Tuesday Aug 12
Why are there sidewalks in the woods on Staten Island?
Take a walk through Long Pond Park, Blue Heron Park or Arbutus Woods and you may stumble across a section of exposed sidewalk -- right in the middle of the woods, where you least expect it.
Economic Inequality: The Villains
Below the fold is the transcript from my video on economic inequality. It focuses on the villains, and the tactics they employ to remain in power.
The Ex-Im Bank and Other Screwy New Deal Programs
Government goes to those who show up. FreedomWorks makes it easy to hold your elected officials accountable in our fully interactive Action Center.
The death of American Aristocracy
Since our country's inception, this has been an accurate description. Issues may have been contentious, leading to fistfights, duels, even a civil war, but in the end that statement has held true.
The American Prospect
Will Economic Populism Win Back the Midwest for Democrats?
When the White House unveiled a map of the country last November that detailed Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, something was missing: half the state of Michigan.
The Lebanon Daily News
Lebanon Daily News
Americans are not good ideologues; we are too practical. Thus, we should not be surprised that, when the business community adopted the conservative, free-market ideology, they brought on depression and financial crisis.
Right wing's worst nightmare: The master stroke that turns red states blue
Elizabeth Warren's rock star reception at Netroots Nation came as a surprise to absolutely no one, but not so her popularity as a draw for red state Democrats running for Senate, like West Virginia's Natalie Tennant or Kentucky's Alison Lundergan Grimes.