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Too many of us have become seduced by the relationship control we now have. We choose selective exclusion - living, working
In the annals of history -- in our country and the world -- there are lots of examples of the majority doing wrong while leaders went along or did nothing. We are at this kind of moral crossroads in American politics.
Does Coffman see any hypocrisy in his own actions? And if so, what does he think he should do about it?
An obituary for a magazine and for the capital it chronicled, which once prized evidence over ideology.
Not a year out of col­lege and less than two months in­to my job at Na­tion­al Journ­al, I did something that I al­most im­me­di­ately
While it expands its coverage of policy and politics, the company will refocus National Journal on membership services.
Keep the pressure on. Tell Congress that it's time for them to pass comprehensive mental health care reform. That was the message heard last week during Mental Illness Awareness Week (Oct. 4-10), when mental health advocates took to the airwaves nationwide and spread out over Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to call for action.
They are the latest in a string of hires since a massive staff walkout last December.
I don't mean to insult the comedian/actor/author/musician Steve Martin, whose mega-talents I admire, but I can imagine Donald Trump echoing one of Martin's favorite lines from his old comedy routine: "I can't believe I get paid for doing this."
"In the long run, I don’t think a weekly print magazine can thrive."
Anthony "Tony" Podesta began lobbying in late 2013 on behalf of a company co-owned by ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum aiming to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the global market.
Hillary Clinton is rumored to be putting her campaign team together, and she may announce her intention to run for president sooner rather than later. However, her handling of the controversy over her use of private emails while at the State Department has exposed one of her great weaknesses: transparency.
If you don't want to upset Clinton by speaking out of turn about internal deliberations, isn't the simplest solution just
At National Journal, Berman will oversee coverage of Congress, the White House and policy. National Journal editor-in-chief
There is no doubt about the public mood. So why didn't the public vote when there was so much journalistic enthusiasm for the election; when an amazing amount of television time, especially on cable, was given to politics; and when radio goes at politics 24-7?