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10 Most Shared 2012 Democratic Campaign Ads on YouTube

Top 10 Most-Shared 2012 Democratic Campaign Ads 10. President Obama and the Fight for LGBT Rights Glee star Jane Lynch narrates this documentary style ad (it’s more than 5 minutes long) on a popular topic for the Democratic party — LGBT rights. The ad builds up to the fact that Obama is the first sitting […]

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Why The US Is Finally Ending What Is Possibly Its Dumbest Policy With Cuba

Beyonce After more than half a century of hostility, the United States and Cuba are taking the steps towards normalizing relations. These two historic enemies are finally on speaking terms again. This is a truly momentous occasion, and a sign that America is finally ready to relinquish an outdated and ineffective policy. President Obama announced the […]

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Here’s What You Should Think About Before You Go To Cuba

Rick Steves, travel expert and author of Travel as a Political Act, spoke with BuzzFeed News about how to travel responsibly to socially and politically complex places. View this image › A Cuban flag hangs from a building in Havana on Dec. 27, 2014. REUTERS ENRIQUE DE LA OSA Long-embargoed Cuba is about to become […]

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Twitter’s Dead Presidents Roast Candidates During Debate

In some obscure and slightly amusing corner of the Internet, dead presidents sit hunched over laptops and smartphones — on Twitter. Though the operators of these faux accounts spout off tweets ranging from opinionated to ridiculous on a regular basis, there is perhaps no better time to focus in on these fakers than during a […]

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Sarah Palin: Polls Are For Strippers

During a speech in Iowa, Sarah Palin brought up how wealthy politicians were enjoying life in the suburbs of Washington. She was about to bring up a poll, when she said, ‘Polls there actually… and usually I’ll say poll. Nah. Polls are for strippers and cross country skiers.” Her audience applauses.     Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/09/03/sarah-palin-polls-are-for-strippers/

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In Virginia, McAuliffe Crawls Personal Data to Win Undecided Votes

Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe was at the forefront of data-driven campaigns about a decade ago, when, as the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, he spearheaded the creation of a database full of 170 million potential Democratic voters nationwide. Now he finds himself in the same spot. This time, he’s the first candidate […]

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