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Jeffrey Feldman is Editor-in-Chief of Frameshop.
There Will Be Blood Spilled If the Republicans Keep Matching Their Message with Violent Talk
Posted on: Mar 25, 2010, Source: Frameshop
Rather than recoil at violent language, GOP leadership seems to see it as a chance to turn out votes. The consequences could be deadly.
Right-Wing 'Tea Party' Movement Was Planned Months Ago by GOP Billionaires
Posted on: Mar 1, 2009, Source: Frameshop
Bloggers reveal how the latest so-called "populist" revolt against the federal government was a pre-planned PR stunt.
Now Can We Stop Pretending California is "Green"?
Posted on: Nov 17, 2008, Source: Huffington Post
California's latest fires are the result of groundwater abuse. It's time for the state which claims to be so green to start thinking about water.
The Violent Language of Right-Wing Pundits Poisons Our Democracy
Posted on: May 5, 2008, Source: Ig Publishing
On TV and the radio, conservative pundits infuse violence into their arguments, destroying our precious culture of civil debate.
'Troops Leave, Violence Drops': How Four Words from Basra Could Shift Iraq Debate
Posted on: Nov 19, 2007, Source: Huffington Post
Results of the British pull-out from Iraq's second largest city will have a huge impact on the way the public interpretes the dynamics of occupation.
Weekly Standard Lies About MoveOn Ad, Media Fall For It
Posted on: Sep 12, 2007, Source: Huffington Post
Another effort by U.S. citizens to question Bush's policy in Iraq has been silenced by right-wing accusations that critics of the war seek to harm the country.
Progressive Nation 1.0
Posted on: Jun 13, 2006, Source: Frameshop
America is getting busy rejecting the right-wing and the YearlyKos Convention was the first clear, successful manifestation of the alternative.
The Success of the 'Grieving Mom'
Posted on: Aug 15, 2005, Source: Frameshop
Cindy Sheehan has done much more than galvanize the anti-war movement; she signals a political tidal wave soon to crash down on the President's foreign policy.
The Folly of 'Up or Down' Politics
Posted on: May 24, 2005, Source: Frameshop
The compromise over judicial nominations in the Senate does little to challenge the misleading way the GOP has framed the debate.
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