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Hey, Arizona, Next Time Try Scaphism
Writer/director, 'The Ledge'; Author, Trials of the Monkey'; P...
If we're not ashamed of executing our lowlifes -- strange that rich people never seem to get executed, what's that all about? -- then let the Bible be our guide and let's kill lots of people for all kinds of crimes and let's do it brutally.
It's Time for a Nationwide Moratorium on the Death Penalty
Senior staff attorney, ACLU Capital Punishment Project
This entire story is a tragic one, and it should push us to admit that the path to justice simply cannot include more gruesome violence.
Jan Brewer Leaves Difficult Legacy For Latinos
Jan Brewer Announces Retirement
Gays Can Eat Cake in Arizona Again!
SB 1062 in Arizona was
by Governor Jan Brewer! But not everyone is so happy about it. Amidst the hatred, there was actually more entertaining hatred found on Twitter.
Your "Right" Not to Serve Them? An Arizona Veto
Milwaukee Public TV Commentator, Writing Coach, Writing & ...
Arizona, Put on Your Rainbow Shades
Executive Director, Gender Rights Maryland
Why, if most Americans reject discrimination, do their elected legislatures support it? And, in particular, that means the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.
We're Now Congratulating Common Sense
Math Teacher, Gay Man, Catholic
Sure, it's a victory in the smallest sense of the word, but is it worth celebrating the fact that the road to this veto was even taken?
Arizona and the Power of Boycotts
Host of the public radio series “Humankind”
At a time of broadly acknowledged government gridlock, simple boycotts by concerned individuals and companies have the ability to bring about significant and sometimes quick changes, as the citizens of Arizona have just witnessed.
Brewer Spoiled My Entertainment
Columnist, author, and theologian
Through my warped perspective, I would have preferred to see the bill pass, and then witness Arizona pay a heavy economic price for its insanity and hatred.
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Rebranding Common Core
Award-winning historian and inner-city teacher
The reform public relations spin machine has struggled recently as more families reject top-down micromanaging of their children's schools. Common Core standards were originally sold as a corrective to the rote instruction encouraged by NCLB. Now Common Core is promising "tests worth teaching to."
WATCH: Grand Canyon Businesses Step Up To Keep Their National Treasure Open
Jan Brewer Fights Back Against Satirical Article
Solar Power's New Allies Named Bubba and Goldwater
Author, 'Clean Tech Nation' and 'The Clean Tech Revolution'
In Georgia and Arizona -- two states that are among the most conservative bastions in the U.S. -- solar power is finding some interesting new allies in the fight against large utilities that want to put the brakes on solar development.
Are the 'Yarnell 19' Casualties of Climate Change?
The useful questions to ask are: "Is climate change making these events more likely to occur?" and "Is it increasing the intensity, duration and consequences of these events?"
Governor Goes To Bat For Obamacare
Brewer's Party Turns Against Her
Brewer: Federal Government 'Refuses' To Secure Arizona Border
Jan Brewer Official Accused Of Sexual Harassment
Official Claims Jan Brewer 'Overreacted'
Dems' Decision 'Opens The Field' For Arizona 2014 Governor
Brewer Sets The Record Straight About Obama Relationship
The 'Price' of Health Care
Former governor of Mississippi and Principal in Company.Politics.
Some governors are demonstrating that one-time critics of Obamacare can, and should, be willing to take another look at the impact Medicaid expansion will have on their state's budget -- and their constituents who may fall ill at some time in their lives -- in the face of a health care crisis.
Jan Brewer Issues Odd Request To Obama
If Medicaid Expansion Is Good Enough for Gov. Brewer, It Should Be Good Enough for Gov. Christie
President, New Jersey Policy Perspective
Many of those covered by the expansion are workers. We seem them in restaurants, gas stations or tending to suburban lawns. They are playing by the rules but not living the American Dream.
Arizona Governor Makes Surprise Decision On Obamacare
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