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Tim Carney takes on corporatism

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Frightening Arrest at G20 Demonstrations

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Why Our Debt Matters

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Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly: Square Extraordinares

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I wonder if Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck have any idea how dorky they are. In signing Bill O’Reilly’s book, Jay-Z shows an ability to have fun that O’Reilly wouldn’t understand if it was explained in one of those Complete Idiot guides.

As for race no longer being an issue, this is obviously coming from two very white men, but also from men that are from environments detached from racial strife. Northbend, Washington, where Beck grew up, is certainly not the hood and neither is Long Island, O’Reilly’s home. Whoever takes either of these two as authority on the status of minorities in the United States is a fool.

Yes on prop 30

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End the Fed

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Ron Paul in 1988 Warning About the Present Financial Crisis- Part 4

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Punish the Students?

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Portions of this video have been making the rounds on Atlanta news stations, due to the disbanding of the dance team featured for one year. District administration officials suspended the activities of the extra-curricular group after complaints by parents. This is clearly a First Amendment issue, as these girls are expressing themselves through dance at a public function. The performance of the dance was not exceptionally distasteful, but I can see how some may view it as inappropriate for girls of that age. I think it is hardly different from the latest Beyonce video that can be seen on MTV or VH1 whenever it is that they actually show music videos.

Cracking the Education Monopoly

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Iraq Veterans Against the War Television Ad

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Iraq Veterans Against the War placed it’s first major network television commercial on NBC, just after Obama was sworn into office. According to IVAW, all of the production services were donated by various organizations and members from across the country put together a huge effort to get this 30 second TV spot in major metropolitan areas.


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