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The poor, with us again in 2014
America's poor have risen and fallen as objects of politics in cycles of 30 to 50 years, and in the era of Barack Obama and the tea party they have scaled yet another peak. The great battles of our...
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Rural MPs bowling maiden overs
RURAL politicians delivered a colourful array of maiden speeches in the House of Representatives this week alongside headline-grabbing billionaire MP Clive Palmer.Rick WilsonWestern Australian...
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The Last Word: ‘Look son, baboons’ – the way it w...
It was a pleasantly warm day. From the verdant plateau of the De Beers Diamond Oval in Kimberley, the father looked down on to a dusty plain, where 3,000 fellow human beings choked on teargas and...
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Jules Witcover: Is Obama equipped to tackle incom...
In a wide-ranging speech here to a sympathetic audience, he confronted what he called “the elephant in the room.” While many would say that pachyderm is his own Obamacare, he called the apparition...
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‘Lead from the back – and let others believe they...
Buzz Cut: • ‘Lead from the back – and let others believe they are in front.’ • Obama says he needs one-party control • Baier Tracks: White House says ‘uncle’ • A decade of Sundays • If Santa had...
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The Literature of Uprootedness: An Interview with...
Arenas was born in Cuba in 1943, in the eastern province of Oriente. An only child, he spent his time roaming the fields and forests around his family’s farm, captivated by the natural world. In 1959,...
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Obama Reaches Out To Next Generation To Complete ...
NBCNEWS.COM - In a reflective mood Thursday, President Barack Obama spoke candidly to msnbc's Chris Matthews about the challenges of being commander in chief and the legacy he will leave behind. Above...
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Bit of moderation can go a long way for GOP
America has changed. A September 2013 Quinnipiac University poll found that 57 percent of registered voters now support same-sex marriage, and a clear majority oppose overturning the Supreme Court�s...
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Our ideological president
At a fundraiser in Seattle on the day before Thanksgiving, President Obama told a group of Democratic donors, apparently without a hint of irony, “I’m not a particularly ideological person.” One...
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Passing the TPP: Not so fast
A rebellion is breaking out in the Democratic Party, but it’s not like the 1960s when the party was torn apart over the Vietnam War and civil rights for blacks. In those days, Democrats were united in...
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The Democratic Party: How It Can Save Itself
Between 1968, when Lyndon Johnson left the White House, and the end of the century, the nation elected only two Democratic presidents. Both were Southern populists who had been careful to...
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The best speech Obama has given on the economy
The speech President Obama delivered this morning at THEARC in D.C. is perhaps the single best economic speech of his presidency. That's in part because it exists for no other reason than to lay out...
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The Democratic Party: How Did It Get Here?
Editor's note: This is the first of two posts on the state of the Democratic Party. The second will be published on Thursday. President Obama's current travails have diverted attention from his and...
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Regional areas need attention: Broad
ANDREW Broad has implored governments to develop a "proactive'' drought policy and "prepare for the seasons ahead''. The Nationals member for Mallee, who says he's in parliament because his "kelpie...
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No, Obamacare's problems aren't a threat to liber...
At the New Republic, editor Franklin Foer wrote bluntly about "Obamacare's Threat to Liberalism," asserting that the failure to launch the Affordable Care Act "impeccably" has destroyed the public's...
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Buzz - Your Voice, Your Future 2012 :: Channel 6
... the billions spent on government programs for minorities, fully fifty years after the "
" was instituted, the majority of black Americans are worse off both politically and...
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Zelizer: You can't game a presidential legacy
What will President Obama's historical legacy look like decades from now? As the media sort through the debates over the Affordable Care Act and the budget, or the implications of the recent deal with...
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This is Viewpoints for Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013
No women priests I can sit on my front porch and sell postage stamps to my neighborhood friends and call myself a postman and refer to my home as a post office. I can dress like a postman, but...
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Giving Grove aims to take a bite out of hunger by...
... probably wont like me bringing my own food, he murmurs as a server walks away to place our lunch order, but you have to taste this. Reiman uses his knife to slice the softball-size pear...
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GOP not Kennedyesque
Dana Summers' cartoon suggestion that President Kennedy would be at odds with today's Democrats in their support for entitlement programs is appalling, inaccurate and another attempt by the...
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