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The opportunity before the Democrats is far bigger than a few House and Senate seats if they can recognize -- and seize -- this unique historical moment.
Five years ago, Al Gore was the much-mocked pol who blew a gimme with his stiff demeanor and know-it-all style. Today? C'mon, admit it: You like him again.
This November, anti-gay-marriage bills will be back on ballots with a vengeance. But this time around, the gay and lesbian activist network is ready to play hardball.
Milton Friedman's latest research on the Federal Reserve challenges key assumptions of a very prominent economist: Milton Friedman.
He's looking pretty good, and getting better.
Too many of the same people who are rightfully upset about attempts at voter suppression in this country look fondly on a regime that has denied the people of Cuba those very same rights.
What are they going to do—abandon their entire economic philosophy?
If Elizabeth Warren, the scourge of Wall Street, emerges as a rival to Schumer, close association with the big banks could prove even more toxic for him.
CEO pay soars and productivity far outpaces any wage gains for regular people. Then there's the inequality tax, which is epic.