Instead of pointing out how unfair our policies are -- which is true but a loser's lament -- immigration-reform advocates need to make it clear that a massive-deportation philosophy will cost money.
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Last week, this column took a week off, due to an extended trip into the desert for the Netroots Nation convention. But now, we turn our sights back ...
This is the happiest Matt Berninger has ever been -- sitting backstage in his dressing room at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Saturday night, about to play a sold-out concert.
The legacy of George W. Bush has weighed heavily on the Republican Party, casting a large shadow over GOP candidates in the past two national election...
What happened to hissing? It works, and people like Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and John Yoo should get a wave of it every time they enter a restaurant. That's borderline civic duty type of stuff.
Michael Tomasky cannot put me off wanting to read this book, because even if the destination is lame, the journey is mind-bending! Sources get murdered! Deus ex machinae emerge! There is an "orgy," apparently, in "Arlington."
It's been called a Christmas tree of spending, a sop to liberal priorities, and a Democratic power-grab in the guise of an economic recovery package. ...
I am not one to say that 9/11 was Bush's fault; the reasons for it are many, but what I will say is the administration is at fault for not doing everything that was in their power to prevent it.
Winston Churchill described the 1930s in Britain as "years the locusts have eaten". Those words are more apt for the United States in the first 8 years of the 21st century under George W Bush.
Listening to the speech, you'd think it was the Democrats who occupied the White House the last seven-plus years and it was time to throw the bastards out.
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