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Paul Ryan Gets It Backwards On Families and Poverty
In his latest attack on the poor, Rep.
Wingnut Week in Review: The Rise And Fall of Gay Jim Crow
When the week began, Arizona governor Jan Brewer thought she had all the time in the world to decide whether or not to veto Arizona’s “Gay Jim Crow” bill.
Colonized Minds: Anti-Gay Laws in Arizona, Kansas, Uganda And Beyond
Arizona and Uganda are nine thousand miles apart, but they were side by side in the news this week, due to extremist anti-gay laws that spring from and are supported by the religious right.
Wingnut Week In Review: Another One Bites The Dust
It's been another rough week on the right.
Clarence Thomas, Jordan Davis, And America’s “Sensitivity” About Race, Pt. 2
Even before Michael Dunn encountered Jordan Davis and his friends, he was primed to see young black men as dangerous “thugs” that should be eliminated, and to believe he had the absolute right to do so.
About Terrance Heath
Terrance Heath is the Online Producer at Campaign for America's Future. He has consulted on blogging and social media consultant for a number of organizations and agencies. He is a prominent activist on LGBT and HIV/AIDS issues.
Enormous, Humongous Trade Deficit Hits Manufacturing Jobs Hard
The trade deficit went up slightly in January, and as a result manufacturing jobs aren’t doing all that well.
February Jobs Report: We’re Going Nowhere Fast
The February jobs report is more of the same: an economy that is not growing fast enough to put Americans back to work or to provide any lift to wages.
‘More Of The Same’ Won’t End Conflict Over Standardized Testing
We have a standoff over testing as the chief means of determining the fate of the nation's schools.
You Should Be Afraid Of The Trade Deficit, Not The Budget Deficit
Simple message: The trade deficit costs jobs.
Most Small Businesses Want A Minimum Wage Increase, Poll Says
Fifty-seven percent of small businesses in a new survey said they support a $10.
THIS WEEK: Isaiah J. Poole on how President Obama could lead a rethinking of U.S. trade policy.