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My History Can Beat Up Your Politics Press releases

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Apr 23, 2013
Former President Feared Youth Voters, Until They Voted For GOP. Not Anymore. Still, History Shows Youth Can Vary Between Parties

Mar 27, 2013
Unfairly named after a patriot who actually wanted more representation for people, the drawing of congressional districts to favor one party is not new.

Mar 18, 2013
PHILADELPHIA, PA - You may not know this, but 2013 marks the 100th anniversary of many well-known programs, initiatives and inventions, some more trivial than other and some more liked than others.

Feb 19, 2013
History has not been kind to most older presidents. Medical science may change the acceptable age for the Presidency, but voter scrutiny will remain, according to a popular political podcast.

Feb 13, 2013
While outright rejection of Presidential Cabinet nominees are rare, future nominees may face a more difficult time as sleeping constitutional power looms.

Jan 15, 2013
Both sides of the gun debate misunderstand the 2nd amendment, according to a popular podcast. It is neither limited to old militias, nor is it an unlimited right to own any kind of weapon, according to "My History Can Beat Up Your Politics."

Oct 16, 2012
No Democratic President has been re-elected without winning Kentucky. Will Obama be the first?

Jul 12, 2012
The Chief Justice has responsibilities that extend beyond the other justices of the Supreme Court, most notably the upholder of the Court's image, and this may have played a role in Robert's decision on healthcare reform, a podcast says.

Jun 10, 2012
It worked for President Harry Truman, but a history and politics podcast warns that if President Obama engages in rhetoric about a 'Do Nothing Congress," there are two differences with the 1948 election to reckon with.

Jun 02, 2012
Only one President has ever been reelected with less electoral votes than their first election, out of 15 who tried. This pattern may be a danger sign for President Obama, or could just be a soon-to-be-forgotten historical quirk.


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