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By Darren Richardson Special to The Punditty Project When I joined Allvoices during the 2008 election cycle, I chose the user
Allvoices is pleased to announce the prizewinners in The American Pundit political writing contest, which kicked off with the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 3 and ended Nov. 15 after writers had the
The moment we've all been waiting for is (almost) here! We at Allvoices will announce our American Pundit grand prize, runner up and honorable mention winners on Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Nov. 4, 2008, is the date etched in the history books, but the scene I encountered the next morning is what I’ll remember forever. At the time, I was Metro Editor of The Washington Post, overseeing local coverage as the United
My mother could level the most banal cliché at her snarky progeny and make it sound like the word of God: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, say nothing at all.” Mom would have made a terrible pundit.
The sharpest critics seem to rise above the world without allegiance to party or politics. We connect most strongly with these intelligent interlopers because they work for all of us - they inhabit powerful places as our personal agents. This
If it’s true that there’s no crying in baseball, as Tom Hanks says in A League of Their Own, it’s also true that there are no puns in punditry. Having read a gaggle - or is it a google - of columns from the
Nov. 30, 2012 One of the beauties of Allvoices is that it allows writers the freedom to say what they want—within the constraints of the law and the site’s
What, who and why profitclicking. This question, which often arises when we read and see someone who is successful in profit clicking. If we read and study
Nov. 7, 2012 The long, grueling presidential campaign season of 2011-2012 drew to a definitive close at about 11:15 p.m. Tuesday night, when a multitude of media organizations called the swing state of Ohio for