Tag Archives: Presidential Elections

Phone Banking for Hillary Clinton

Thursday night I phone banked for Hillary for about 2 hours. It was fun. When Hillary’s lead in the polls was growing, I was thinking I might skip phone banking for her this year. When the polls began to narrow … Continue reading

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Civility and the Political Discourse

When I watched the second Presidential debate, I couldn’t believe the depths that Trump went to in attacking Hillary Clinton. Trump has based his entire presidential campaign focused on personal attacks with little policy specifics. I think civility is an … Continue reading

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Watching the First Presidential Debate

Last Monday I went to a public viewing of the first Presidential debate hosted by CAIR-SFBA, a group that fights for the civil right of the Muslim American community. Since the viewing was only 10 minutes from my home, I … Continue reading

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Trump and Trickle Down Racism

During this election season, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has made many provocative statements about illegal immigrants, Muslims, Mexicans, women and other minorities. In the presidential debates in the Republican primaries, Trump dragged down the tone of the whole debates … Continue reading

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