On Friday, columnist David Brooks informed readers that Barack Obama's picks "are not ideological." The incoming president's key economic adviser...
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As a new consumer product, Palin's candidacy is like those miraculous new prescription drugs that will cure us of all our troublesome afflictions. The problem is these products are frequently later discovered to prove hazardous to our health.
Bill O'Reilly talks about "The War on Christmas," and while that concept has been widely lambasted I'm here today to sound a different alarm -- that there is truly a War on Labor Day.
Despite the changing winds of politics, the expansion of the voting franchise has been one of our most consistent trends since the birth of the Republic.
This is a great story, which ran across Associated Press media outlets today regarding the unequal distribution of small business contracts in the Washington D.C. area.
Penn has hated everything about the movement for change long before he helped pilot the Clinton presidential campaign to disaster. Now he's teaming up with Karen Hughes in a "bi-partisan" effort.
McCain can "pledge" to reform Wall Street business practices all he wants, but he hasn't walked the walk in the Senate in past years, nor has his party ever done so.
More and more consumer-oriented contracts have clauses specifying that disputes must go to arbitration rather than our civil justice system. But 98.8% of arbitrations end in favor of the corporations.
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