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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - David Plotz
The online magazine Slate has decided to do away with the word "Redskins" in all further references to Washington, D.C.'s NFL team.
Slate writer David Plotz explains the new policy, in a Thursday post: "This is the last Slate article that will refer to the Washington NFL team as the Redskins.
Various politicians, from both Capitol Hill and representing the city of Washington, D.C., also decry the continued use of the name, he said.