Daily Topics - Wednesday December 19th, 2012

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Hour One: I thought we voted for Democrats

Hour Two: Moving forward from the Sandy Hook tragedy - Marianne Williamson

Hour Three: "Conversations With Great Minds" - Tim Noah, The Great Divergence

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Pointofgrille's picture
Pointofgrille 9 years 41 weeks ago
#1

Do you think it is possible that President Obama may have been planning to get tougher this week with the Republicans, but may be feeling that it might be best to wait a week for our national mourning to finish it's necessary processes, before appearing confrotational in this matter? I guess we will find out next week, either way.

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mathboy 9 years 41 weeks ago
#2

Did I hear someone say "non-partisan redistricting"?

http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/mathboy/blog/2012/05/system-electing-legislators-part-1-case

Okay, it's not strictly non-partisan, because someone still has to take care of small-scale aspects of districting, but I think it's pretty good.

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