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August 30, 2011
  
  
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STAN COX, 2584 WORDS
Those most media-friendly of all extreme weather phenomena -- hurricanes -- are also among the most controversial subjects in the climate debate.
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TED RALL, 1006 WORDS
Ten years later, Americans still stupid and vulnerable.
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GREG GREENWALD, 1283 WORDS
How once-controversial "war on terror" tactics became the new normal.
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GREG BEATO, 1529 WORDS
One South Carolina prison bans publications like Time, Newsweek, and even the Christian devotional Our Daily Bread, because the staples binding the magazines suposedly pose a security risk.
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RICHARD J. RAPAPORT, 7873 WORDS
How Ben Bradlee started battling Roy Cohn -- and McCarthyism.
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NIALL STANAGE, 1058 WORDS
Some political observers think Bachmann, the winner of the Ames straw poll, is being dismissed a little too hastily.
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LEONARD GOODMAN, 692 WORDS
Corporate Democrats like Obama will lead us to the exact same place as Republicans -- toward the dismantling of the safety net -- because raising the revenue necessary to protect such programs won't fly with Wall Street.
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CATHY YOUNG, 864 WORDS
Whichever way the courts ultimately rule on ObamaCare, we will continue to face the question of how to pay for health care while maximizing personal choice, minimizing bureaucratic interference in markets, and preserving incentives for innovation.
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LARRY KELLER, 1325 WORDS
Nazis, "patriots" and the Moral Majority take refuge in Montana.
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TED RALL, 1062 WORDS
If President Obama wants to get reelected he has to do something about jobs. Something BIG. Failing that -- and that's an epic fail -- he has to at least be perceived as trying to do something about jobs.
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ROGER BYBEE, 694 WORDS
New ID laws combat an imaginary crime wave.
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MIKE SAGER, 1236 WORDS
In the unspoiled hills of north central Tennessee, Alan Beaty helps turn fellow wounded Marines into civilians.
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NIALL STANAGE, 927 WORDS
If Rick Perry commits a series of missteps, it may well be true that his Southern identity will not be enough to save him. But, in a close race for the Republican nomination, Southern roots cannot be discounted.
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MARKOS MOULITSAS, 647 WORDS
Standard & Poor's does not trust Republicans to protect the nation from default or to make the revenue adjustments necessary to pay off the results of the GOP's tax cuts and spending binge of the last decade.
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DAVID MOBERG, 579 WORDS
The U.S. government is not a household that must live within its means.
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TED RALL, 893 WORDS
Obama should not let a single week go by without proposing some piece of legislation related to creating jobs, alleviating the problems of the jobless, and increasing wages.
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CHRIS LEHMANN, 900 WORDS
Our media and pop culture offers virtually no indictment of the signal malady of our age: rampant inequality.
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JIM MOTAVALLI, 511 WORDS
President Obama recently signed an agreement with automakers that will get cars to a whopping 54.5 mpg by 2025. That's great. But did you know that, because of loopholes and outdated testing procedures, 54.5 mpg is really 40?
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CRISTINA MARCOS, 843 WORDS
Sally Jacobs talks about her new book, "The Other Barack: The Bold and Reckless Life of President Obama's Father."
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EVE OTTENBERG, 623 WORDS
Lower U.S military casualty rates are obscuring the horrors of war.
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