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The whining by Democratic superdelegates about having their power reduced is pathetic. The call to reduce superdelegate power makes all the sense in the world. There’s no reason the path to the Democratic nomination shouldn’t be as democratic and open to scrutiny as possible. While there was no real chance that superdelegates would overturn the […]


On July 5, 2013

Doing a bit of travel writing on my month in Mexico for RI Future. Put up my first entry today on the Tlatelolco Massacre of 1968 and the perils of the 1-party state, both in Mexico and Rhode Island.

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