Saturday, March 26, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
Newt Gingrich: Obama Floundering On Libya
This is just too funny...
Triangle Shirtwaist Co. Factory Fire's Legacy Under Threat
Thursday, March 24, 2011
How Western Diets Are Making The World Sick
One year later: the falsehoods continue
Corporations Behind ‘WinAmerica’ Tax Holiday Campaign Already Pay Extremely Low Taxes
The Political Perils of Pragmatism
The Card Sharps: The Fight Over Wall Street's 'Invisible Tax'
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
The Republicans' Big Lies About Jobs (And Why Obama Must Repudiate Them)
Flashback: In 2012 Campaign Reporting, Watch For The 'Sweet n' Blow'
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Lockboxes and Lunchboxes: Krauthammer vs. Social Security
Mother's Truth Inadmissible at Republican Show Trial
Budget Cutting, Politics and Visions of the Future
Tim Wu Talks Net Neutrality, Information Empires and Freedom
Monday, March 21, 2011
Do You Have Free Will? Yes, It’s the Only Choice
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Fukushima USA: Hell or High Water
That's all the more reason to rededicate ourselves to an important idea: Government exists to protect us when other institutions cannot. Businesses exist to make a profit, and their prosperity benefits everyone if it's properly managed. But the profit motive needs to be balanced by human (and humane) considerations if we're to be a livable society - or at the very least a survivable one.
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Regulations are our way of ensuring that the drive for profits never again leads to needless tragedies: Not in Fukushima. Not in the Gulf of Mexico. Not in New Orleans. And not in your home town, or mine, or anyone else's.