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Obama and Clinton complete each other Speak softly and carry a venti latte Mortgage refinancing and nasal cleansing.
St. Joan of the Tundra taught him the art of inviting ridicule and turning it into victimization.
ALEC and the bail bond industry have a new plan to empty prisons - for a price.
The explosion of finance, and its weak regulation, has exacerbated inequality. Stronger regulation could lead to higher middle-class wages.
Instead of trying to weaken the pressure of corporate money in Washington, let’s try strengthening Congress’s capacity to resist it.
And two other solutions to counter corporate influence in Washington.
Suddenly, it’s in both parties’ interests to fight the broader decline in marriage. Here’s the case for a “marriage opportunity” agenda.
How Medicare and other federal subsidies rope the elderly into painful, futile, and costly end-of-life care.
How the war on terrorism became a business model.
Buried in Steven Brill’s convoluted tome are important truths about how to reform our health care delivery system.
The American Midwest and the Mexican border are the twin faces of economic globalization—and the upheavals they have endured are the new normal.
We are still living with the forty-third president’s legacy.
The federal government spends billions replenishing beaches for the affluent. The bill will soon skyrocket thanks to climate change.
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