Growing Momentum for Public Option

Growing Momentum for Public Option

Posted September 30, 2009 by Robert Creamer

In a surprising vote yesterday, ten Democrats voted to add a public option to the most conservative of the five health insurance reform bills working their way through Congress. That’s just two votes short of passage. This robust support for
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Thank Darwin for Separation of Church and State

Posted September 30, 2009 by Tommi Avicolli-Mecca

About 3,000 of the nation’s 1.8 million Muslims gathered on the lawn of the Capitol last weekend for what organizers claimed was not a protest, but rather a prayer event for unity among those who practice their religion. The main
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“I Heard That”: See You Next Year …

Posted September 30, 2009 by Rochelle Metcalfe

My infatuation with the San Francisco GIANTS ends this weekend! It’s been an exciting season, now my mind can turn to other things – FOOTBALL for one! One more time out at AT&T Park last Saturday afternoon to see the
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“Yes on 1” Set to Attack Diverse Families

Posted September 29, 2009 by Paul Hogarth

Using the same right-wing consultants that passed Proposition 8 in California, the “Yes on 1” campaign in Maine is once again trying to scare voters into believing gay marriage will be “taught” in public schools. But supporters of marriage equality
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Biden Democrats, Cracking Open the Afghan Escape Hatch

Posted September 29, 2009 by Robert S. Becker

Desperate Obama voters embrace whatever points towards change to believe in. So I perked up when learning voices other than war-happy Bush leftovers are getting President Obama’s ear on Afghanistan. Could our commander-in-chief take command, reevaluate his rash campaign promise
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