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There is a delicious irony in the Center for American Progress choosing Tax Day, April 15, 2010, to publish its new defense of the progressive intellectual tradition in the U.S.
Arena: Are Democrats or Republicans hurt more by ties to Goldman Sachs?
The education-reform debate as we have known it for a generation is creaking to a halt.
Here’s a lesson in diversion and clever media management, courtesy of California Attorney General and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown.
The challenge: what news to make at last weekend’s California Democratic Party convention.
While median family income in the United States fell for over a decade prior to the beginning of the recession that started in late 2007, per capita incomes continued to grow during that time period.
Invention of the telegraph and telephone in the nineteenth century had revolutionary impacts on the speed of communications among individuals separated sometimes by vast distances.
Abstraction may not be the last refuge of scoundrels, but for those lacking confidence in their power of prognostication, it furnishes something of a convenient retreat.
Governor Crist has vetoed the merit pay bill as part of his plan to run as a third party candidate for the open Senate seat in Florida.
"Privatised Keynesianism: An Unacknowledged Policy Regime," published in the British Journal of Politics & International Relations11:3 (2009), pp.
Every schoolchild these days seems to be a devoted environmentalist, able to spell "sustainable" before "dog." However, much of the indoctrination about environmentalism--especially in schools--is of the passion-is-more-important-than-fact variety.