Jon Green
Jon Green is a senior Political Science major and Public Policy concentrator at Kenyon College. He is also the co-editor in chief of the Kenyon Observer, the school's student-run political journal. Jon worked as a field organizer for Tom Perriello in 2010 and recently returned to AMERICAblog from the Obama campaign, where he was a Deputy Regional Field Director based in Hampton, Virginia. He writes on a variety of topics but pays particularly close attention to elections, political psychology and the use of social media. Jon on Google+, and his .


North Carolina GOP will ban Sharia law by enacting it

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GOP is tacking anti-abortion fundamentalist religious extremism onto a bill to ban religious extremism.

The insane things people still try to bring on airplanes

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John and Chris have done a lot of reporting on the TSA this year, as the organization has had its fair share of privacy invasions, cultural faux paus, and instances of general incompetence. ...
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Why congressional terms limits and pay freezes are a really bad idea

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Congress needs reform, but not the reform many are advocating
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A report from Congress’ annual charity baseball game

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During the 6h inning, I accidentally touched butts with Steny Hoyer. Not that was a highlight of the day.
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Roy Hibbert’s closeted apology for “no homo” slur isn’t enough

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When you slur gay people, and your apology fails to even mention gay people, it’s not a real apology.
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Virginia GOP’s oh-so-convenient electoral change of heart on voting rights for felons

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Ken Cuccinelli’s claims of a change of heart on voting rights are bogus.

Why the GOP uses the epithet “Democrat Party”

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The term “Democrat Party” – versus the correct “Democratic Party” – is a GOP slur dating back to the 1940s.
Tea Party compared President Obama to Adolf Hitler in an email fundraiser.

The IRS shouldn’t investigate the Tea Party. Homeland Security should.

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It’s crazy that the IRS investigated the Tea Party. These folks are far too unstable for just the IRS.
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On Benghazi, it’s time for Republicans to pee in a cup

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The GOP is so dead set on playing games with Benghazi, then let’s play, and beat them at their own game.
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Do 1 in 4 college kids really need anti-depressants?

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In a recent survey, 1 in 4 Kenyon students were on anti-depressants, and 1 in 3 used ADHD drugs as “study aids.”
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