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In '96 poor Forbes was thought
To be less zealous than he ought
To be on things like baby-killing.
So now he's showing that he's willing
It was yet another Washington confab where Democrats
gathered in a hotel to ponder their prospects.
Groups that swore not to back the controversial candidate now are—but it probably won’t matter.
For three months TheNation.com has pushed for a substantive conversation about poverty in the presidential campaign. Today the Obama campaign responds.
The US Chamber of Commerce is likely going to spend $100 million on the election, but where is the money coming from?
The To-FEMA-Or-Not-To-FEMA belies a bigger problem with the political priorities of this country.
A real magician never reveals his secrets.
Like the hurricane itself, slash-and-burn government hurts the most vulnerable the most, but it threatens all of us eventually.
To have a massive, natural catastrophe so close to a presidential election is an unprecedented phenomenon in US history.
With not enough time for sleazy moves to backfire, opportunists are pulling out all the stops.
Which candidate's final-stretch strategy will be enough to win the presidency?
The GOP nominee says there’s something “immoral” about spending big to bail folks out when trouble hits. Americans will be excused if, this week especially, they disagree.