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What’s at stake with climate change
Sat Nov 3, 2012
I live in Raleigh. But years ago I visited the Pacific Coast near Portland, Oregon. There is something amazing there. The entire coastline is publicly owned, which means that the coastline is much less vulnerable to disaster. Everyone lives further inland. It seems like …
Romney economic adviser and fundraiser Emil Henry: "I will triple down" on Romney's 47% comments
Sun Sep 23, 2012
In 2008, when it was clear that Barack Obama would be elected President, Wall Street was terrified that he would come in and start arresting people. He did not.
Saturday's Guests (September 8): Obama's speech, the reversal of the culture wars, the politics of motherhood
Fri Sep 7, 2012
So no students from any state is ready to attend college? This is preposterous. Are you saying that 100% of students aren't prepared? Please tell me the country, anywhere in the world, that even attempts to prepare 100% of their students for college.
Anti-Obama billboard: 'Somewhere in Kenya, a village is missing its idiot'
Thu Aug 30, 2012
George Wallace had some things to say about this. He saw racism as a reliable way to get white people to vote for him. Today's Republican Party sees racism as a reliable way to get white people to hate our President.
How Mitt Romney's Bain Capital investments benefited from the tax code
Thu Aug 30, 2012
The 1% has been using government to get rich in many more ways than this. David Cay Johnston wrote a book, Free Lunch, which is a good starting point. David Brooks wrote an essay in the NYT today talking about "hyperindividualism" of the Republican party.
House Dem mocks GOP's 'invisible' healthcare replacement bill
Wed Jul 11, 2012
Rep. Green, you are right as usual. The Republicans still have too much control of the debate, however. For instance, it's been repeated on the cable-news shows (including on MSNBC) that Republican governors who opt out will drive the "poorest" to states that opt-in.
Socialite dumps US passport and most taxes too
Mon Jul 9, 2012
She hasn't thought about these overseas "tax havens" as countries with very little power to stop a strongman from taking over. One day Ms. Rich might find that the local strongman decided to confiscate her money and gosh, there's nothing she can do about it.
Fri Jul 6, 2012
Put a lock on the GPS, with an automatic 911 call, on redial, when it's reported missing. Whoever tried to use the phone would be forced to call 911 multiple times and could explain to the police why they are in possession of a stolen phone.
Affordable Care Act means $1.1 billion insurance rebate
Tue Jul 3, 2012
Here's a simple suggestion to the insurance companies: stop paying for lobbyists. Stop paying for junkets for your CEOs. Stop paying for junkets to tropical islands for doctors and hospitals. Reduce the salaries of CEO's, CFO's, CIO's, etc., etc., etc.
Who foots the bill for cleaning up Japan's tsunami debris?
Wed Jun 20, 2012
If this stuff is coming due to the tides, then it is safe to say that Japanese stuff has been washing up on our West Coast for thousands of years.
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