Nathaniel Reid
Nathaniel Reid
News

Presidential Pardons Expose Just How Screwed Up Our Justice System Really Is

In some ways, they're a metaphor for everything that's wrong with our prison system.

News

These 2 Republican 2016 Hopefuls Were War Hawks, Until...

President Obama's flirtation with military intervention in Syria has caused two hawkish ideologues with eyes on 2016 to reconsider their foreign policy.
News

5 Obamacare Laws That You Don't Know About But Will Be Glad to Learn

Here are five laws which you may have forgotten but will be glad to know.
News

5 Online Tools To Get Classified Government Information

These five internet resources will help you find classified documents and information about lobbying.
News

Whitey Bulger and FBI Go Head-to-Head in Trial, But Whitey Gets the Last Laugh

With murderers and felons given reduced sentences in exchange for cooperation with law enforcement, police methods are on trial in the Whitey Bulger case.
News

Obama Risks Losing Boston Bomber Conviction By Not Reading Miranda Rights

By not reading the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsaernev his Miranda rights President Obama risks having evidence witheld from the criminal trial.

News

Dodd-Frank Rules: Lobbyists, Financial Industry Continue to Stall Full Implementation

Nearly three years after the passage of the financial reform bill, key provisions of the bill are far from being implemented.
News

Immigration Reform 2013: U.S. Needs to Let in More High-Skilled Workers

Raising the limit of high skilled workers allowed into the country would lead to economic growth.
News

Edith Windsor: Why She Was the Perfect Person to Challenge DOMA

The personal stories of the DOMA challengers will not play a prominent role in oral arguments, but could impact the Court's decision.
News

Gay Marriage Arguments: What to Look For This Week

Excited about the Supreme Court's upcoming gay marriage cases this week, but confused about all the legalistics? Learn everything with our three-part series.
News

Prop 8: Anthony Kennedy Will Be the Swing Vote That Strikes it Down

The fate of Proposition 8 lies in the hands of Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy. As the predominant swing vote on the Court, look for Kennedy to strike down Proposition 8.

News

Auto Industry Car Sales Return to Pre-Recession Levels But Economy Still Stuck in the Mud

Auto sales by America's Big 3 auto producers are returning to normal, but the economy is still awful for young people.
News

First Presidential Debate Recap: Who Won Obama Romney Debate

Live coverage and up to the minute analysis of the first 2012 presidential debate.
News

Tim Pawlenty VP Odds Low: Romney Will Look to Rubio, Santorum, and others

While Tim Pawlenty offers many benefits to the Romney campaign, Romney would be better off playing the numbers game and nominating a swing state VP
News

Despite Rick Santorum-Mitt Romney Battle, the Michigan Primary Doesn't Even Matter

With confusing delegate allocation rules, the upcoming Super Tuesday contests, and Michigan's recent blue state history, does the's Michigan primary matter?
News

Term Limits for Congress Make Us More Partisan and Wreak Havoc on Our Democracy

Term limits would hamper the voice of the people and prove fertile ground for special interests and partisan bickering, all at the expense of our nation.

News

The Founders Would Support Occupy Wall Street

The Founders would have supported the Occupy movement because of their support of protest and their dislike of partisanship, among other reasons.
News

Breaking News: Highly-Publicized Book Tour Placed On Hiatus

Harman Cain, author of "This is Herman Cain!: My Journey to the White House," announced today that he will be suspending his book tour.

Lessons on Rebuilding from Detroit's Auto Industry and Sports Resurgence

Detroit’s auto industry and sports team are on the rise, indicating the value of the bailouts and redistributive outside intervention policies.
News

Why Are Today's GOP Candidates So Darn Radical?

In the past, being a conservative meant being cautious and careful. Today, the GOP has been taken over by radicals bent on cutting government to the extreme.