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- During the coverage of the horrific Boston Marathon bombing, one announcer said that counterterrorist officials monitoring the online messages and chat rooms of Islamic militants reported "ecstatic" ...49 comments 11 Recs
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- Yesterday, in Congress, pictures of various celebrities, including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Geraldo Rivera, and Jeremy Lin were used to demonstrat the absurdity of Arizona's Show My Your Papers ...12 comments 25 Recs
- Today's unexpected (at least for me) news about the Supreme Court upholding the Affordable Care Act is welcome, but it's important to understand that this is not the end of the road for the ...1 comments 4 Recs
- It is a foregone conclusion these days that full marriage equality will happen. Especially since a sitting President has now come out in favor of it. What I know is that we would never have come ...104 comments 162 Recs
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- Skyrocketing tuition costs and out-of-control student loans are, apparently, the reality that we must deal with. Which is why it's so shocking to hear the political right behave as though "big ...260 comments 128 Recs
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- Government spending under Obama, including the stimulus bill, is rising at a 1.4% annualized pace— slower than at any time in nearly 60 years. But when inflation is included, spending is falling.103 comments 208 Recs
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