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Book Review: ‘Citizens DisUnited’ by Robert A.G. Monks


A new book breaks down the devastating effect that the Citizens United decision has had on the United States' democracy. Read More »

“I Hope Obama Fails” Just Took On a Whole New Meaning

The GOP path back to power comes with a price that I doubt very many of them would want to pay. Read More »

American Honor

How can I be a proud American when I can't find any pride or honor in our politicians? Read More »

How To Lose A City in Ten Steps, Part Four: Police, Politics, and Citizens United

With the city in shambles, police learn the best way to deal with crime; ignoring it. What? Read More »

Occupy Wall Street: Young and Unsure

The Occupy Wall Street movement lacks direction and specificity Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Gilbert & Sullivan’s Utopia, Limited

Strangely appropriate for our times, this biting satire, shot through with almost grating cynicism, still has many delights. Read More »

Citizens United, or Sheep?

Are people sheep? Or are people their own best shepherds? Can the Right have it both ways? Read More »

A Pox On Both Of Their Mansions

Trying to steal even more from your employer than you already do, you worthless scum? Read More »

The Supreme Court’s Citizens United Decision Should Be Read

It makes little sense to applaud or disparage the decision without having read it. Read More »