve of World War I
by Stephen Yellin I have written about 2 major milestones in the march to World War I in the last 2 weeks: the 100th anniversaries of the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife by a ...
MrLiberal 07/12/2014 39 41 1 -
The "blank check": 100 years after Germany opened the door to WWI
by Stephen Yellin Last week marked the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie in Sarajevo by a Bosnian terrorist – the spark that led to World ...
MrLiberal 07/05/2014 61 59 2 -
“Franzi” and “Soph”: the personal tragedy that sparked WWI
By Stephen Yellin One hundred years ago today a 19-year old terrorist fired the first shots of what ultimately became the First World War. The consequences of his act, taken with other acolytes of ...
MrLiberal 06/28/2014 36 49 1 -
Mitt Romney: "I Dreamed A Dream"(with apologies to 'Les Mis' fans)
One of my all-time favorite musicals will be going to the big screen next month. Les Miserables , based on the novel by Victor Hugo, features some of the most remarkable songs ever composed for ...
MrLiberal 11/11/2012 8 2 - -
Polls, pundits agree: President was clobbered by his challenger
A few days have passed since the 1st Debate, and the reviews have been pretty unanimous in stating how the President got his proverbial backside kicked. It would seem that Americans agree with that ...
MrLiberal 10/09/2012 30 2 - 200
September 11th: 4 things to "never forget"
I first want to apologize to those expecting my follow-up articles on the history and significance of the national political conventions. I am now teaching a class at Rutgers University, as well as ...
MrLiberal 09/11/2012 24 29 2 412
When the convention mattered: a historical overview (Part 1)
by Stephen Yellin In the modern era of American politics, the Democratic and Republican National Conventions have turned into a 4-day pep rally and narrative booster for the presumptive nominee. ...
MrLiberal 08/29/2012 12 19 4 147
To be a patriot: Adlai Stevenson, McCarthyism and a message for Independence Day
On this 4th of July, I want to tell you about a man who not only had the courage to fight the darkest impulses of our nation, but who challenged Americans to use a different definition of “patriot��
MrLiberal 07/04/2012 32 76 3 303
The conservative who saved the New Deal (part 2 of 2)
by Stephen Yellin Yesterday I covered the first part of the story of Charles Evans Hughes, the Republican who ultimately held the fate of millions of Americans in his hands as Chief Justice of the ...
MrLiberal 06/27/2012 8 8 - 48
The Progressive Who Stopped the New Deal (part 1 of 2)
At this critical juncture in American history, the Chief Justice of the United States seemingly leads a group of 4 colleagues in halting vital efforts to make our country more prosperous, healthier ...
MrLiberal 06/26/2012 25 57 4 496
News Flash: SCOTUS ACA decision on THURSDAY, opinion (likely) by Roberts
The United States Supreme Court has finished issuing its decisions for today, per SCOTUSblog's continuing coverage. This means that the Affordable Care Act decision will be released on Thursday, ...
MrLiberal 06/25/2012 54 9 - 396
France 2012: Hollande, Sarkozy in runoff, right-winger LePen with record showing
by Stephen Yellin I'm not sure if anyone here has reported on the French Presidential election results that came out earlier today, so here goes... France had its 1st round of the Presidential ...
MrLiberal 04/22/2012 121 94 3 752
General Jonathan George: American hero, Democrat for Congress
If you could conjure out of the air the best possible Democratic candidate to run for Congress in a competitive race, in the Heartland of America, what life would you have them lead? What values ...
MrLiberal 12/28/2011 9 10 - 201
GOP wins House redistricting battle in New Jersey
Bad news out of New Jersey this morning, where a decision has been reached as to how the Garden State's 13 Congressional districts will be reduced to 12, and what they will be comprised of (...
MrLiberal 12/23/2011 10 2 - 124
Gen. Ricardo Sanchez drops out of TX US Senate race
I just received the following e-mail from the campaign of retired General Ricardo Sanchez, who was running as a Democrat for the open Senate seat of Texas Republican Kay Bailey Hutchinson. General ...
MrLiberal 12/16/2011 25 8 - 257
I wasn't in favor of OWS. Now I am.
By Stephen Yellin I have to make a confession to all of you, coming from a longtime diarist here and one who was proud to get Democracy for America's endorsement in my race for local ...
MrLiberal 11/16/2011 206 369 10 1610
Remembering Grandpa Harry, the labor organizer
By Stephen Yellin (Note: I am running for Township Council in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey this year!) Today was Harry Avrutin's favorite day of the ...
