“Supporters of tough voter ID laws are not afraid of vote fraud – they are afraid of democracy.”
- Set in the advertising world of the 1960s, ‘Mad Men’ is stunning to look at – a Camelot-era parade of smartly dressed professionals lounging around on midcentury modern furniture.
- Social Security, all public and no option, rescued older Americans from living their final years in poverty.
- State assaults on the separation of church and state are nothing new.
- Supporters of tough voter ID laws are not afraid of vote fraud – they are afraid of democracy.
- The Enron scandal is worthy of the highest level of scrutiny, both because of the enormity of the crimes that may have been committed and because of what the largest bankruptcy in American history has already begun to reveal about the weaknesses in our nation’s corporate structures and regulatory oversight.
- The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is the major achievement of President Obama’s first term.
- The Senate should refuse to confirm nominees who do not take Congressional power seriously.
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