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Michigan Republicans picks corporations over citizens

The day after the Michigan Senate passed a $1.8 billion corporate welfare bill, the Michigan House voted against cutting the state income tax —...

The conservative movement has abandoned its principles

Friday morning, 7:13 a.m., the doors opened at the Conservative Political Action Conference, CPAC, in National Harbor, MD, where attendees raced into the Potomac...

In praise of the unplanned morning

Perhaps you should have emerged from bed, recycling the weeklong drudge of get up, get dressed, get ready. Go up the hill, show up...

Reginald Lewis: America’s first Black Billionaire

I like reading biographies how I like eating cantaloupe; cracking open the outer exterior of an individual, and then scooping out the juicy truths...

The Death of Roe

Forty-four years later abortion is still legal, but the woman who helped make it so has died. Norma McCorvey, better known as Roe, died...