Bill Bishop

Politics
Dec. 11 2008 8:04 PMHow the Rich Are Different From You and MePlaces that went for Obama are richer and smarter than places that went for McCain.
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Nov. 4 2008 8:20 AMNo, We Didn’t: America Hasn't Changed as Much as Tuesday’s Results Would Indicate
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Oct. 30 2008 9:47 AMHow Running a Campaign Is Like Building a Megachurch
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Oct. 28 2008 10:46 AMThe Stuff in Your Bedroom Signals How You Vote
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Oct. 21 2008 8:05 PMAn Election Story for Those Who Like To Watch
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Oct. 20 2008 9:19 AMWhy the Workplace Is Essential to Democracy
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Oct. 15 2008 10:50 AMWhere Are All The Good Men?
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Oct. 13 2008 8:50 AMExtremism at McCain Rallies Comes Naturally
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Oct. 8 2008 9:09 AMRealignment? Nope. Just More of The Same.
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Oct. 6 2008 8:24 AMWhat Change Means: It's Not Policy; It's Process
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Oct. 1 2008 9:44 AMWhat's Missing Is Followership
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Sept. 29 2008 9:29 AMSo What If They Didn't Talk? The Differences Were Still Fundamental.
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Sept. 24 2008 12:36 PMColorado Is Importing Democrats
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Sept. 20 2008 6:43 PMRural Voters in Battleground States Love Palin, Back McCain
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Sept. 18 2008 8:07 AMWhat Are The Politics Here? You Can Tell By Lookin'
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Nov. 10 2008 12:22 PMIt's Time Now To Allow Politicians To Do Their Jobs
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Nov. 3 2008 9:14 AMStill Undecided? Ask Your Neighbor.
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Oct. 29 2008 10:18 AMAmerica's Partisan Reading List
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Oct. 27 2008 8:39 AMWhich Side Is Trying To Steal the Election? The Other One.
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Oct. 21 2008 9:11 AMSpank Your Kids? You Likely Vote Republican.
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Oct. 17 2008 9:08 AMThis Campaign Has Gone Positively 19th Century
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Oct. 14 2008 9:05 AMEnough Already With Political Categories Like "White Women"
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Oct. 9 2008 9:00 AMLearning a Lesson From the "Redneck Caucus"
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Oct. 7 2008 7:56 AMIf This Is a "Change" Election, Then What's Changed?
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Oct. 2 2008 11:31 AMWhy House Members Aren't Supposed To Just "Vote Their Districts"
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Sept. 30 2008 8:45 AMThirty Years and Three Reasons Congress Imploded
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Sept. 25 2008 1:33 PMWhy No One Trusts the Government to Fix Anything Anymore
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Sept. 22 2008 9:54 PMIn Politics, It's Not What They Say; It's What You Hear
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Sept. 19 2008 8:28 AMWill Rural Voters Make It Three in a Row for Republicans?
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Sept. 17 2008 8:18 AMSex Ed—an Oldie and a Goodie, With Meaning

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