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[The DoJ report on the Ferguson Police Department] underscores the need for change in the federal law and reform of an unjust system.
Net neutrality is predicated on a cartoonish caricature of the history of American communications, which has long exaggerated the importance of garage-based startups while discounting the innovative potential of the digital behemoths that dominate cyberspace today.
No amount of outside action by the United States, Europe or non-Islamic states can do more than partially contain the violence [of Islamic terrorism].
Passing a constitutional amendment that enshrines this fundamental right [to vote] will give U.S. courts the clarity and authority they need to strike down Republican efforts to suppress the vote
Skiing, snowboarding, and winter recreation as we know it are threatened by climate change.
He revealed a program that we probably would've never known about had not he revealed it because the government was lying to us. So in many ways, you could call him a whistle-blower.
Last month, federal regulators finally got around to recommending stronger restrictions on access to these medications by limiting refills and mandating more frequent visits to doctors to obtain prescriptions. Now doctors, who helped create the problem, need to do their share to control it.
Politicians who know better and seek to strip [the issue raised by Black Lives Matter] of its racial content and context are acting in bad faith. They are trying to cover up an unpleasant truth and asking the country to collude with them.
So far it looks like the demonstrators are presenting a far more relevant, compelling and insightful analysis than the gaggle of pols now rushing to catch up with the society they nominally lead.
We have to defend ourselves against terrorism, but there are ways to do that without impinging on our constitutional rights and our privacy rights.
[The DoJ report on the Ferguson Police Department] is a damning picture, and one that should be studied by other cities where white police departments are at odds with minority communities.
Under President Obama, "social justice has not been served. But these failures are nothing for conservatives to celebrate. Years after the recession's technical end, too many Americans are still struggling. Conservatives need to construct a solution of their own. "
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