MrLiberal 09/05/2011 8 13 - 59
Jack Layton, Canadian extraordinaire has died at 61
Sad news today out of our neighbors to the north: New Democratic Party father-figure Jack Layton has succumbed to cancer at the age of 61.
MrLiberal 08/22/2011 99 124 5 743
A deficit worth wiping out: "Faith, Hope and Charity"
(Note: I'm running for Town Council in Berkeley Heights, NJ this year. My website will have an online contribution system soon!) By Stephen Yellin In this era ...
MrLiberal 07/10/2011 2 1 1 27
The "Founding Fathers" who lost their lives and fortunes - but not their honor
On this Independence Day, as Americans celebrate their freedom with parades, parties and fireworks, we should pause to honor and remember the many "Founding Fathers" (and Mothers) who made it ...
MrLiberal 07/04/2011 11 13 - 80
New Jersey goes Wisconsin - with a little help from Democrats
(Cross-posted at Blue Jersey , where it has been very well-received) by Stephen Yellin, ...
MrLiberal 06/17/2011 9 14 - 78
A look at New Jersey's 2011 Legislative elections
Hi all, This is is my first diary at DailyKos Elections, although my DailyKos work goes back to 2003. As a longtime admirer of Swing State Project, I'm glad to see their work gain momentum and well-...
MrLiberal 06/03/2011 20 8 1 96
Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) to announce retirement at Noon (EST)?
Update: David Cantanese at Politico has wrote that Kyl WILL retire in 2012. No official word yet, ...
MrLiberal 02/10/2011 19 6 1 162
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) to retire in 2012
The Dallas Morning News is reporting that U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison will not seek reelection in 2012, based on a letter sent from her to supporters earlier today. ...
MrLiberal 01/13/2011 69 15 1 208
I'm writing about running for local office - want to help?
Hey Kossacks, I've decided to become an author, and I need your help in making the book worthwhile. Perhaps the deluge of depressing political news in November and December 2010 ...
MrLiberal 12/12/2010 21 9 1 33
Final thoughts on my campaign for Council
Hi Kossacks, So, I lost my race for Council in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. As many good Democrats did nationally (and a few bad ones, I might add), and in different parts of New Jersey. In the ...
MrLiberal 11/03/2010 14 9 1 45
Update on my Campaign: 48 Hours to Victory!
Hey Kossacks, Stephen Yellin, aka "Mr. Liberal" here. As a blogger at DailyKos since 2003, I've been able to take some of the lessons learned from writing here in the blogosphere, and put ...
MrLiberal 10/31/2010 14 20 1 221
Heading into the Home Stretch (and why I love running)
Hey Kossacks, With just 11 days left until November 2nd, I've been working hard to win in Berkeley Heights, where I'm running for Township Council. My website is ...
MrLiberal 10/22/2010 3 3 1 22
Lessons I’m learning as a Candidate(by Stephen Yellin)
Hi Kossacks, A little over a month has passed since I last updated the blogosphere on how my campaign for Township Council (in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey) is progressing. You can read the ...
MrLiberal 10/01/2010 6 4 1 61
A few thoughts on Lisa Murkowski's (likely) defeat
The strong possibility that Alaska's Republican U.S. Senator, Lisa Murkowski has lost renomination in a staggering upset has given me a lot to think about. Perhaps that's because Senator Murkowski ...
MrLiberal 08/26/2010 32 12 1 47
What DailyKos means to me
My first article as “Mr. Liberal” on DailyKos was published on October 26, 2003. I was 15 years old, and had just been named by ...
MrLiberal 08/23/2010 29 29 2 37
An Update on my Campaign (from Stephen Yellin)
Hello all, Four months ago, I set out on an unusual political journey. It was unusual because, unlike all the campaigns I had worked on before, the campaign I was working on was my own . ...
MrLiberal 08/16/2010 8 3 1 35
Longtime Kossack (me) to run for local office
Hi all, I'm Stephen Yellin, aka "Mr. Liberal". Some of you "old timers" here at DailyKos will remember me, as I used to contribute to the front page here (during the 2004 campaign cycle), as well ...
MrLiberal 04/09/2010 59 167 2 51
What to watch for in a close New Jersey election (an analysis)
By Stephen Yellin Note: For this article, I am relying on David Leip’s Atlas of U.S. Elections. His website can be found at US Election ...
