Outrage is alive and well and living in America. It can be heard in every corner of the country, as well as on Capitol Hill. In cyberspace, our voices are being heard loud and clear.
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We have much to learn from the simple people of this world .
Why are Republicans and Blue Dogs playing political tricks just to defend insurance companies and peddling a perverted version of an America where the government aiding its citizens is treated like an act of treason?
Getting all worked up over Obama's school house speech is a distraction and a diversion from the real problems facing our country.
We have a transformative opportunity in moments when our rage impels us to lash out in retaliation.
Is Charlie Crist the face of a new Republican Party, or a harbinger of the GOP's demise?
He's handsome, personable and popular: a dream candidate for...
what about the Wanda Sykes roast? Was she out of bounds? Can a joke about 9/11 be funny, even if it's tasteless?
UPDATE: NPR has spiked a review of "Outrage" for naming some of the politicians outed in the film.
Citing a policy of protecting the privacy of publi...
This entire cycle (rage; exploitation; more rage) seems to me worse than usual, as does its manipulation by the wealthy and their servants. Or is it a relatively minor, if lurid, sideshow?
Alright, what he did was bad. But why is there all this concern over little old Rod Blagojevich while Bush, Cheney, and his cronies still sit in the White House, untouched?
The loopholes which allow such corporate excess were not exactly handed down to Moses on tablets -- each and every loophole was approved by Congress.
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