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Twitter suspends @JamesDean account: an impersonation rebel with(out) a cause?

Source: The IPKat

@JamesDeanThose IPKat readers who are also keen followers of Hollywood stories, gossip and business-related news will probably remember when in February last The Hollywood Reporter published an article concerning James Dean (or rather, his estate), Twitter and the account @JamesDean. Of course iconic James Dean, who died in 1955 aged just 24, was sadly never able to tweet. What happened here is that an an ...
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Source: Broadband TV News

Secretary of State John Kerry Testifies To Senate Committee On International Affairs Budget For FY2015
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John Roberts And The Color Of Money

Source: The Atlantic

Secretary of State John Kerry Testifies To Senate Committee On International Affairs Budget For FY2015
My friend and MIT colleague Tom Levenson watched, with some interests, the debate between myself and Jonathan Chait. On a whim, Tom pulled together some more thoughts on campaign finance reform that, I think, help spin this conversation forward. His insights are below. There has been plenty of talk about  the Ta-Nehisi Coates-Jonathan Chait argument over the term "black culture" in the context of the ills of poverty and the question of progress as seen through the lens of the actual ...
Full article at: The Atlantic 22 hours ago, 8:32am CDT
 

Obama on Voter Suppression: The Right Speech in the Wrong Place

Source: The Atlantic

Rev. Al Sharpton Holds News Conference At National Action Network's Office
There was great truth in the stern message President Obama delivered Friday about Republican voter-suppression efforts around the country. These measures are pernicious and partisan. They do further separate rich from poor, whites from minorities, state from state in this country. And they are based upon the demonstrably false idea that voter fraud by citizens is such a pervasive problem that it only can be thwarted by making it more difficult for already the most ma ...
Full article at: The Atlantic 2 days ago, 11:28am CDT
 

Is George H.W. Bush America’s Greatest Living President?

Source: Outside the Beltway

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In the pantheon of recent former Presidents, George Herbert Walker Bush hasn’t always ranked very highly. In no small part, of course, that came about because he stands in that small group of Presidents who not only served only a single term in office, but also stood for re-election and were defeated.1 Additionally, when he left office after losing the 1992 election Bush’s time in office was seen as largely a failure by his opponents and by members of his own party. Indeed, by the time Bush’s ...
Full article at: Outside the Beltway 2 days ago, 10:59am CDT
 

The Supreme Court's two tribes

Source: The Week

Secretary of State John Kerry Testifies To Senate Committee On International Affairs Budget For FY2015
Shortly after John Roberts became chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, he admitted concern that a steady stream of 5-4 decisions could undermine the court's "credibility and legitimacy as an institution." His fear was well-founded. Since then, the Roberts court has issued bitterly polarized, 5-4 rulings on its most controversial cases — including gun control, voting rights, affirmative action, campaign finance law, ObamaCare, and gay marriage. Justices in ...
Full article at: The Week 5 days ago, 11:30am CDT
 

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RNC Chairman: Bring Back The Gilded Age

Source: The Huffington Post

Government Cabinet Seeks Reform Of Energy Subsidy Law
WASHINGTON -- Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus is now looking to overturn all campaign finance limits and maybe get rid of disclosure rules following the Supreme Court McCutcheon ruling that eliminated aggregate campaign contribution limits. "I don’t think we should have caps at all," Priebus said on conservative Hugh Hewitt's radio talk show on Tuesday, according to The Washington ...
Full article at: The Huffington Post Apr 8 2014, 11:09pm CDT
 

Should the Supreme Court decide what’s good or bad for democracy?

Source: Minnpost.com

Bundeswehr Holds Alpine Adventure Camp 2014
In the 2012 election cycle, according to the Sunlight Foundation, 28 percent of political contributions originated with a group of donors who constitute not 1 percent of the population but less than 1 percent of 1 percent (that’s one ten-thousandth) of the population.Is it good for democracy in America or is it bad for democracy to have a relatively small number of super-rich individuals provide a vastly disproportionate share of the funding of candidates for public office? Call me ...
Full article at: Minnpost.com Apr 8 2014, 10:22am CDT
 

Supreme oligarchy

Source: The Moderate Voice

Bundeswehr Holds Alpine Adventure Camp 2014
John Cole, The Scranton Times-Tribune WASHINGTON — An oligarchy, Webster’s dictionary tells us, is “a form of government in which the ruling power belongs to a few persons.” It’s a shame that the Republican majority on the Supreme Court doesn’t know the difference between an oligarchy and a democratic republic. Yes, I said “the Republican majority,” violating a nicety based on the pretense that when people reach the high court ...
Full article at: The Moderate Voice Apr 7 2014, 10:24am CDT
 



 

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