MrLiberal 11/01/2009 21 7 1 115
New Jersey news: Corzine picks progressive for Lt. Governor
Hot off the wire, and hot on the heels of the mass arrest of several New Jersey politicians (as well as several rabbis) on corruption charges, comes the news (now confirmed) that Governor Jon ...
MrLiberal 07/24/2009 36 21 3 24
Why I still want Jon Corzine as my Governor - an Introduction
Hey everyone, It's been a long time since I've written a diary here, although I regularly check DailyKos for the latest news and views. As a "veteran" of the blogosphere (I've been writing online ...
MrLiberal 05/20/2009 17 4 2 10
Ohio GOP Congressman trying to pass as a Democrat to win
Hey Kossacks, I haven't posted here in a long time, in part because I've been busy working on the ground for a Democratic victory in New Jersey. But I want to bring to your attention that a ...
MrLiberal 11/03/2008 17 13 2 112
NJ-Sen 2008: When it comes to Iraq, consistency counts
Hello all, I'm writing this article on my 20th birthday. I note that because I wrote my first blog post seven years ago this month, on PoliticalWire.com. The power of the Internet, the role of ...
MrLiberal 04/09/2008 3 2 1 5
Why I'm Proud Frank Lautenberg Is My U.S. Senator
(Note: Senator Lautenberg has drawn a primary challenge from Congressman Rob Andrews. This is a diary in support of Lautenberg, with no strings attached) I first became active in New Jersey ...
MrLiberal 04/02/2008 26 14 2 7
Iranian Parliamentary Election Results: Ahmadinejad In Danger?
Hey Kossacks, First, a shameless plug for yours truly: I've been profiled in PC World's recent feature called "Meet the Whiz Kids: 10 Overachievers Under 21", which is also now available on ABC News'
MrLiberal 03/15/2008 28 4 1 6
(Another?)Ohio GOP Congressman caught red-handed
(Disclaimer: I am not a resident of OH-03, but a friend of mine, Jane Mitakides is running against Mike Turner, so I very much like to see him defeated) It sometimes seems to me that lost ...
MrLiberal 02/11/2008 22 31 1 45
MS US-Senate: Judge rules for Special Election for Lott's seat
It appears that the US Senate race to replace Trent Lott in Mississippi will be taking place sooner than expected - if Judge Bobby DeLaughter's ruling stands.
MrLiberal 01/14/2008 36 43 1 14
MS-US Senate: Barbour Chooses Wicker to replace Lott
As we all know, Mississippi Republican and former US Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (he of great infamy for praising Strom Thurmond in 2002, thus losing his promotion) announced his resignation ...
MrLiberal 12/31/2007 23 21 1 15
Joe Biden Was Right about Pakistan...and a lot more
Note: I guess you could consider this an "endorsement" diary of sorts; however, I should say that it's taken me several months to come to this conclusion. Most likely, my vote (in NJ) won't ...
MrLiberal 12/29/2007 88 9 1 29
My Congressman Is Retiring! Yay! (NJ-07)
Breaking News from the Garden State (aka New Jersey): Congressman Mike Ferguson (R-NJ07) will announce later today that he is retiring from his House seat in 2008. This is ...
MrLiberal 11/19/2007 23 21 1 18
New Jersey's Legislative Elections Tomorrow: A Preview
By Stephen Yellin With all the attention that has been paid to the Presidential race in recent weeks, in addition to other national and international issues, it's easy to forget that there are ...
MrLiberal 11/05/2007 18 13 2 84
NJ-39: Bergen Record calls out Cardinale, GOP cohorts
By Stephen Yellin “Rep. Scott Garrett, R-Wantage, hates poor people. Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan hates immigrants. And state Sen. Gerry Cardinale, R-Demarest, loves bankers.”
MrLiberal 10/22/2007 3 5 1 8
NJ-39:Note to Gerry Cardinale: Senators in Glass Houses...
By Stephen Yellin From the way Republican State Senator Gerald “Gerry” Cardinale (the leading obstructionist in New Jersey’s legislature) talks about ethics, you’d ...
MrLiberal 10/18/2007 4 - 1 10
NJ-39 Series: When it comes to ethics, Cardinale is “Gerry”-atric
In my last article on New Jersey’s 39th Legislative District, I discussed how Republican State Senator Gerald “Gerry” Cardinale has become entangled in the “culture of ...
