Turning simple signature issues into a potential criminal matter would discourage people from voting.
Recycling and manufacturing "green" medical supplies seems not to be an issue for environmentalists. But it should be.
The Islamic Republic? George W. Bush? Both answers feel like evasions.
As The Both of Me makes clear, the self-destruction of Appalachia has never ended.
Proponents of a state-based universal healthcare approach believe states can be incubators for change, and that ultimately, once one state shows the way, all states will follow—but we have yet to see any evidence of this.
And you can bet your bottom dollar they'll continue complaining about the crime that they’ve created, particularly in the election ads they’ll start running next year.
Republican politics often use meat to mobilize an image of working-class, masculine toughness, or heartland American patriotism.
In South Carolina, the Legislature added a third method the condemned can select in order to enter the state prescribed state—the firing squad.
By 2050, 90% of global electricity generation could come from renewable sources, 70% from solar photovoltaic and wind.
Arkansas legislators are trying to make abortion inaccessible, so we're taking them to court.
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