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All our political factions should get behind rewarding Americans who labor.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. But at the end of this month, the new health care law will get a third chance to make a decent impression – finally.
Republicans are unhappy that President Barack Obama is invoking his executive powers to govern in the face of a do-nothing-in-2014 House of Representatives. To hear them talk, you would think our chief executive is modeling himself on the late H...
The government – through wage subsidies in the tax code, Medicaid and food stamps – is conferring substantial benefits on employers of low-wage labor.
The House Republican majority now governs largely through gestures and is driven almost entirely by internal party fractiousness and narrow political imperatives.
Our politics have become haunted by the principles of the so-called Austrian school of economics and its hostility to any government actions to prevent downturns from becoming catastrophes.
The botched rollout of the health care law has called forth some good news: Republicans are so confident they can ride anti-Obamacare sentiment to electoral victory that they’re growing ever-more impatient with the tea party’s fanati...
President Obama’s upcoming State of the Union address is about more than the last three years of his presidency. Its purpose should be to shape the next decade of American political life.
It was a bittersweet briefing that told us exactly where the Obama administration finds itself at the dawn of its sixth year.
Rep. George Miller, D-Martinez, loves a lively legislative scrap and is in a robustly good mood about the long-term possibilities of progressive politics.