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Roll Call: The Seven Democrats Who Both Voted To Kill The Estate Tax And Voted Against Tax Cuts For Working Americans

These seven congressional Democrats supported special tax loopholes for the wealthy leisure class, but opposed tax cuts for the majority of hard-working Americans. […]

Is This Former Republican More Progressive Than Hillary Clinton?

The analysis, reflected in the graphic below, shows Chafee in about the same position as Hillary Clinton, slightly to the left of center, but not by much. […]

NRA Accuses Hillary Clinton Of Being Sauron

Not one of the Republican presidential candidates at the event had the decency to stand up and say something like, “Hey, we’re getting a little bit out of hand here.” Instead, they clapped their hands as Wayne LaPierre wove his prophecies of permanent darkness, and hoped that they could pick up some political capital from the crowd’s fervor. […]

Your Thoughts On Hillary Clinton Running For President

Hillary Clinton’s short presidential campaign announcement touched upon only these three issues: Economic recovery, economic inequality, and the role families in national strength. What is your opinion about her campaign? […]

NASA Scientists Claim To Know The Future

In order to whip up enthusiasm about their work, and to gain attention for themselves as individuals, NASA scientists were willing to make definite predictions about future scientific studies, claiming to know what will happen before it happens. When scientists engage in this kind of exaggerated claim to knowledge, they cast doubt on their credibility as individuals and as a collective work. […]

The Pros and Cons of Rand Paul for President

A list of the positive and negative attributes of the Rand Paul for President campaign. […]

Are We More Evolved Now?

Can we please stop pretending that our own personal preferences are humanity’s evolutionary destiny? […]

What Shining Hill Is That Republican City Built On?

Republicans like Ted Cruz have ignored the second part of John Winthrop’s metaphor of the emerging American nation as a shining city on a hill. Winthrop’s shining city was a much a warning as it was a prideful prophecy of American Exceptionalism. […]

Roll Call: Nearly Half of Congressional Democrats Vote Against Progressive Budget

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on The People’s Budget – a package crafted by the Congressional Progressive Caucus that would lower taxes for working Americans, close loopholes exploited by corporations, increase domestic spending, reduce military waste, and increase federal workers’ wages. The deal was introduced by Representative Keith Ellison on behalf of Raul […]

Ted Cruz Skipped Work To Announce Presidential Candidacy

Yesterday, Ted Cruz took the day off work, and didn’t show up for an important confirmation vote in the U.S. Senate. Is this slack attitude toward work what he intends for his time in the Oval Office? […]

Ted Cruz for President, the Pros and Cons

On the one hand, Ted Cruz has never been arrested for selling illegal drugs. On the other hand, Ted Cruz wants the federal government to sell off national parks. […]