The 3 R’s (Resist, Reform, and Rebuild)
Sep27

The 3 R’s (Resist, Reform, and Rebuild)

Recently, environmentalists organized the People’s Climate March (PCM) in NYC, drawing nearly 400,000. Political commentators on both the left and right wrote off the March as ineffective, claiming that it did little to solve climate change. But starting the conversation is, unfortunately, still necessary. Even now, Pew and Gallup polls show that the majority of Americans neither believe in anthropogenic climate change nor see climate...

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What Partisan Divide?
Jun26

What Partisan Divide?

  If you listen to the mainstream media, you’ll hear a lot about the “partisan divide” in Congress, and how “the ideological middle is dead.” Liberals say that the Republican Party has shifted to the extreme right, alienating its own moderate members, with the prime example being House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s recent defeat to a Tea Party-er in his district’s Republican primary....

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America – Anything But Democracy
Nov09

America – Anything But Democracy

The Supreme Court will soon decide whether individuals can make unlimited contributions to political campaigns and parties. Those on the left have loudly criticized the fact that this all-important restriction is even being debated, saying that it “could completely derail America.” Meanwhile, those on the right have claimed that such restrictions infringe the First Amendment right to freedom of speech. Both of these claims...

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The Fight Against Keystone XL
Sep22

The Fight Against Keystone XL

As the yearly budget circus continues in Washington, another more important issue’s missed the limelight: It’s “Climate Week” on Capitol Hill, and there may be a decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline soon. The Pipeline has been opposed by true liberals due to environmental concerns, and by true conservatives because of the use of eminent domain, where the government takes private property to build a government...

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