January 09, 2014 ... New Jersey/governor presidential candidate Christie revenges thru traffic jam -- backpedals -- blames junior ... National Public Radio
January 06, 2014 ... U.S. senators differ sharply on penalty for whistleblower Edward Snowden ... Brian Knowlton
November 12, 2013 ... Obamacare should have learned from Canada ... Lawrie McFarlane
The website portal doesn't work. Personal data isn't secure. In New York, online clients trying to buy coverage were directed to a bakery store.
November 05, 2013 ... Universal health care - two concepts of liberty ... Robert Fulford
Canadians prefer to leave such decisions to the people who may, if we are lucky, know what they are talking about. Americans worry more than we do about individual freedom. We worry more about results. What all of this may mean is that Canadians dont really mind being governed and Americans do.
October 30, 2013 ... Down the Wide Missouri with the Cochrane Kid and Eye Opener Bob ... Bob Edwards
Editor Bob Edwards has returned from an August Voyage of Discovery along the Missouri. Where has he been and what has he done since? Some say he rushed back to Fort Peck, Montana --- via his Ford Explorer --- to visit the beautiful Olga --- others say --- via his Tesla Time Machine --- to savour the fleshpots of 1936's Happy Hollow.
July 25, 2013 ... Detroit bankruptcy versus a secure retirement --- a threat to "the very fabric of American society"? ... Huffington Post
The looming time-bombs of unfunded and under-funded pension liabilities threaten to shred the very fabric of American society. Detroit should spur a frank discussion on American values: Will we take the painful steps necessary to fundamentally change our funding of retirement? Is it okay to sell off public assets at pennies on the dollar to satisfy bondholders, while reneging on promises made to pensioners? Will we allow our government to continue to favor Wall Street at the expense of Main Street?
July 24, 2013 ... Caroline Kennedy nominated as ambassador to Japan ... Nedra Peckler
Former U.S. ambassadors to Japan include former Vice President Walter Mondale, former House Speaker Tom Foley and former Senate Majority Leaders Mike Mansfield and Howard Baker. Kennedy, 55, doesn't have their foreign policy heft or any obvious ties to Japan, a key ally in dealing with North Korea's nuclear ambitions. She would replace John Roos, a wealthy former Silicon Valley lawyer and top Obama campaign fundraiser.
July 24, 2013 ... Fears over Zimmerman verdict riots prove overblown ... Associated Press
Community leaders and scholars say the overwhelmingly peaceful response to the Zimmerman verdict reflects increased opportunities for African-Americans, the powerful image of a black president voicing frustration with the verdict, and the modern ability to create change through activism and social media rather than a brick.
July 16, 2013 ... Juror B37 Speaks Out About Zimmerman Verdict ... National Public Radio
The juror had a better impression of another witness, the former lead investigator of the case, Sanford Police officer Chris Serino. She told Cooper his testimony was important. (SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "ANDERSON COOPER 360")

COOPER: When he testified that he found George Zimmerman to be more or less and overall truthful, did that make an impression on you?

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: It did. It did. It made a big impression on me.


UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Because he deals with this all the time.

ALLEN: The judge told the jury to disregard the comment by Serino, that he found Zimmerman's story believable. Juror B37 seemed to indicate she ignored the judge's instruction.

July 16, 2013 ... The Facts in the Zimmerman Trial ... Jeffrey Toobin
The facts matter, and trials are all about facts. Every time there is a high-profile trial, observers rush to draw conclusions about the American legal systemor even about American societybased on the results. But the idiosyncrasies of the trial process generally make such judgments unwise. A dog walker, a security camera, a clearer audio on a 911 tapeand wed be having a very different conversation about the Zimmerman trial.
July 16, 2013 ... Senate steps back from Filibuster brink in nominations fight ... Associated Press
There was more to it than that. Scarcely 24 hours earlier, Reid had insisted that if Republicans didn't stop blocking confirmation of all seven, he would trigger a change in the Senate's procedures to strip them of their ability to delay. At the core of the dispute is the minority party's power to stall or block a yes-or-no vote on nearly anything, from legislation to judicial appointments to relatively routine nominations for administration positions.
July 15, 2013 ... The Zimmerman Trial: How the Jury Reached "Not Guilty" ... Huffington Post
You [legal expert Steven Skurka] predicted at the start of the trial that George Zimmerman would be found not guilty. Why were you certain of the result?

The prosecution's critical mistake was over-charging Zimmerman with murder. It required proof that Zimmerman had acted with "ill will or hatred" and set out to harm Trayvon Martin when he left his car prior to the shooting. The evidence at the trial didn't support the charge. Although the jury was given the option of finding Zimmerman guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter, the focus at the trial, including the prosecutors' closing arguments, was on the second degree murder charge.

