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I have little sympathy for Baucus at this point, when he complains that his adversaries have had time to put out a report attacking his bill. Because there is one reason that they've had all that time.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska – never seen as a key player with special needs in the health care debate – stands to reap millions of doll...
What happened in the 20th century was that the puzzle of life, which had passed from philosophers to theologians to zoologists, finally passed to chemists.
The U.S. media strongly supports protections for copyrighted material like movies and music, but it isn't so sympathetic of trade cases involving manufactured goods, like Chinese-manufactured tires.
The more wages (and executive bonuses) come to hinge on the war business, the more war will seem like reasonable economic policy, and the less reluctance business leaders will have to wage it.
A health care system committed to eliminating waste, and preventing costly chronic illnesses would go a long way towards turning the economy around, and creating countless jobs in the process.
What if we were to apply the same organic formula that worked to address human rights issues to environmental issues? Could we imagine the same progress?
As Sullenberger continues to speak out, he should make it clear that all the pilots and crews who are still operating in the deregulated airline industry are truly heroes.
I live in France where we already have a people-izing of government with the President marrying an ex-model just three months after his divorce and li...
As the nation stews in its current state, it is a perfect time to reevaluate power's employment in this country. What is that power used for and is it used for the long term good of society?
Forces calling for health care reform are gaining momentum. But if by "reform," they simply mean "universal coverage," I have to disagree.
The majority of households spend between a fourth and a third of their grocery budget on junk, and empty calories. That's a lot of money that could be used on other more nutritious groceries.
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