Robert L. Borosage: Senate Republicans have perfected the art of saying no. But in blocking a debate on financial reform, they have begun to imitate Goldman Sachs traders, selling positions that they are betting against. When you watch Republicans join in lock step once more to block opening the debate on financial reform, understand what their objections are. Click here to read more.
Just two weeks ago, Governor Brewer received an award from the Arizona Interfaith Movement for her work in promoting the "Golden Rule." But by signing the recent anti-immigration bill, I believe she now must give it back.
Much of the media has done a particularly bad job covering the climate crisis. Instead of informing the public about the facts, they have treated the issue as if the same political divisions they cover also exist in the scientific community.
Why have America's blogospheres diverged so much by ideology, in such a short time? A new survey proposes a historical theory for the Democrats' current edge online.
Goldman Sachs is at a crossroads. Either they can significantly change their image in our society or they can face the consequences.
Well-intentioned people are quick to denounce Arizona. Why are they not calling for a boycott of Mexico? The truth is that Mexico is exporting its poverty in the form of illegal immigrants to the United States.