MrLiberal 10/17/2007 3 1 1 4
The NJ-39 series: Cardinale caught red-handed on ethics
I suppose one could call this a “breaking” news story, but in a way it’s not: the story goes back several years, and revolves around a Republican State Senator in New Jersey who&...
MrLiberal 10/12/2007 1 2 1 11
The NJ-39 Series: Cardinale = Silence for Public Meetings
By Stephen Yellin On his new campaign website, Republican State Senator Gerald “Gerry” Cardinale explains in a video clip why he’s established the site: “So that you can ...
MrLiberal 10/11/2007 5 1 1 19
NJ-39 Series: Cardinale the Stem-Cell Obstructionist
By Stephen Yellin Just yesterday I wrote about New Jersey’s upcoming referendum on Stem-Cell research, and why the proposal is an excellent one for New Jersey both economically and as a step ...
MrLiberal 10/06/2007 2 2 1 13
Stem Cell referendum in New Jersey offers hope for many
By Stephen Yellin In my last diary (on New Jersey’s 39th legislative district), I briefly discussed how New Jersey has the potential to be what Wisconsin was under “Fighting Bob” ...
MrLiberal 10/05/2007 15 2 1 3
The NJ-39 Series: Show Some Love to Dispel Some Hate
Hey Kossacks, Up until now, I haven’t made any financial pleas for New Jersey’s 39th Legislative District. This is because I feel as if “getting the word out” about the ...
MrLiberal 09/30/2007 2 - 1 31
AL-02: Terry Everett joins House GOP exodus, will retire
More good news on the House of Representatives front, with the retirement of Republican Congressman Terry Everett now official.
MrLiberal 09/26/2007 7 7 1 6
The NJ-39 Series: meet Joe Ariyan, Democrat for State Senate
- By Stephen Yellin In my last two articles on New Jersey’s 39th Legislative District, I discussed why the Republican incumbent, Gerald “Gerry” Cardinale was too extreme to ...
MrLiberal 09/23/2007 4 1 1 7
Gerry Cardinale and the Gun Lobby: Perfect Together
By Stephen Yellin Previous articles on Cardinale and the 39th Legislative District of New Jersey: Gerry Cardinale: New Jersey's Mitch ...
MrLiberal 09/18/2007 5 - 1 8
Meet Gerry Cardinale: New Jersey’s Mitch McConnell
By Stephen Yellin A few days ago, I introduced you all to New Jersey’s 39th Legislative District, and why it matters to New Jersey and the country at large in 2007. You can read the ...
MrLiberal 09/17/2007 7 2 1 9
Meet NJ-39: A Microcosm of a Nation Turning Blue
By Stephen Yellin Normally, state legislative races are not the most exciting to observe, help or provide aid for – particularly when you’re not from that state. If you’re ...
MrLiberal 09/11/2007 7 5 1 11
A grand old Democrat takes one for the team in NJ...again
Hey Kossacks, Starting today, I'm going to be concentrating on New Jersey's legislative races, which are up this November. New Jersey, while nominally a Democratic state has many pockets of ...
MrLiberal 08/30/2007 22 16 1 80
Senate 2008 News: Tim Johnson to run for reelection
Hey Kossacks, I apologize if this has already been posted, but I didn't see on the diaries list or on the front page, so I'll go ahead with this. As we all know, South Dakota US Senator Tim Johnson ...
MrLiberal 08/28/2007 7 12 1 4
OH-15: Former 4th Ranking GOPer Pryce to Retire?
Hey Kossacks, I hope that everyone is enjoying their summer. Later this week I'll have an extended report on my travels with a well-known Congressional candidate who also happens to be a bit ...
MrLiberal 08/15/2007 28 19 - 36
IL-18: Ray LaHood (R) to retire in 2008 - opportunity?
Hey Kossacks, I just got back from an enjoyable vacation, including some time at the 2007 YDA conference in Dallas, TX. I'm proud to say that I'm now the Secretary of YDA's Jewish Caucus, which ...
MrLiberal 07/26/2007 25 18 1 29
7/19/2004: the birth of Blogosphere Day (by its founder)
Hey Kossacks, As many of you know, July 19th (this Thursday) marks the 3rd anniversary of Blogosphere Day. As I type this, I am sitting at the same desk where I began the ...
MrLiberal 07/15/2007 10 12 2 189
Help! My Cousin’s running for Judge! (Houston TX)
Hey Kossacks, A few weeks ago, I won my first elected office – Union County, New Jersey Democratic Committeeman. Well, the “campaign bug” is apparently quite contagious in my ...
