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by | Jun 17, 2008
by | Jun 17, 2008

Most movies have three acts. In the first act, you reveal some sort of problem; in the second act, you…

by | Jun 2, 2008

It’s true, as Marie Cocco notes in a recent column, that Barack Obama’s health care plan wouldn’t provide true universal…

by | May 20, 2008

The Center for American Progress's policy blog, The Wonk Room, is touting a new CAP study on costs associated with…

by | May 16, 2008

During his 1999 bid for the Republican presidential nomination, the New York Times reported that John McCain told a group…

by | May 15, 2008

The thing about cotton candy is that it looks nice and fluffy – It's pink! It's poofy! – but as…

by | May 12, 2008

There’s an old saying that everything becomes funnier if you add “on ice!” to the end of it. Walt Disney……

by | May 5, 2008

Art Brodsky of Public Knowledge has a long and thoughtful piece on net neutrality, written largely in response to a…

by | May 2, 2008

Over at The American Prospect, Dana Goldstein takes on school voucher programs, writing: Voucher programs stack the deck against families…

by | Apr 29, 2008

Peter Swire of the Center for American Progress is urging Congress to enact technical measures that enable users to opt…

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