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Democratic Death Spiral

They just had the fourth elections in Spain in four years…. and the results will still be deadlock (and gains for a potentially nasty populist party). As this editorial points out, there’s almost no country in Europe where democracy works … Continue reading

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The Birthplace of Democracy…. Goes thru the Motions

Seriously, why are they even bothering? It has been made very clear o Greece that the results of elections will be put aside if they are not pleasing to the EU (and by EU I mean ‘Germany’ and by ‘Germany’ … Continue reading

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My Midterm Elections Post Will Seem Insightful… Someday

I have no freaking idea what will happen and I’m not sure what I want to happen either. Of course I’m sick of Republican Reagonomic Neoliberalism but the Democrats are (at least in the media that I get) doubling down … Continue reading

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Big Sunday for Europe – What’s at Stake

There are two incredibly important elections going on today in Europe. Austria is about to rehold Presidential Elections. The first time around, the establishment candidate (all the political parties aligned themselves against the Freedom Party of Austria, or FPO) squeaked … Continue reading

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