"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
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The U.S. government, through a 75-year-old program called Federal Prison Industries, makes about $750 million a year providing prison labor, federal records show. The great majority of those contracts are with other federal agencies for services as diverse as laundry, construction, data conversion and manufacture of emergency equipment.
A documentary filmmaker has released a video of Gov. Scott Walker discussing his upcoming public union strategy with a donor weeks ahead of the collective bargaining bill.
Inequality, the large and growing gap in wealth, will destroy the U.S. – maybe it already has. These essays and comments sound a clear alarm.
J. Bradford DeLong is Professor of Economics at the University of California at Berkeley and a research associate at the National Bureau for Economic Research. He was Deputy Assistant US Treasury Secretary…
Questions concerning woman/man relations might include (but are not limited to) these (please note that these are proposed questions for discussion, they are neither statements, rules nor opinions
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Mr. Romney must be either deluded or dishonest about the economy. The so-called "liberal policies of the past", as he well knows, worked well (WPA, social security, etc.). It is the "conservative" policies of the past (lawless/deregulated business practices, top-end tax breaks, etc.) that have patently failed. The liberal pragmatism this President proposes, and that Republicans blindly obstruct, is incremental, balanced/fair and forward-looking.
So the vote in the House was 163 in favor and 262 opposed for the Rohrabacher and Hinchey amendment that would have prevented the DOJ from expending any funds for the purpose of interfering with state medical marijuana operations.