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Here are the top ten articles for the Democratic Party Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Difference Between Primaries and Caucuses
You've probably heard a lot about the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary over the years. They are the first two political proving grounds for presidential candidates. But, have you every wondered what the difference is between a caucus and a primary?
2. Six for 06
The Democrats have a new agenda, Six for 06. This agenda is different from others, in that it provides a compare and contrast. It shows how the Republicans have taken us in the wrong direction, and the new direction that Democrats will take us in setting the priorities for the 109th Congress.
3. UnSpun: Finding Facts in a World of Disinformation
Spin has become art, and one we are subjected to daily. Brook Jackson and Kathleen Hall Jamiesonís book, UnSpun: Finding Facts in a World of Disinformation, will provide you with the tools for separating fact from fiction.
4. Funding Public Broadcasting
Republicans have public broadcasting on the chopping block. It should be saved. Here's why.
5. Books Democrats Love
Not ready for the 2012 election? Relive two of the Democratic Party's favorite campaigns -- 2008 and 1992 in these fast-paced, non-fiction books.
6. Why Barack Obama Won the Nobel Peace Prize
Many people heard the news with great surprise on the morning of October 9, 2009: President Barack Obama was announced as the recipient of Nobel Peace Prize. Was the Nobel Committee sending a message to the world at large and especially to America? Yes.
7. Help Women and Girls Worldwide
Want to help women and girls around the globe? These organizations make it easy to make a difference.
8. Fourth Amendment Primer for General Michael Hayden
The Bush administration has already had to take remedial Ethics 101 training, maybe its time for remedial United States Constitution 101. General Michael Hayden, former NSA director, made it evident, in responding to a reporters question that he did not know what the Fourth Amendment says. .
9. How to Lobby Congress
Do you want to contact your Representative or Senator, but don't know how? Here are some tips to lobby your member of Congress.
10. A Soldier Left Behind
Did the US military leave a soldier behind when they pulled up their checkpoints from the neighborhoods of Sadr City? What does this say to military families? What does this say about the future of the mission in Iraq?
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