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Elizabeth Warren showed how easy it is to nullify an NDA. In a shot against Michael Bloomberg, the law professor proved how simple it would be for not just her opponent’s past employees but scores of workers across the US to be freed from their gag orders.

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  • Whether she's your candidate or not, Elizabeth Warren was clear, passionate and FIERCE without ever descending into pettiness. The lawyer in me was mesmerized by how she broke down her rivals' arguments and cut straight to the core. I think a lot of women were proud to see a woman on stage be unapologetically

    Whether she's your candidate or not, Elizabeth Warren was clear, passionate and FIERCE without ever descending into pettiness. The lawyer in me was mesmerized by how she broke down her rivals' arguments and cut straight to the core. I think a lot of women were proud to see a woman on stage be unapologetically "aggressive." Women in politics continue to be held to a double standard when they aren't "nice," but Warren's performance was a step forward for all of us.

  • Bloomberg is a smart guy but he's never been a law professor and he just doesn't have Warren's knack for showing the law in action. The jurist showed the businessman just how transparency is done using a clever tool that made a damning point about the billionaire presidential candidate and served as

    Bloomberg is a smart guy but he's never been a law professor and he just doesn't have Warren's knack for showing the law in action. The jurist showed the businessman just how transparency is done using a clever tool that made a damning point about the billionaire presidential candidate and served as a teachable moment for American workers.

  • Transparency is important. I strongly doubt that we will find any candidate - male or female - that has an unblemished history were we to examine every single remark they have ever made.... stuff like passing oneself as Native American or other forms of hypocrisy might come up...

    This is a job interview

    Transparency is important. I strongly doubt that we will find any candidate - male or female - that has an unblemished history were we to examine every single remark they have ever made.... stuff like passing oneself as Native American or other forms of hypocrisy might come up...

    This is a job interview. And if we look at close range, none of them might be “perfect” for the job. On either party. We shouldn’t be electing candidates for their skill at personal attacks, rather, let’s get the details on how... how each of them will accomplish what they say they will.