“The anti-New Deal line is wrong as a matter of economics. F.D.R.’s spending programs did help the economy and created millions of new jobs.”
- The Senate should refuse to confirm nominees who do not take Congressional power seriously.
- The Supreme Court’s most conservative Justices have presented themselves as great respecters of precedent and opponents of ‘judicial activism’ – of judges using the Constitution to strike down laws passed by the elected branches of government. If they are true to those principles, they should uphold rent control.
- The United States may be a religious nation. But it is also a nation with a strong commitment to separation of church and state.
- The anti-New Deal line is wrong as a matter of economics. F.D.R.’s spending programs did help the economy and created millions of new jobs.
- The blogosphere makes it possible to have a sprawling national conversation about the hard times – often among people who would never find each other offline.
- The civil rights and antiwar movements taught Americans to question authority.
- The first thing to understand about surveillance video in public places is that there is already a lot of it going on – though it is impossible to know how much.
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