Liberals

Things on the Russian home front are getting increasingly bizarre—and terrifying.

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The New Intolerance

Will liberals regret pushing Christians out of public life?

Liberalism has become the new orthodoxy—and there is no room for religious believers to dissent.

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According to Time magazine's political-personality quiz, anyway.

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JFK Was an Unapologetic Liberal


His underrated career as ideological warrior

Conservatives are trying to claim him as one of their own. He wasn't. He was an unapologetic liberal.

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Hillary Clinton’s appearance at the liberal Take Back America conference in 2007 is primarily remembered for the boos and hisses she garnered when she said, "The American military has succeeded. It is the Iraqi government which has failed to make the tough decisions that are important for their own people.” The anti-war attendees had wanted the New York senator to renounce her support for the war; instead they got a careful calibration by Clinton, who called on President George W. Bush to seek new congressional approval to keep boots on the ground. 

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Liberals are dumping Obama. Again. A story on Politico today declares that the left has “revoked Obama’s liberal card” for presiding over a (meager) push to use force against Bashar al Assad’s forces in Syria. And that, combined with a slew of previous disappointments—he never pushed for single-payer health care, he let the Glass-Steagall Act wither and die in favor of Dodd-Frank—this is the last straw.

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This Is How to Convince Conservatives to Recycle

A new study reveals how to appeal to different political ideologies

A new study reveals how to appeal to different political ideologies.

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Are "slippery slope" arguments an example of the rhetoric of reaction? Maybe. But they're not especially conservative.

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Fatal Fatalism

Stop making excuses for senators. Start blaming them.

Stop making excuses for senators. Start blaming them.

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As it turns out, the scariest part of Thursday’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act was the issue that got the least attention. Yes, the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate and its associated reforms of private insurance. But it also ruled that the law’s expansion of Medicaid was unconstitutional. Does that mean the Medicaid expansion might not go forward? Does it mean that a significant number of low-income Americans will remain uninsured because they can't get into the program? In the long run, probably not.

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