Archive | August, 2008

Don’t Dismiss Sarah Palin Out of Hand

August 29, 2008

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Needless to say, there have been a LOT of blog posts and articles flying around the blogosphere since Friday when John McCain announced that his choice for vice-president is Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. While I hadn’t posted about it, I …

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McCain’s Running Mate — Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin??

August 29, 2008

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Apparently, neither Tim Pawlenty not Mitt Romney are going to Dayton today. I’ve been predicting for a while that John McCain will choose Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, a young convservative who is a mother of two teens and who is …

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DNC on the Homefront: Barack Obama’s Speech

August 28, 2008

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I’m going to try my hand at not so much multi-tasking tonight. No live-blogging for me, but I’ll be hanging out on Twitter commenting on the coverage tonight and would love to “chat” and discuss everyone’s thoughts on the big …

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DNC on the Homefront: The Clintons Set the Stage for Obama

August 28, 2008

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Both Hillary and Bill Clinton had inspiring speeches at the Democratic Convention this week. And while they clearly have different speaking styles, their speeches had two things in common — first, they talked in detail about the problems faced by …

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DNC on the Homefront: Hillary One More Time

August 28, 2008

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As many Democrats are getting ready for the home stretch of the convention and the presidential campaign, I hope we won’t forget what Hillary Clinton’s campaign has done for women and girls across the country. If your daughter ran for …

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DNC on the Homefront: PunditMom’ s DNC 2012 Wish

August 28, 2008

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Bloggers of all persuasions were excited when the Democratic National Committee announced that some of us would receive press credentials to cover the convention in Denver. Many in the MSM like to refer to us as “citizen” journalists, forgetting (or …

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Live-Blogging Biden Speech

August 27, 2008

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I’m over at momocrats.typepad.com live-blogging Clinton and Biden and the speeches tonite!! Come joine me over there!…

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DNC on the Homefront — Ellen Malcom of EMILY’s List

August 27, 2008

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One of the nice things about covering the Democratic convention from the comfort of my own laptop in a home office, is that there are plenty of opportunities for the convention to come to me! I was sad to miss …

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Hillary Clinton’s Speech Day Two

August 27, 2008

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It’s not enough to have a speech at a national convention. Or to have many of us chat about it and blog about it live! Day Two always provides some good distance to parse and and analyze. Did Hillary do …

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DNC on the Homefront: Women’s Equality Day

August 26, 2008

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There is so much I could say about today, Women’s Equality Day. But is that really necessary? Shouldn’t it all be self-evident at this point? It’s important that we remember that not so many generations ago, the women in …

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DNC on the Homefront: Live-Blogging Hillary Clinton’s Speech Tonight With Many Guest Bloggers!

August 26, 2008

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I had planned on being at the Democratic National Convention this week with my fellow MOMocrats and the lovely Queen of Spain. But as I’m sure many of you can relate to, some family issues prevented me from making …

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DNC on the Homefront: Was Joe Biden the Best VP Pick for Obama?

August 26, 2008

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I had a great time yesterday on The Morning Show at KPFA in Berkeley talking about Barack Obama’s decision to choose Delaware Senator Joe Biden to be his running mate. (Hey, anyone who is cool enough to hang out with …

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