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The Internet Outrage Machine Is Finally Ready for Hillary
The New Republic Online - 3/28/2015
I n four tweets on Wednesday afternoon, New York Times reporter Amy Chozick revealed the existence of the HRC Super Volunteers, which promised in an email to journalists to call out sexism in press coverage
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Scott Walker Sees Things With Own Eyes, Emerges Wiser (Or Not)
American Prospect - 3/27/2015
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Millennials Can Make Up Their Minds Only About Sex Ed
The New Republic Online - 3/27/2015
D on't get too smug, millennials. Sure you might be more diverse, more open-minded, and more empathetic than your predecessors. But that doesn't mean you're some paragon of virtue and harmony. If anything,
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John Kasich's Passion for the Poor Is Rankling Conservative Christians
The New Republic Online - 3/27/2015
O hio’s governor John Kasich certainly won't be president, nor even receive the Republican party’s nomination in 2016. But if Kasich does throw his hat into the increasingly packed Republican primary
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Elizabeth Warren Should Not Replace Harry Reid
The New Republic Online - 3/27/2015
S enate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s announcement Friday that he will not seek reelection has led to wild speculation about who will replace the long-time Democratic leader. The smart money, right now,
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Love in the Time of Putin
The New Republic Online - 3/27/2015
N atasha and Lyudmila aren’t different than any two other women in love; they fight, they break up, they make up. They struggle. “This is our struggle as people in love, or people who remember love, or
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Jeb Bush to Continue Family Tradition of Pretending to Be a Reg'lar Fella
American Prospect - 3/27/2015
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Bowe Bergdahl Wasn't a "Coward"
The New Republic Online - 3/27/2015
W hen the story of Bowe Bergdahl became big news last year, a crass friend of mine told me it was “gold—cowardly yellow gold.” I'd just written a book that argues that cowardice is an important and overlooked
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My Q and A With Patrick Fuller on How Neuroscience Can Unlock Sleep's Mysteries
Huffington Post Canada - 3/27/2015
Patrick Fuller is a neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School's esteemed Division of Sleep Medicine. In answer to my questions, he shared his insights on the importance of good sleep hygiene, how our brain's
My Q and A With Patrick Fuller on How Neuroscience Can Unlock Sleep’s Mysteries Free-i-News
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I'm a European Jew—and No, I'm Not Leaving
The New Republic Online - 3/27/2015
E uropeans, especially European Jews, are used to being treated as museum pieces and historical relics by Americans. We are the object of extensive commentary but rarely regarded as possessing any living
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Photo of the Day, Starstruck Washington Edition
American Prospect - 3/26/2015
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Give Up, Evangelicals. The Republican Party Isn't Going to Help You.
The New Republic Online - 3/26/2015
E vangelicals are not thrilled about a third coming of Bush. Concerned that former Florida Governor Jeb Bush will receive the GOP nomination thanks to his credit with the party establishment, Evangelical
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What Happened to Chris Christie?
American Prospect - 3/26/2015
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Photo of the Day, Everybody Needs a Hobby Edition
American Prospect - 3/26/2015
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Ted Cruz Is Signing Up for Obamacare. That's Not Hypocritical, But It Is Heartless.
The New Republic Online - 3/25/2015
A s a meting out of cosmic justice, it’s satisfying to learn that Ted Cruz and his family will be signing up for Obamacare. The Texas senator escaped the yoke of Obamacare last year because Goldman Sachs,
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Jeb Bush and the Two Types of Electability Arguments
American Prospect - 3/25/2015
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The Supreme Court Just Sided with Pregnant Working Women
The New Republic Online - 3/25/2015
T he Supreme Court just handed many pregnant workers a win by resolving a question left unclear by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978. In a 6-3 ruling , the justices found that employers can't use
The Supreme Court Hands American Women a Win in the Workplace The New Republic Online
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Democrats Could Become the "Party of No" If They Blow Up This Bipartisan Deal
The New Republic Online - 3/25/2015
L ast week, in an extraordinarily rare moment of bipartisanship, House Republican and Democratic leaders reached an agreement  on two big issues: An imment payment cut to Medicare providers and the looming
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Stop Using College Students as Political Pawns
The New Republic Online - 3/25/2015
J udith Shulevitz’s contemplative March 21  New York Times  essay on the purported over-sensitivity of college undergraduates provoked paroxysms of anxiety among the commentariat, eliciting responses
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Republicans Are Responsible for Netanyahu Now
The New Republic Online - 3/24/2015
T he collusive relationship between House Speaker John Boehner and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu runs famously deep, into the well of Congress. They are aligned by shared interests in augmenting
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What Ted Cruz's White House Science Fair Would Look Like
The New Republic Online - 3/24/2015
C an you imagine what a White House Science Fair would look like under a President Ted Cruz? I asked that question on Twitter on Monday, after the Texas senator announced his candidacy for the 2016 presidential
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Everything Is Going According to Plan for Ted Cruz
The New Republic Online - 3/24/2015
A fter announcing his campaign for the presidency Monday morning at Liberty University, Ted Cruz bowed his head in prayer as a school official intoned, “Father, thank you for this great man.” Despite
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They're All Steve Forbes Now
American Prospect - 3/24/2015
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This EPA Rule Will Save Thousands of Lives—if the Supreme Court Upholds It
The New Republic Online - 3/24/2015
F ew regulatory battles have gone on as long as the 25 years it's taken for the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate mercury, arsenic and other toxic pollution from large power plants. Before it
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7 Reasons Why the 99 Percent Keeps Losing
American Prospect - 3/24/2015
iStockPhoto/© porcorex This article originally appeared in The Huffington Post . O ur current political situation is unprecedented. The vast majority of Americans keep falling behind economically
Why the 99 Percent Keeps Losing Common Dreams
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