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September 25th, 2014

A Simpler Solution to Climate Change

    Even if climate science is complicated, author Naomi Klein wants you to know that finding a solution to global warming is easy.

    In her powerful new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate, the Canadian globalization expert drills through the noisy climate debate and finds that humanity has no choice but to ditch its fossil fuel-driven global economy for a local model powered by renewable energy.

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Yes, it's a tax — and hooray for that

    I’ll never forget Sen. Phil Gramm, the staunch fiscal hawk and self-proclaimed budget-balancer, telling me how it was just fine for the Reagan administration to enact the nation’s largest peacetime military buildup without raising taxes to pay for it.

      Borrowing, he said, was the American way. “You do it for your house, don’t you?”

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Take a Deep Breath

    An existential struggle is taking place in the Arab world today. But is it ours or is it theirs? Before we step up military action in Iraq and Syria, that's the question that needs answering.

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Shareholders' Quest for More Transparency

    If you own a share of a company, how much information about the company are you entitled to? That is the question embedded in the debate over a proposed Securities and Exchange Commission rule that would force publicly traded companies to disclose their political spending to their shareholders.

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How Not to Get Your Country Back

    The tea party mantra, "I want my country back," resonates with many. The racial undertones can be ugly (as well as pointless). But the longing for an economically secure America centered on a strong middle class is on point and widely shared.

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Hillary Clinton needs to tell us her vision

    Judging by her weekend appearance in Iowa, it looks as if Hillary Clinton is indeed running for president. Now she has to answer one simple question: Why?

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Domestic violence puts some women on the path to incarceration

    Domestic violence is a hot topic right now - a conversation being fueled by what we've witnessed inside a fancy hotel elevator and on the stage of the Miss America pageant.

    See, it even happens to a football star's fiancee or a woman with a tiara. This is progress, to talk about the unlikely victims.

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Why Obama needs congressional authority to wage war

    Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia says the question of whether Congress needs to authorize President Barack Obama's declared war on Islamic State was settled by Thomas Jefferson when that president went after the Barbary pirates more than 200 years ago.

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Why none of the Roosevelts could be elected president today

    Last month, inspired by his visit to Franklin Delano Roosevelt's home at Hyde Park in New York, Washington Post Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt pondered whether FDR could have been elected today. The same question has occurred to Ken Burns and Geoffrey Wards, whose look at the lives of Theodore, Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt began airing Sunday night on PBS and will continue through Saturday evening.

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Criminal Card Games

    What is it going to take to get serious about data breaches?

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