Terrance Heath

Terrance Heath


At a Glance:

Terrance Heath has been a Project Contributor since July 2007, has written 760 entries and currently lives in Washington, DC.

Bio

Terrance Heath has blogged at The Republic of T. since October 2003. He lives in the metro Washington D.C. area with his husband and their adopted son, and works as a blogging/social media consultant.

Terrance Heath: Recently Filed

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People-Powered Campaign Pushes Back Against 'Mayor 1%'

Filed by Terrance Heath | February 26, 2015 | 10:00 AM | comments

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel should be taking a victory lap right now. But a populist uprising forced him into a runoff - in a re-election campaign he was almost certain to win.Read More


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The GOP Can't Run from Giuliani's Hateful Rhetoric

Filed by Terrance Heath | February 25, 2015 | 4:00 PM | comments

Republicans can't run from Rudy Giuliani's hateful rhetoric about President Obama's patriotism, because their base won't let them. This is who they are.Read More


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Wingnut Week in Review: American Jihad?

Filed by Terrance Heath | February 23, 2015 | 5:00 PM | comments

ISIS wants a holy war with America. Fox News and the wingnut brigade are aching to give them one. Will those who've learned nothing from history doom the rest of us to repeat it?Read More


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As GOP Blocks 'Bomb Train' Oversight, One Explodes

Filed by Terrance Heath | February 19, 2015 | 4:00 PM | comments

While conservatives play to an anti-science base and allow corporate donors to put private profit above public safety, the rest of us are left to wonder: when and where will the next "bomb train" go off?Read More


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Wingnut Week in Review: Standing in the Courthouse Door

Filed by Terrance Heath | February 15, 2015 | 2:00 PM | comments

After a federal judge struck down Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage, "Ten Commandments" judge Roy Moore channeled governor George Wallace, and all the usual wingnuttery ensued.Read More