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The False Promise of Municipal Broadband

This op-ed on the dangers of government owned broadband networks, by Senator Catherine Pugh, president of the National Caucus of Black State Legislators, originally...

Congress: Regional Splits Stymie Washington

By Charles Ellison for the Philadelphia Tribune There are endless reasons explaining the dysfunction of Congress these days. Theories abound, accusations fly across the airwaves,...

Changing Nation and Alienation: Is the GOP Dying Out?

What will become of the Grand Ol’ Party? In what some dub a momentary victory, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice withdrew from secretary of state consideration. Rice...

This Vet Not For Romney

Presidential contender, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, is a Chickenhawk who talks fast and loose, and is willing to jeopardize American lives.

Time to Stop Inaccurate, Discriminatory Voter Purges

By Katherine Culliton-González, Director of Voter Protection at The Advancement Project States across the country are attempting to purge voter rolls of alleged noncitizens in an alarming escalation...

Hey! Everybody Loves Charlie

Make it about the district and not the Everybody Loves (name here) guy or gal you’re trying to unseat

Orrin Hatch: A “Tough Old Bird” Prevails

After what started as a risky primary for Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), he coasted to victory. After serving six terms in the U.S. Senate,...

Two Conflicting Stories on Race and a Utah DOT Firing

The Utah Department of Transportation has one less employee as of earlier this month. In the wake of Debra Charleston’s departure, more than a...

DOJ Faces Off With Alabama In Court Over Heated Immigration Law

If it takes effect on September 1, Alabama will take the lead as having one of the nation’s toughest laws in the country against illegal immigrants. DOJ officials are suing the state to prevent this from happening.

Court Rulings on Affordable Care Act Could Result in New Definition...

Now that there are two opposing court rulings on America’s comprehensive law on health care, the issue is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court...