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September 5, 2008 "Now the real work begins. I fear it is going to be nasty."
September 5, 2008 "It was a great moment in my life to not only have attended both conventions, but to have participated in them."
September 4, 2008 "In selecting Governor Palin and encouraging the kind of spiteful, venomous rhetoric on display last night, [McCain] has let the American people down."
September 4, 2008 "Palin is seemingly an answer to McCain's and the GOP's prayers -- evangelicals, moderates, and all."
September 3, 2008 "Governor Palin is not perfect, but she is REAL."
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September 3, 2008 Farah Jasmine Griffin offers her thoughts on America's "temporary fascination with this attractive mystery woman," Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
August 31, 2008 "Barack Obama's glorious night at Invesco Field is not the culmination of our struggle."
August 29, 2008 "It meant a lot to me to see our nation take this great stride," writes guest blogger Princella Smith.
August 28, 2008 "As I listened to the soaring rhetoric and watched the waving flags, I also saw Fannie Lou Hamer standing outside the Convention Hall that summer night."
August 28, 2008 "The truth is that both Clinton and Biden were needed Wednesday night to provide heft to an otherwise lacking Obama resume."
August 27, 2008 "All of us, including staunch Obama supporters, need to ask ourselves, why were/are we in this."
August 27, 2008 News & Views guest blogger Princella Smith calls Hillary Clinton's DNC speech a "masterful Clintonesque calculation."
August 26, 2008 "It is Michelle's blackness that has deeply disturbed many Americans and much of the press and it is that same blackness that has endeared her to many, but not all, black Americans."
August 26, 2008 "If the Obama camp truly wants to make a difference, they will have to do more than talk about change and do heart-warming speeches."
August 25, 2008 Farah Jasmine Griffin writes about the "jarring but not surprising" aspects of yesterday's interfaith worship service.
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