All Articles on Ronald Reagan

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Fat Chance: Diet Coke Fights Obesity?
It was laughable when Coca-Cola launched a campaign to fight obesity. And even more laughable when the king of soda’s anti-obesity campaign shifted all the blame for those extra pounds to lack of exercise and chairs (yes, chairs). But now, the company that donated $1.7 million to defeat last year’s...
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US Complicity in 'Some of the Most Gruesome Chemical Weapons Attacks' Revealed
Foreign Policy magazine provides new details in how the CIA helped Saddam gas Iran
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US Economic Policy: Keeping Wages Flat Since 1979
Pro-worker policies have been under attack for a generation, but the last decade has been simply devastating, says report
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Cash and Congress: The Tie that Binds
“I miss Congress like an abscessed tooth.” That’s what former Rep. Steven LaTourette told National Journal the other day. He was quoted in an article that asked the question, “Is Congress Simply No Fun Anymore?” No, it isn’t. Not that it was ever a vacation trip to Busch Gardens (on his honeymoon,...
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You Can't Put Solar Panels on the White House and Still Justify Keystone XL
The Obama Administration's announcement that they are installing a new set of solar panels on the White House roof is good news for the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline. There is simply no good faith way that the President could put a pair of solar panels on his roof and then run a major tar...
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Fox News Found to be a Major Driving Force Behind Global Warming Denial
American consumers of conservative media like Fox News distrust climate scientists and don't believe the planet is warming
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The More Nefarious US Foreign Policy, The More It Relies on Media Complicity
Americans are shielded from the ugly consequences of US military power by our journalists' self-censorship
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Voices Rising Against Hedge Fund Millionaire Larry Summers to Head the Fed
Opposition is growing to the idea of President Obama naming Larry Summers to head the Federal Reserve. As William Greider wrote in The Nation , "Summers is a toxic retread from the old boys’ network and a nettlesome egotist who offended just about everyone during his previous tours in government...
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NSA Secrets Kill Our Trust
In July 2012, responding to allegations that the video-chat service Skype -- owned by Microsoft -- was changing its protocols to make it possible for the government to eavesdrop on users, Corporate Vice President Mark Gillett took to the company's blog to deny it . Or at least he -- or the company'...
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Republicans Sabotaging, Not Governing. This Is Who They Are Now.
Imagine a political party that keeps government from helping people, because that might lead people to support government. Imagine a political party that hurts parts of the country because those parts tend to not vote the way they want. Imagine a political party that would hurt the public, the...
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