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  • Please Freep This Site

    02/01/2013 10:44:25 AM PST · by Jeff Gordon · 10 replies
    This site was started by a California Liberal. His goal is to use his surveys to prove that his liberal views are the most common and most correct views. Since the friends of his that he has told about the site are mostly like minded CA liberals, he feels that he is proving his point.
  • Internet emerging as political force

    01/21/2004 3:56:48 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 5 replies · 119+ views
    The Mercury News ^ | January 21, 2004 | Dan Gillmor, Mercury News Technology Columnist
    <p>Net Politics: John Kerry's victory in the Iowa presidential caucuses tells us that politics remains in broadcast mode: still driven largely by TV and voters' personal impressions of the candidates as people. A technology-driven, post-broadcast era hasn't arrived.</p> <p>But anyone who doubts that the Internet is changing politics in major ways just isn't paying close enough attention.</p>