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New Feature: Blogcritics Polls Page

opinion poll

Blogcritics asks you, our readers, to weigh in on your opinions. Be sure to scroll through the polls below the featured poll of the day too. Vote, comment, argue, but keep it civil! And be sure to let us know what questions you’d like to see debated on the Blogcritics Polls Page! Read More »

Burning Flags: Symbols Have Meaning in Context

featured

Context is everything, even when it concerns the Confederate flag. Read More »

The Logic of Infrastructure Renewal: A Political Rant

infrastructure

Why is infrastructure renewal NOT the number one priority on every presidential candidate's mind? Read More »

Hillary Clinton Needs the Challenge of Vigorous Debate

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham

Is Hillary's uncontested run for the Democratic nomination bad for the Democrats? Perhaps. Read More »

Interview: Patrick Andendall, Author of ‘Stupidparty Math v. Myth: Unmasking the Destructive Forces Eroding American Democracy’

"I hope readers feel equipped with the tools to hear utterances from politicians in a more critical ear. "

"The reason I wrote this book is that the political parties are founded on values, not figureheads, and the figureheads of the Republican Party are making it a Stupid Party." Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘All the Way’ by Robert Schenkkan at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Jack Willis (center, as Lyndon B. Johnson) and the cast of Seattle Repertory Theatre’s 'All the Way.' Photo by Chris Bennion.

'All the Way,' Robert Schenkkan’s chronicle of the first year of Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidency, is a lucid, absorbing depiction of one of America’s most fascinating leaders. Read More »

Democratic Disappointment

2014

Why are Democratic candidates running from President Obama when they should be embracing his policies? Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Secret State’

Gabriel Byrne in Secret State

Probably the best tale of political intrigue you'll ever watch. Read More »

What Are You Writing?

by GAB, Leipzig

Writers are worker ants, always labouring, often without pay, for the good of the nest: the planet we all share. All writing is political. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Tails of Wasps’ by New Century Theatre Company

Betsy Schwartz and Paul Morgan Stetler in 'Tails of Wasps.' Photo by Chris Bennion

An efficient, ruthless puncturing of male power fantasy. Read More »