Monthly Archives: July 2012

Global Warming and the Skeptics

Every day above 100 degrees, every news story about the severity of the Midwest drought likely brings a few more global warming skeptics to the grudging acknowledgement that yes our planet is getting hotter and yes we need to do … Continue reading

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Taxes and Job Creators

It’s not true. Higher taxes on job creators don’t mean fewer jobs are created. Lower taxes on job creators don’t mean more jobs are created. It’s just not true and it’s never been true.

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An Even Harder Healthcare Question

By upholding the Affordable Care Act the Supreme Court settled one of the hard questions that faced our country – we have an obligation to make sure that every U.S. citizen has access to medical care. And eventually the Affordable … Continue reading

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Israel and the Two State Solution

Recent attacks by Jewish settlers on West Bank Mosques have highlighted yet again the resistance within Israel to creating a separate Palestinian state. But history suggests that if it Israel tries to keep the West Bank and Gaza at some … Continue reading

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