Daily Archives: November 11, 2008

And Then There Were Three, Senate Seats, That Is…

Guest Column by Dwayne Hood ATLANTA — Three Republican senators are still fighting desperately for reelection in order to deny Democrats a 60-seat filibuster-proof U.S. Senate. But the odds are daunting; one incumbent faces a runoff, another faces a recount and the third may be ousted from the Senate. The most notable of the three…

Help Our Troops This Veterans Day

Survivor Corps Supports Returning Troops and Their Families Guest Column by Dani Sevilla SurvivorCorps.Org Within the United States there are over one and a half million service members that have served in military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. More than 30,000 have been physically wounded, but many more have experienced less visible, psychological wounds. Traumatic…

Correct an Injustice on Veterans Day

Help Jim Martin Beat Saxby Chambliss in Georgia Guest Column by Paul Hackett Iraq, Marine combat veteran Eighty years ago today, the Great World War came to an end on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. A few years later, we began celebrating Armistice Day, which for the last 55…

What Obama's Win Means for U.S. Media

Guest Column by Josh Silver Executive Director FreePress.Net Now that the reality of an Obama presidency is sinking in, I want to give you a sense of what it means for the future of the media. In a nutshell, if the new president lives up to his campaign promises, we are poised to see an…