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  • What do food stamps buy?

    The debate in Congress about cutting the food stamp program has sparked predictable clashes between those who want to help the poor and those who want to cut government spending. But strangely missing from the arguments is a shocking fact: The public,...
  • Government shutdown: It may be just a matter of time now

    Congress started the official countdown this week: It's T-minus 31 days to a government shutdown. OK, so I made up the part about the official countdown. But I don't see any other likely outcome, now that the only folks trying to negotiate a budget deal...
  • Hopkins eventually gets it right on anti-abortion group

    Hopkins eventually gets it right on anti-abortion group
    The bright young people in student government at the Johns Hopkins University no doubt pride themselves on their openness to a diversity of views and their commitment to the free exchange of ideas. That's why the school's Student Government Association'...
  • Gordon Hirabayashi dies at 93; opposed internment of Japanese Americans

    Gordon Hirabayashi, who was convicted for defying the evacuation and internment of Japanese Americans on the West Coast during World War II and, four decades later, not only cleared his name but helped prove that the government had falsified the reasons...
  • Jane Harman: Out of the fray

    Jane Harman: Out of the fray
    Jane Harman has a new address -- on Pennsylvania Avenue. No, not that address. She's the new honcho at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Starting in 1992, she won nine elections in Southern California's coastal 36th Congressional...
  • Government: The tax trap for Democrats

     
    Reports that President Obama and House GOP leaders were closing in on a deficit-cutting deal Thursday that wouldn't necessarily increase tax revenues led Democrats to erupt like Mount Vesuvius, Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) told The Washington Post. That'...
  • Drug war: Time for an exit strategy [Blowback]

     
    The roughly 50,000 murders in Mexico over the last five years are prohibition-related, not drug-related....
  • Japanese officials kept nuclear report on evacuations secret

     
    Japan, nuclear, tsunami, earthquake, Fukushima: Japanese officials hushed up a government report last year warning that tens of millions of people might need to evacuate if the Fukushima nuclear crisis took a turn for the worse, the Associated Press...
  • Heckled during speech, Mexico's president defends drug war

     
    felipe calderon, guadalajara, mexico, drug war: Mexican President Felipe Calderon has once again clashed with a citizen angry about the effects of the country's drug war, this time during a speech in which a man in the audience shouted, "How many more...
  • Mexican officials reportedly barring exit of 3 former governors

     
    Federal authorities in Mexico are seeking to keep three former governors from leaving the country, apparently as part of a corruption investigation....
  • Mexico's incumbent party picks woman as its presidential candidate, a first

     
    Members of Mexico’s ruling party on Sunday chose former congresswoman Josefina Vazquez Mota as their long-shot candidate for president--the first time a woman will vie for the country’s top job on behalf of a major political faction....