Alexander Seitz-Wald

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Political reporter for National Journal

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Republicans and Democrats are calling each other "brain dead," "un-American," "tools of special interests" and "enemies of the Middle Class," par for the course during midterm…

US Senate Elections that Could Make a Difference

Republicans and Democrats are calling each other "brain dead," "un-American," "tools of special interests" and "enemies of the Middle Class," par for the course during midterm…

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Roger Ross Williams is an Academy Award-winner, who's director and producer of the new documentary  God Loves Uganda , about the efforts of US evangelists to export the culture wars.

Are US Evangelists behind Foreign Anti-Gay Laws?

Roger Ross Williams is an Academy Award-winner, who's director and producer of the new documentary God Loves Uganda , about the efforts of US evangelists to export the culture wars.

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