iOS app Android app

Civil Rights Acts

Re-Learning the Lessons of the War on Poverty

Martha J. Bailey | Posted 03.10.2014 | Politics
Martha J. Bailey

Critics are right that the War on Poverty has been expensive, but wrong to call it a failure. Yes, poverty is still with us, but many of its often forgotten programs were landmark successes.

Both Sides: Is Scalia a Pol in Robes? What If Races Reversed in Shooting?

HuffPost Radio | Posted 04.02.2012 | Politics
HuffPost Radio

2011-11-29-20111107bothsidesnow.jpgMatalin and Kuby clash over health and race. If five Republican justices again rule along party lines, who are the judicial activists? What about Fox's complaint about a rush-to-judgment in Trayvon -- i.e., the Sherrod-Wright cable network? Then: Gaffe-Gate!

How Does a Bill Become a Law? Scandals Required.

Mark Green | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Mark Green

Would we today have laws on drug safety, auto safety, campaign finance ceilings without Sherri Finkbein, GM's detective tailing Ralph Nader, Watergate and Goldman Sachs? Are scandals to Congress what oxygen is to life?