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Protecting our parks and public lands is what American voters say they want.
To inspire the new President, here are some favorite songs about pet dogs, particularly "I Love my Dog" by Cat Stevens, (a
The top marginal rate rose to 39.6 percent in 1993, where it stands today. When TR failed to beat Taft for the nomination
It's decision time. In a deliberate digital detox, I put my phone on airplane mode, did not get on my computer and watched
If they are honest with themselves they will accept this is a dilemma of their own making. What has become the Tea Party
Those who are against a permanent ban on uranium mining at the Grand Canyon gateway make up an unsavory stew.
On a personal note meeting our Congressional champions has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career. One of
As Barack Obama enters the final months of his presidency, historians, journalists and self-appointed pundits will participate in the ritual of ranking him on the scale presidential greatness.
Is Senator Bernie Sanders on the verge of morphing from protest leader into potential President of the United States? And would that be good or bad for what has been a strikingly successful cause-oriented campaign?
It didn't take Roosevelt long to realize that his political future - and that of his party - depended on reforming the GOP
All Republicans candidates, even those not named Trump, promise to make America great again. That implies, of course, that America is in decline now. That narrative of decline is an historical argument: We were great once, but we aren't any more.
Trump isn't just a menace to the GOP, he's a menace to our entire political culture. As the saying goes, "Every time he opens his mouth he subtracts from the sum total of human knowledge."
The presidential candidate says they both speak softly and carry a big stick.
The only candidates in the 2016 race who might embrace these ideas are Bernie Sanders for the Democrats, and Jill Stein with the Greens. To help incubate a new politics of peace, though, a think tank co-founded by intellectuals Michael Lerner and Cornel West called the "Network for Spiritual Progressives" (NSP) has some good ideas.
President after president has promised that the U.S. will compel foreign nations to meet labor standards established in free-trade agreements. They haven't. They probably can't. And American workers and politicians should stop buying it. The U.S. can sign trade agreements with countries after they stop murdering trade unionists and countenancing child labor.
As with all the other candidates who have officially thrown their hats in the ring, today we will take a serious look at Santorum and Pataki, and attempt to predict what their chances for victory could be.
And if you're a Holmes fan, this book is probably a must in the canon. Dan Simmons delivers personal details about Holmes' upbringing you may not have read before. The author details Holmes' fascination with the new wonder drug from the Bayer company. No, not aspirin.