MrLiberal 06/20/2007 19 9 1 16
On seeing my name on a ballot for the first time
Hey Kossacks, Today is a special day in my life. Today is not the first time I will be voting (my fourth, actually), but it is the first time I have seen my name on an official ballot. Today is ...
MrLiberal 06/05/2007 33 16 3 5
GA-SEN: Dale Cardwell to challenge Chambliss
I haven't seen this on Daily Kos today, but if it has, I apologize. About a week ago, I wrote an article detailing Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss' vulnerability for his 2008 reelection bid.
MrLiberal 06/02/2007 17 16 1 11
GA-Sen 2008: Chambliss below 50% in independent poll
Hello Kossacks, Like most of you, I am sorry to see President Bush getting his way on the Iraq supplemental bill. But as I pointed out in an article a few months ago, this was to be expected.
MrLiberal 05/25/2007 24 7 1 35
2008 House Roundup: IL-14, ME-01, ID-01 and more
I hope all is well with everyone at this time. As for me, I'm fresh out of my first year in college, and am beginning to settle back into politics for the summer. And that means keeping up to date ...
MrLiberal 05/15/2007 31 10 1 15
On 5th try, Democrats Break Through in GOP NJ Stronghold
Tonight in Morris Township, New Jersey, Democrat Jeff Grayzel (pronounced "Gray-ZEL") made history. For the first time since Watergate, a Democrat will serve on the township committee in this ...
MrLiberal 05/01/2007 25 20 3 15
'LePen' is out of ink: Thoughts on France's 1st Round
(Note: I am currently in a French class at college, and love France and its history a great deal. I'm no expert, though, so feel free to chime in yourself) The results for France's Presidential ...
MrLiberal 04/22/2007 20 5 1 3
First Democrat enters race against Cornyn (TX-SEN)
US Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) is up for reelection in 2008, after first winning his seat in 2002 with 55% against Ron Kirk. Cornyn's approval ratings are dreadful for a Republican in a red-leaning ...
MrLiberal 04/18/2007 8 10 1 3
The political "gates" have been thrown open for me
Hi Kossacks, First off, let me apologize to "Athena" (and anyone else) who read my April 1st article and were annoyed by what I wrote. It was in poor taste to pretend to run for office as a joke, ...
MrLiberal 04/09/2007 11 4 1 3
Blind Squirrel Finds Nut: Lieberman Snipes at Bush
http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/blogs/politicalticker/2007/02/lieberman-criticizes-bush-over-first.html First, my disclaimer: I was a big fan of Senator Lieberman's after he was nominated for VP by Al ...
MrLiberal 02/28/2007 23 4 1 -
La-Gov: Breaux to the rescue?
Hi all, I made it my New Year's Resolution to post on the blogs more often; so far I've joined millions of other Americans in failing miserably to fulfill mine. Hopefully I can turn that around ...
MrLiberal 02/16/2007 20 8 1 5
The GOP has a snowball's chance in Iraq of victory in '08
A VERY Bold Prediction From Yours Truly Hi Kossacks, I'm enjoying my lengthy winter break from Drew University, where I'm a freshman, and in a week will be traveling to London for ...
MrLiberal 01/03/2007 23 7 - 30
(IL-06) Draft Christine Cegelis? Plus some updates
Hi Kossacks, First off, *thank you* for helping me win $5,000 from the Daniel Kovach Scholarship Foundation for my blogging! While many of the other bloggers nominated have done impressive work, I ...
MrLiberal 12/17/2006 63 12 3 14
New Polls Show Klein, Gillibrand Taking the Lead (FL-22, NY-20)
MrLiberal 11/05/2006 11 13 1 21
NJ- Sen: Menendez hits 50%; and My Canvassing Report
MrLiberal 11/04/2006 16 11 1 13
Help Me Win $20,000 For My Blogging! (With a click of a mouse)
MrLiberal 10/31/2006 34 43 3 170
How to Win the War on Terror - the Liberal Way
MrLiberal 10/29/2006 15 9 3 -
NJ: A Day at the Rallies with Bob Menendez and other Democrats
MrLiberal 10/22/2006 6 1 1 14
TX-US Debate: Watch Radnofsky Annihilate Hutchison
MrLiberal 10/19/2006 140 22 2 14
Bits and Pieces From the Campaign Trail (And another Outing?)
MrLiberal 10/17/2006 11 4 1 3
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