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Hoffa: GOP Message is Middle Class Hasn’t Suffered Enough

Yesterday, Jim Hoffa, president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, issued the following statement: "The Republicans' message is, 'The middle class hasn't suffered enough’.” In some...

DOJ Shuts Books on Joe Arpaio Investigation, Civil Suits Go On

On Friday, the Department of Justice announced that it was closing the criminal investigation of the ever controversial Sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio....

GOP Wants Territories to Enjoy U.S. Political Process, Now That’s Funny

Forty-eight hours after the Republican Party put on its version of The Howdy Doody Show in Tampa, I’m still chuckling over Clint Eastwood’s chit...

FTC Mails Refund Checks to Those Scammed in Erectile Dysfunction Case

The Federal Trade Commission today mailed out 153,109 checks to consumers who were victims of false advertisement promises of weight loss and erectile dysfunction...

Questioning Diversity to Save Affirmative Action

By Lena Martinez-Watts I was raised on a healthy diet of “diversity.” My mother was a teacher not only by profession, but also by nature...

If Not Eliminated, Education Department Needs to Shift Focus

The word infrastructure gets thrown around a lot these days. The word typically refers to basic installations and facilities such as roads; power plants;...

Because the GOP Lacks Vision: The Case for Obama’s Re-election

TAMPA, FLA. — I am grateful that Wisconsin Congressman, Paul Ryan, the Republican tapped for the number-two slot on the GOP campaign team determined...

Dems Will Sell Obama Like Moses. GOP Will Sell Mitt Like...

Tuesday night’s torturous speech making at the GOP convention reminded me of one of those QVC commercials. You know, where someone comes on television...

Ted Cruz Talks Up Family Immigration Story at RNC Convention

Yesterday Texas Republican Senate candidate Ted Cruz delivered his address before the Republican National Convention. As expected, his speech largely focused on smaller government...

McCain? Reagan? Where Have the Immigration Reform Republicans Gone?

It’s almost a political given these days that Democrats are “pro-immigration” and Republicans “anti-immigration.” Of course, this is a simplistic view, and misses the...