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America's Worst Republican Could Soon Lose His Office
The New Republic Online - 7 Hours ago
T he Kansas Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Democrat Chad Taylor could vacate his ballot spot in the Senate election, creating a two-man race between Republican Senator Pat Roberts and ex-Democrat-turned-Independent
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Reclaiming Our Rights: Going Proactive the Only Way to End Discriminatory Abortion
American Prospect - 7 Hours ago
I turned thirty-eight this year. This month the Hyde Amendment will also be thirty-eight. Since the passage of the Hyde Amendment in September of 1976, we have seen a growing number of abortion restrictions
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Plagiarism Charges and the Vapidity of Campaign Website 'Plans'
American Prospect - 7 Hours ago
Not one but two major candidates got in trouble this week for having "plans" on their websites that turned out to be cut and pasted from other sources. So how much of a sin is this? Should it affect anyone's
Plagiarism Charges and the Vapidity of Campaign Web Site "Plans" American Prospect
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The Killer Fog That United Labor and Environmentalists
The New Republic Online - 10 Hours ago
T his coming week, world leaders will descend on New York City to attend the United Nations General Debate. Before the speeches get underway, Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon will host the U.N. Climate Summit,
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How to Scare a Republican About Climate Change
The New Republic Online - 11 Hours ago
P resident Barack Obama gives a major speech next Tuesday, when he addresses the United Nations Climate Summit among 160 heads of state and ministers. But members of his cabinet are already out there,
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The Latest Political Plagiarism Scandal Defines Plagiarism Way, Way Down
The New Republic Online - 13 Hours ago
GOP incumbent Scott Walker and Democrat Mary Burke are locked in a tight race for the Wisconsin governorship. So naturally, Republicans are trying to create a plagiarism scandal out the revelation that
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You'll Never Guess What House Republicans Just Did
The New Republic Online - 17 Hours ago
Y ou’ll never guess what happened this week. The House passed a bipartisan bill that’s virtually certain to become law. And it’s not some meaningless symbolic gesture or a big, embarrassing tax break
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Obamacare Critics Said Obama Was 'Cooking the Books.' New Data Shows He Wasn't.
The New Republic Online - 9/18/2014
A nother talking point against Obamacare just went poof. In the spring, as enrollment in the Affordable Care Act surpassed 7 million and settled above 8 million, critics said that the figures were an
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This Is Going to Hurt You More Than It Hurts Me
American Prospect - 9/18/2014
We're now having a national debate on the merits of corporal punishment, an issue that has many facets and brings up all kinds all kinds of complications involving religion, culture, gender, authority,
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This Diagram Could Hold the Key to Fixing Our Ailing Planet
The New Republic Online - 9/17/2014
T his upcoming Sunday, over 100,000 people are expected to converge on New York City for the People’s Climate March. My colleague Rebecca Leber has explained that the “real goal” of the march, taking
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Obama Can't Admit That Romney Was Right: Russia Is Our 'Top Geopolitical Threat'
The New Republic Online - 9/17/2014
“W e do very little trade with Ukraine and, geopolitically … what happens in Ukraine doesn’t pose a direct threat to us,” President Barack Obama declared, almost offhandedly, last Saturday.   His assertion
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The New Republic names Guy Vidra, General Manager of Yahoo News, as Chief Executive
The New Republic Online - 9/17/2014
PRESS RELEASE Washington, DC and New York, NY (September 17, 2014) – The New Republic today announced that it has appointed Guy Vidra as Chief Executive Officer effective October 13, 2014. The appointment
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California Won't Eliminate Campus Rape by Over-Legislating Sex
The New Republic Online - 9/17/2014
L aws governing sexual conduct are about to change for the worse. With 20 percent of female students reporting sexual-assault incidents, California's State Senate recently passed legislation to target
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Rand Paul's Scattershot Foreign Policy Is Starting to Make Sense
The New Republic Online - 9/17/2014
W hen it comes to foreign policy, Rand Paul contains multitudes. He was for ending foreign aid to Israel before he was against it — before he was for it again but only after ending foreign aid to lots
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Will Britain Lose its Seat on the U.N. Security Council Seat if Scotland Becomes
The New Republic Online - 9/17/2014
“T he United Kingdom would be weaker in every international body it attends,” warned former British prime minister Sir John Major last week as he campaigned against Scottish independence. “It would certainly
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Study: Conservatives Are Attracted to the Smell of Each Other's B.O. (Liberals Are
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
N o one would be surprised to hear that we are often attracted to people with similar beliefs to our own. Research has shown that long-term couples align by ideology more often than any other trait besides
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Obama's Legal Basis for Bombing Iraq Keeps Shifting
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
H aving hoped to rest his foreign-policy legacy on ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, President Obama is now struggling to find a legal justification to drop bombs in Iraq and Syria. He has promised
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Putin Just Got Exactly What He Wanted in Eastern Ukraine
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
T he "frozen conflict" that Russia has been angling for in Eastern Ukraine effectively begins today. The Ukrainian parliament approved two bills put forward by President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday morning,
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Someone Tell Bobby Jindal You Don't Need to Be a Scientist to Understand Science
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
O n Tuesday, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal accused the Obama Administration of being "science deniers when it comes to harnessing America's energy resources and potential to create good-paying jobs for
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What America Needs Is More Senators Who Can Handle Themselves In a Firefight
American Prospect - 9/16/2014
Let's be honest: the job of a United States senator does not involve much in the way of gunplay. There's a lot of speechifying, a lot of talking, a lot of trying to stay awake in hearings, and a whole
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Get Ready for More Obamacare Confusion
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
T oday the government releases some important information about who has health insurance and who doesn’t. But the data is sure to create a lot of confusion, particularly when it comes to Obamacare.
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The NFL Owes Domestic Violence Victims a Big, Fat Check
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
T he National Football League over the weekend announced the appointment of three domestic violence experts, including a former federal prosecutor, to serve as outside advisors on league policies. It’s
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This Might be Obama's Last Chance to Do Something Major About Climate Change
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
T he next year is critical for addressing climate change. The United Nations Climate Summit next Tuesday will bring together more than 100 heads of state in New York City. President Barack Obama will
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What They Wore to the Grave: The Last Outfits of El Salvador's "Disappeared"
The New Republic Online - 9/16/2014
G ang violence is rife in El Salvador, which has one of the highest murder rates in the world. According to Salvadoran photographer Fred Ramos, about 1,500 people have been reported missing in the last
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Obama's Going to Arm the Syrian Rebels? He's Already Been Doing It Covertly for
The New Republic Online - 9/12/2014
I n Wednesday’s speech, President Obama surprised some legal analysts by declaring that he would not seek congressional approval to carry out airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. He will not toss
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