July 12, 2013 ... The U.S. Republican Party -- Killing the Immigration Bill, Polarizing America ... The New Yorker
A report by what is known as the Growth and Opportunity Project the X-rayed the 2012 election results and came to one major conclusion: the [Republicans} needed to attract more nonwhite voters or it would never win at the national level again. Mitt Romney won three-fifths of the white vote in 2012, a historically high level, but he still lost the election by almost five million votes, or four percentage points. The Republican report did not mince words about the crisis that the Party faced in the wake of these numbers. "The perception that the [Republican Party] does not care about people is doing great harm to the Party and its candidates on the federal level, especially in presidential years," it said. "It is a major deficiency that must be addressed."
July 09, 2013 ... Republican redistricting skills may hurt U.S. immigration push ... Associated Press
Both Republicans and Democrats in many states have refined the art of congressional gerrymandering, in which they draw House districts to be as strongly conservative or liberal as possible. Adding to the partisan divide are decisions by millions of Americans to live among politically like-minded people. And partisan-tinged radio and TV programs shower lawmakers and constituents with ideological reinforcement.
July 05, 2013 ... Canada is good, but America is truly great ... Andrew Cohen
Canadians are the luckiest people in the world  if only because in the lottery of neighbours, we drew the United States of America.
July 04, 2013 ... Statue of Liberty officially reopens for July 4th after Hurricane Sandy damage repaired ... Colleen Young

June 14, 2013 ... By arming Syria rebels, US drawn into Saudi/Iran proxy war ... Associated Press
President Barack Obama's decision to begin arming Syria's rebels deepens U.S. involvement in a regional proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia that is increasingly being fought along sectarian lines, pitting Sunni against Shiite Muslims, and threatening the stability of Syria's neighbors.
May 27, 2013 ... Graphic --- Guantanamo ... National Post
May 03, 2013 ... First black jockey at the Kentucky Derby since 1902 ... National Public Radio
Yes, he said the first since 1902. African-American jockeys are rare now, but they used to dominate the sport. Most of the jockeys in the first Derby were black, including the winner. In later years, there were legendary black jockeys who won multiple Derbys and earned international fame
April 25, 2013 ... Senator Max Baucus Says He Was Montana's 'Hired Hand' On Gun Vote ... Liz Halloran
... given that he knew he would not have to worry about re-election  Baucus characterized himself as "just a hired hand" carrying out the wishes of his Montana constituents
April 19, 2013 ... How U.S. gun bill passed Senate, succumbed to pseudo-filibuster ... Globe and Mail Editorial
In the past six years, since the Democrats won a majority, the Senate has allowed the possibility of a filibuster  not even the threat of one  to be treated as an actual filibuster. The technicalities are baroque, to put it politely, but the upshot is that Senate votes in the ordinary course require a supermajority. There is no hint of this in the Constitution.
April 18, 2013 ... Historically Speaking, No Surprise In Senate Gun Control Vote ... National Public Radio
... the idea of expanding criminal and mental health background checks to more would-be gun buyers has the support of 90 percent of the U.S. population. If it seems perplexing why an idea that has broad support nationally could fail to pass the U.S. Senate, here's an important reminder: The Senate is not a democratic institution. It never has been, and it was never designed to be. Rather, it was structured to give small or sparsely populated states the ability to stop the majority's will. And on Wednesday, that's how it worked out, as the Senate failed to reach a 60 vote threshold to support new background checks on gun purchases.
April 05, 2013 ... New Clinton memoir fuels presidential rumours ... Steve Holland
Polls show Ms. Clinton as the runaway front-runner at this stage among Democrats for their partys 2016 presidential nomination and that she leads all potential Republican contenders
April 05, 2013 ... New Clinton memoir fuels presidential rumours ... Steve Holland
Polls show Ms. Clinton as the runaway front-runner at this stage among Democrats for their partys 2016 presidential nomination and that she leads all potential Republican contenders
April 01, 2013 ... Second DA murdered. Are white supremacists targetting U.S. justice officials? ... Mark Memmott
In fact, this is the third killing of a prominent law official this year. In addition to the two Texas prosecutors, the chief of the Colorado prison system, Tom Clements, was shot at his front door two weeks ago
March 18, 2013 ... Republican moderates' report says party must embrace moderates ... The New Yorker
March 07, 2013 ... US Senate overcomes Ron Paul filibuster ... Patricia Zengerlle
March 05, 2013 ... Sequester (2013) ... Wikipedia
March 04, 2013 ... The state of the Republican party in March 2013 ... The New Yorker
February 26, 2013 ... Bernanke says Fed stimulus benefits clear --- budget cuts a risk ... Pedro Da Costa
February 25, 2013 ... The triumph of Lincoln, in history and film ... Robert Cushman
February 19, 2013 ... Manhattan's top federal prosecutor has sent more finaciers to jail than anyone since the 1980s ... Joanna Slater
February 12, 2013 ... The Ron Paul Revolution ... Brian Doherty
February 12, 2013 ... Marco Rubio --- a new voice for Republicans? ... Steven Hurst
February 08, 2013 ... Even Without Earmarks, Tax Breaks And Special Deals Fill Bills ... National Public Radio
January 29, 2013 ... U.S. Rep. Peter Welch on Amgens Sweet Senate Deal ... Bill Moyers
January 21, 2013 ... Obama inaugural the most full-throated defence of liberalism since FDR ... Andrew Coyne
January 20, 2013 ... The Citizens United decision --- Money Unlimited ... Jeffrey Toobin
January 18, 2013 ... Secret service tell about presidents behind the scenes ... Ron Kessler
January 10, 2013 ... Graphic -- United States fiscal situation in 2013 ... National Post
January 04, 2013 ... After the Fiscal Cliff, the Republican Party is America's problem ... Jamelle Bouie
November 30, 2012 ... Republican waver on pledge not to raise taxes ... Konrad Yakabuski
November 18, 2012 ... The Tea Party is the GOP's own worst enemy ... David Frum
November 12, 2012 ... A mad men party in a modern family America ... Jonathan Kay
November 12, 2012 ... Obama win marks sharp break from Reagan legacy ... Eric Reguly
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November 13, 2013 ... Obama admin. posts low health care signups ... Associated Press
On daily media calls, Health and Human Services department officials have described a situation where problems get fixed and then new issues crop up as consumers are able to venture further into the website. It's a bit like traffic heading back to a city late on a summer Sunday: You get past one jam, and odds are you run into another.
November 05, 2013 ... Cartoon --- U.S. Healthcare --- Other than that, how are things going? ... Brian Gable

