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Email insights: Democratic website helps handle “Your Republican Uncle” during Thanksgiving

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For most people, holidays are supposed to be filled with fun, food and celebration. With that in mind, for the sake of keeping the peace, it’s always a good rule of thumb to avoid talking politics during family get-togethers. However, that may be next to impossible this year, as Thanksgiving falls in the midst of the highly charged 2016 presidential elections. Coming to the rescue is an email from the Democratic National Committee, which offers “The Democrat’s Guide to Talking Politics…

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Engage Cuba kicks off drive to end U.S. sanctions

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Last night in Miami, Alan Gross, the American citizen who was detained in Cuba by the Castro-led government for five years before his release last December, spoke at the inaugural fundraiser for New Cuba PAC, a political action committee created to push for the end of the U.S. 53-year economic embargo against the Communist island. “It was a magical night,” says James Williams with Engage Cuba, a new nonprofit advocacy group created in tandem with the new PAC. “It really felt in many ways…

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