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A Major DC Think Tank Has Sold Out to Corporations, Reports New York Times

The Brookings Institution, beloved by centrist Democrats and Republicans alike, lets corporate donors direct its reseach.

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Three Charts That Prove the Tea Party Is Doomed

Demographics truly are destiny.
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The Super Rich Think the Economy is Doing Just Fine

It's not a big surprise that America's top 10% feel good about the current economy. For the rest of us, the outlook is not so cheery.

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Immigration Reform 2013: 5 Common Myths, Debunked

Opponents of immigration reform unfortunately utilize these myths and other negative rhetoric much too often.
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Debt Ceiling 2013: Sorry, Obama, But It's Time to Make a Deal

If Obama keeps refusing to negotiate on long-term reforms, the country's financial future will be put more at risk.
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Philadelphia Building Collapse: One Death Confirmed So Far

The traumatic Philly building collapse should serve as an important reminder about the sorry state of American infrastructure.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Conservative Economists Say It Would Boost Economy

Conservative senators looking for cover could use these economists' analysis as an excuse to support immigration reform.
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Venezuela News: Hezbollah is in Venezuela, But There's No Threat to U.S. Security

The radical anti-Israel paramilitary organization Hezbollah has gained a foothold in Venezeula, but is their presence in "America's backyard" a real threat, or a trumped-up one?

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Immigration Reform: STEM Legislation Would Give US Economy a Much Needed Boost

Postponing high-skilled immigration reform, that grants residencies to foreign-born graduates with advanced degrees, could cost America millions.
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Who Won the Foreign Policy Debate: Romney Proves He is a Disaster on Foreign Affairs

The neocons are making a comeback, and with Iran as a target, the consequences could spell disaster.

Libertarian Writer Charles Murray Develops Quiz to Determine if You Live in a Bubble

Let's discuss something besides dirty books, athletes, guns, superheroes or celebrities; something that might actually matter. Did you grow up in a bubble?
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Newt Gingrich Energy Plan Shows He Doesn't Understand the 2012 Presidential Race

Newt's energy proposal shows how mistaken his energy strategy is.
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From Brookings Institution to AEI: Exploring Washington’s Top Public Policy Think Tanks

Ever wonder where all of the political appointees go after they leave an administration? Many of them end up at one of Washington’s numerous public policy think tanks.

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VIDEO Florida CNN GOP Debate Highlights

Lots of big issues surfaced in the Jacksonville debate, including immigration, Fannie and Freddie, and even the moon and grandmothers.