November 05, 2013 ... Spying for the sake of spying ... Washington Post
The United States is new on every one, even allies  and even when it's a monumental waste of time and money.
July 25, 2013 ... Evidence Is In -- Again -- U.S. Republican 'Trickledown' Economics a Failure ... Robert Creamer
This is not the first time in recent history that the evidence has indisputably shown the bankruptcy of GOP economic policies. It was just five years ago this September that the same "trickle down" economic policies resulted in the greatest financial and economic collapse in 60 years. When the Republicans passed the Bush tax cuts in 2003, they promised massive economic growth. The notion that cutting taxes for the rich would "lift all boats" turned out to be sheer fantasy. The Bush years were the first period in modern American economic history to experience zero private sector job growth -- zero.
July 25, 2013 ... U.S. Justice Dept. to challenge states on voting rights ... Associated Press
U.S. Attorney General Holder called the Voting Rights Act "the cornerstone of modern civil rights law" and said that "we cannot allow the slow unraveling of the progress that so many, throughout history, have sacrificed so much to achieve."
July 24, 2013 ... Video --- Obama's statement about Trayvon Martin case ... You Tube

July 19, 2013 ... Republican U.S. House of Representatives votes to replace Bush's 'No Child Left Behind' education law ... Associated Press
The House bill, which Republicans named the Student Success Act and Democrats dubbed the Letting Students Down Act, passed 221-207, with every Democrat, and 12 Republicans voting against it.
July 16, 2013 ... Cartoon: "For those awkward moments when you're caught without a snappy comeback ..." ... The New Yorker
July 16, 2013 ... The hard-won fight for U.S. civil rights in pictures ... Bruce Davidson

