by Matt Isaacs, Lowell Bergman and Stephen Engelberg July 16, 2012, 11:30 a.m. Reprinted with kind permission by ProPublica.org This story was co-published with PBS’ “Frontline.” A decade ago gambling … Continue reading
If elected, Willard “Mitt” Romney would be the first President in U.S. history who has routinely bet against his country. Beyond the off-shore bank accounts in the Caribbean that would … Continue reading
Should Democrats use the same tactics as Republicans, employ deceptive negative advertising? American voters seem Pavlovianly conditioned to respond to it after two generations. The modern tale of the Trojan Library, … Continue reading
The American political system has been breached like the Ninth Ward in New Orleans by a judicial-activist Katrina: The Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. Super PACs and billionaires are flooding … Continue reading
An elephant may never forget, but the elephants of the GOP are sure hoping that you will, well, overlook a few inconvenient truths in their march to bring back 19th … Continue reading
The American primary system is a joke, the punch line for which came last week: Mitt Romney, his popularity sinking so fast that Celine Dion is writing a tune for … Continue reading
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Rick Santorum wants his federal government both ways. There are two flavors of federal government. One with strong central powers, that has its hand in the day-to-day of life. Then there … Continue reading