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Andrew Cuomo Has a Good Thing Going
Dan Collins, 06.14.2011
New York Editor-At-Large of The Huffington Post
New York is infamous as a tough lift for any governor who hopes just to keep things under control, let alone actually change things. Andrew Cuomo just may be the most successful governor in America.
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History in the Making
Rev. Al Sharpton, 06.09.2011
President, National Action Network
While people of color and the traditionally marginalized make enormous strides with access to places never even imaginable before, the working class and poor are still under attack in extraordinary and systematic ways.
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Buyers' Remorse Over New GOP Governors
Margie Omero, 05.27.2011
Democratic pollster, president of Momentum Analysis
Voters across the country have buyers' remorse about the Republicans they elected to office. The big stands House Republicans have taken so far--defun...
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In the Public Interest: Examining Governor Scott Walker's Highway Boondoggles
Phineas Baxandall, 05.26.2011
Senior tax and budget analyst, U.S. PIRG
Two investigations show the governor has wasted excess tax dollars on high-priced consultants to replace cheaper engineers that were lost to budget cuts and has proposed to spend billions on highway boondoggles that make no sense for Wisconsin.
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Should Gays Be Allowed To Visit Loved Ones In The Hospital? The Governor Of Wisconsin Says No.
Jesse Kornbluth, 05.25.2011
Editor of HeadButler.com
This does not strike me as consistent with the teachings of Jesus Christ. Of the many Bible passages that come to mind: "Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."
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In Wisconsin, Everything Must Go
Rick Horowitz, 05.25.2011
Columnist/commentator
It's "Beat the Recall" Days! We might be losing our majority, but we're not losing our nerve! In fact, we're working 24/7 to clear out all our remaining stock of legislation before we have to close our doors for good!
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Lessons for Future Teachers
John Merrow, 05.25.2011
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It's a hard time to be a teacher. But I also think there's never been a better time to become a teacher.
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Big Bank Backlash: From Coast to Coast People are Moving their Money
Mary Bottari, 05.25.2011
Center for Media and Democracy
As the economy continues to stutter and new unemployment claims surge to an eight month high, it hasn't escaped the notice of people on Main Street that the folks on Wall Street are back in the black.
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Heroes of Wisconsin
Michael Berkowitz, 05.25.2011
Michael Berkowitz, Wisconsin Recall Campaign Contributor.
The people of Wisconsin owe many thanks to the crowds of a hundred thousand that thronged the state capital at Madison... and to the countless volunteers who took up the challenge.
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Fast and Furious Opposition to High Speed Rail Gets U.S. Off Track
Jan McGirk, 05.25.2011
Writer and reporter
If the United States ignores an opportunity to reshape its economic geography with high-speed trains, it's likely to get left behind.
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Gutless Media Has Failed American Schools
Randy Turner, 05.25.2011
English teacher in Joplin, Missouri
Education is not just something that takes place behind schoolhouse doors. The education of the public as a whole is the responsibility of an aggressive, truth seeking media.
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The Laboratory of Autocracy
David Vines, 05.25.2011
Student, University of Wisconsin
Unfortunately, the draconian policies being enacted by Michigan's newly-elected Governor Rick Snyder make Scott Walker's power grabs seem timid by comparison.
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Fire Fighters Turn Off the Spigot
Mary Bottari, 05.25.2011
Center for Media and Democracy
As unions battled for their very existence in Wisconsin, the thunderous silence from Washington, D.C. did not go unnoticed by working families fighting for their livelihoods or by powerful political players.
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Workers Will Die Without Health and Safety Inspections
Johann Hari, 05.25.2011
Columnist, the London Independent
David Cameron is happily responding to a sophisticated and persistent misinformation campaign, where the words "Health and Safety" have been turned into curse-words by the right.
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Public Domain Protest Song!
Adam McKay, 05.25.2011
Film director; Co-Founder, Funny or Die
It's somewhat surprising that we really haven't had a lot of protest music over the past few decades. So when I was told, "If you write the lyrics, we'll record the songs," I went for it, and here's the result.
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The Taxing Issue of Shared Responsibility
Randi Weingarten, 05.25.2011
President, American Federation of Teachers
It's just plain wrong to give more tax breaks to the people who pay the least, while students and everyone else trying to live the American dream see their schools and services cut dramatically.
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It's All One Story
Mike Lux, 06.14.2011
Author, The Progressive Revolution: How the Best in America Came to Be
This is the story of a relentless assault on the working middle class and those desperately trying to gain a foothold on the ladder up to it.
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Conservative Attacks Are a Losing Strategy, but Progressives Must Do More to Win
Amy B. Dean, 06.14.2011
Co-Author, "A New New Deal: How Regional Activism Will Reshape the American Labor Movement"
The fact that conservatives are currently pursuing a losing electoral strategy is not enough for progressives to win in the long run. The labor movement must seize the current moment as an opportunity to put forward a winning program.
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Walker's Political Theater, Brought to You By the Koch Brothers
James P. Hoffa, 06.14.2011
General President, International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will be among friends today when he testifies before the House Oversight Committee. Nearly half the Republican committee members receive funding from the notorious union-busters, Charles and David Koch.
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The (Not Very) Non-Partisan WI Supreme Court Race
Thomas M. Holbrook, 06.07.2011
Department chair and Wilder Crane Professor of political science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
While the 2011 race stands out as somewhat more partisan than previous contests, there's nothing particularly non-partisan about Wisconsin's Supreme Court elections.
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Court Race Throws a Spanner in the Works of Wisconsin's Right Wing
Mary Bottari, 06.06.2011
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In a state that has never unseated a conservative Supreme Court Justice, people power fueled a concentrated effort to deny Scott Walker one branch of government.
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