July 15, 2013 ... The U.S. and China --- while political leaders plan peace, militaries plan war!!! ... Doug Saunders
Both the Pentagon and the People's Liberation Army are arming for an all-out war and pursuing enormously expensive master strategies that assume that such a war will occur.
July 15, 2013 ... Democratic senators attack the sacred filibuster ... Associated Press
Critics of Reid's proposal, including the Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, called Reid's move one that would "change the core of the Senate." He said it would fundamentally deny senators their prerogative to query potential officials.
July 12, 2013 ... Republicans Nix Food Stamps ... Huffington Post
Forty-seven million Americans receive food stamps. Nearly half are children under 18; nearly 10 percent are impoverished seniors. Food stamps are often the difference between hunger and survival. Republicans famously seem intent on being a party of white sanctuary, writing off all people of color, yet more whites receive food stamps (over one-third of all recipients) than blacks or Hispanics.
July 05, 2013 ... U.S. Supreme Court's Conservative Majority Eviscerate's the U.S. Voting Rights Act ... The New Yorker
"Our country has changed," Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., said, a sentiment echoed by Justice Thomas. They could not mean that race is no longer an issue. The Times reported that one place eagerly awaiting the Court's ruling was Beaumont, Texas, where the Justice Department has blocked several attempts by a group of white citizens to change voting regulations for the explicit purpose of unseating a black-majority school board. What's so changed about that?
July 04, 2013 ... July 4, 1776 --- The United States Declaration of Independence ... Thomas Jefferson
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
July 04, 2013 ... The History of the Star-Spangled Banner ... National Public Radio
... people had been fighting for years to make it the national anthem. There had been a number of bills introduced for the previous 20 years, but there had always been a lot of opposition to this song for a number of reasons, you know. People thought it was too warlike, which is ironic since Francis Scott Key was a war critic. People thought it was a drinking song, which it technically was. Not like, "What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor?" type of drinking song, but [the tune] had been written for this gentleman's club in London at the time of the American Revolution. ...
May 28, 2013 ... Obama's Next Big Campaign: Selling Health Care To The U.S. Public ... National Public Radio
Sicker and older people without insurance may be eager to sign up Oct. 1. But to make the system work financially, young and healthy people who don't need much medical care have to get into the pool, too.
May 07, 2013 ... Vice Presidents usually get a party's nomination but otherwise, Hillary Clinton way ahead of Joe Biden ... Ken Rudin
Just as the conventional wisdom says Biden wants to run in 2016, the same C.W. says Clinton is running as well. While handicapping a presidential race three years in advance is foolhardy, and while nobody wins the nomination because of conventional wisdom, by nearly every measure it seems like the Democratic nomination is hers for the taking.
May 03, 2013 ... From Battlefield To Boston: Marine Comforts Bombing Survivors ... Tom Bowman
In a video taken just days after the Boston Marathon bombing, Cam West breezes into the hospital room like a coach, trying to inspire the team at halftime. Celeste Corcoran sits in a chair, the stubs of her legs wrapped in gauze. She's holding hands with her daughter, Sydney, who was also injured
April 19, 2013 ... Could The N.R.A.'s Big Victory Backfire? ... John Cassidy
In the long run, this outrage could easily backfire on the N.R.A. and its allies. Like the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act and the 2010 Citizens United ruling by the Supreme Court, it may come to be seen as a moment when the forces of conservatism went too far. As President Obama noted in his remarks, yesterday was just round one of the post-Newtown battle over gun control. And far from scoring a knockout, the gun lobby has given its enemies ample reason to get up off the canvas and fight back
April 18, 2013 ... Cartoon: I'm sorry Senator, I didn't realize you were meeting with a lobbyist ... The New Yorker
April 15, 2013 ... While U.S. Congress Slumbers, States pass Laws ... National Public Radio
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart recently called states the "meth laboratories of democracy."
April 05, 2013 ... New Clinton memoir fuels presidential rumours ... Steve Holland
Polls show Ms. Clinton as the runaway front-runner at this stage among Democrats for their partys 2016 presidential nomination and that she leads all potential Republican contenders
April 03, 2013 ... Rise of the Drones . ... PBS/Nova
March 20, 2013 ... A look at politics and the Republican Party ... Charlie Rose
March 07, 2013 ... Jeb Bush keeping options open on future presidential run ... Globe and Mail
March 05, 2013 ... Jeb Bush: Legal Residency, Not Citizenship, For Illegal Immigrants ... National Public Radio
March 05, 2013 ... Four Things To Know About The Next Big Budget Battle and "Continuing Resolutions" ... National Public Radio
February 26, 2013 ... How the Voting Rights Act of 1965 has changed the U.S. South ... Ray Suarez
February 26, 2013 ... Adding up and breaking down America's health care system ... PBS
February 22, 2013 ... Why the reelection of the first black president matters even more than his election ... The Atlantic Magazine
February 13, 2013 ... Cliff Hanger --- The Fiscal Cliff --- what really happened ... Front Line
February 12, 2013 ... What Adam Posen thinks makes the economy tick ... Charlie Rose
February 11, 2013 ... America's political elite are dangerously out of touch ... David Frum
January 30, 2013 ... Obama presses immigration changes, path to citizenship, says 'now is the time' for action ... Associated Press
January 24, 2013 ... U.S. Senate filibuster rules -- defanged --- somewhat ... National Public Radio
January 21, 2013 ... Fighting for Filibuster Reform ... Bill Moyers
January 19, 2013 ... The South no loner speaks for America ... George Packer
January 10, 2013 ... The positive side of Americas new malaise ... Conrad Black
January 10, 2013 ... U.S. has troubles, but will do the right thing ... Andrew Cohen
December 30, 2012 ... Fiscal Cliff Debate: Why The (Very) Few Rule The Many In Congress ... National Public Radio
November 20, 2012 ... Money, power and class continue to play out in U.S. politics in highly complex and puzzling ways ... Francis Fukuyama
November 13, 2012 ... A liberal era for the U.S. Supreme Court? Obamas second term gives him a chance to shift balance ... Joan Biskupic
November 12, 2012 ... Republican victory in six easy steps ... David Frum
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