Wellstone Accused of Voter Fraud, Threatened with Death, Day Before Plane Crash

By: Monday October 25, 2010 2:29 pm

The GOP’s sustained effort to accuse those who mobilize Democratic constituencies — as Wellstone did better than anyone — of vote fraud is designed not just to delegitimize both big-D and small-D democracy, but also to elicit this kind of tribalistic hatred.


Cutting Social Security in the Name of National Security

By: Tuesday June 1, 2010 9:30 am

The Administration has rather bizarrely stuck deficit reduction into the national security strategy while ignoring several equally–probably more–important issues that the ascendancy of the deficit hawks has led this country to neglect. Which is just one more indication of how dangerous and counterproductive the deficit scolds are to this country

5 Lessons the Tea Parties Can Learn from the Anti-War Movement

By: Saturday March 27, 2010 11:30 am

With all the controversy raging around the Tea Parties, the Republican party, and the recent terror attacks against members of congress, I thought it might be helpful if we extend a helping hand to the Tea Party folks, and show them what we’ve learned from the recent history of the anti-war movement.

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