Monthly Archives: October 2012

Searching for Sugar Man: Thanks For Keeping Me Alive

I needed a break from the craziness of these final election days.  The world turned upside down that is now our everyday life here in American politics has pushed me to my limits.  Wednesday I turned off the talk radio … Continue reading

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November Profile: George McGovern

I was 19 in the spring of 1972 and the 26th amendment to the U.S. Constitution that allowed 18 year olds to vote had just passed in 1971.  I could vote.  As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee I … Continue reading

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October Profile: Paul Wellstone

On the 10th anniversary of the death of Paul Wellstone, we remember one of the greatest progressive voices to have ever graced the U.S. national political scene. His joy and passion were evident in all he did. Thanks to Wellstone Action, his legacy lives on. We fondly remembered Paul Wellstone as our October Progressive Profile. Continue reading

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