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I Let You Down: A Public Apology to Michael Moore
I have fought as hard as I could, but the battle is not won
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Why Don’t Entitlement ‘Reformers’ Ever Talk About Military Spending and Tax Shelters?
Now that Donald Trump seems to be a sure thing for the Republican nomination, a GOP-led “entitlement reform” movement is all but done—for now. The Republicans put “entitlement reform” front and center as a major issue in 2012, but given Clinton’s ostensible opposition and the meteoric rise of Trump...
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Why Medicare for Libby and Medicaid for Flint?
PDA Demands Medicare for Life for All Poisoned People
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The Dangerous 'Red-State Model'
My focus is to create a red-state model that allows the Republican ticket to say, ‘See, we’ve got a different way, and it works,’ ” Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said in 2013 . Brownback was talking about the massive supply-side tax cuts at the center of his policy agenda, which he had promised would...
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Divergent Visions: GOP Budget Plans Don't Line Up With US Priorities
New analysis examines how competing federal budget proposals rate in responding to the stated policy priorities of the American people
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We Could Keep Government Small if Only the Old Weren't Getting So Much Healthcare
McClatchy 's Kevin G. Hall ( 2/2/15 ) wants to drop some (conventional) wisdom on you: Few things defy gravity more than federal spending. In the nation's capital, what goes up does not come down. It goes up more. Well, yes and no. The US population grows every year, and its economy grows on top of...
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