AmericasDemocrats.Org– June 26th 2011

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Nikki Budzinski

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Nikki Budzinski, political director of the United Food and Commercial Workers union, discusses the UFCW’s battle against misinformation and why she expects to see union members even more active in 2012.

Steven Weisman

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Steven Weisman, former chief correspondent for the New York Times and editor of Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Portrait in Letters of an American Visionary, shares his insights into what Moynihan might have thought of the Arab Spring.

Buy the book: Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Portrait in Letters of an American Visonary

The New York Times articles

Dr. Larry Sabato

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An interview by Bill Press with the director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, Dr. Larry Sabato. He says the Tea Party is split and explains how this could impact the 2012 election.

Center for Politics at UVA

Sabato’s Crystal Ball