The Power of Forgetting

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As Plain as the (N)ose on your Face

A unique perspective on picking our next president. Read More

"We can have Kim KardashiaN,

"We can have Kim KardashiaN, or Lindsay LohaN. No, probably a little too young and inexperienced."

Ooops, wrong key

"We can have Kim KardashiaN, or Lindsay LohaN. No, probably a little too young and inexperienced."

This didn't stop Obama!

This sounds like a BuzzFeed article.

I guess with this formula, instead of selling votes to the highest bidder, candidates could just buy a vowel?

I wonder what the prospects are for the elusive Q and Z names. Quvenzhane Wallis in 2040!

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