Revisiting Real Americas.

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Sarah Palin wouldn’t recognize these places. [...]

More Reax From Last Night.

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What the innanetz is saying. [...]

About Last Night.

Here’s Jam-Rock with the topline:

Together with one of the most hard-nosed campaigns in recent memory, Obama managed to bounce back from the nadir of 2011 to one of the broadest re-election victories in recent memory. At this point, news networks have called New Hampshire, Iowa, Wisconsin, Colorado, Nevada, Virginia, and Ohio for President [...]

The Showdown on Strong Island.

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There’s a big debate tonight. Perhaps you’ve heard? [...]

Do Black People Support Obama Because He’s Black? (Why Are We Still Having This Conversation?)

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President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the Urban League Convention at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La., July 25, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

The AP concern-trolls about whether black people side with President Obama because he’s black after [...]

Leftovers: Kinda Like a Big Deal.

*What the new health care law does right away,  and how it addresses income inequality. (Here’s a calculator to see how it affects you, specifically.) Insurers will probably still try to raise premiums. Republicans said they’d run on repealing the healthcare law, but some of them are getting skittish. Democrats go on the offensive. [...]

Getting the Movement Movin’.

Jamelle more or less called this awhile back, but damn. This ain’t take long. Via USA Today via PlumLine:

WASHINGTON — Americans by 9 percentage points have a favorable view of the health care overhaul that President Obama signed into law Tuesday, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds, a notable turnaround from surveys [...]

Your Monday Random-Ass Roundup: ‘This Is What Change Looks Like.’

President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and senior staff, react in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, as the House passes the health care reform bill,, March 21, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

So you may have heard: after eluding progressive presidents and lawmakers for nearly a century, House Democrats finally [...]