Guess who’s buying into the revisionist idiocy that Dems and poor minorities created the financial crisis? George Will: Put on asbestos mittens and pick up “Reckless Endangerment,” the scalding new book by Gretchen Morgenson, a New York Times columnist, and Joshua Rosner, a housing finance expert. They will introduce you to James A. Johnson, an […]
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One of the Ohio Republicans who pushed a state law to toughen voter ID restrictions to “prevent fraud” because there’s no reason why “citizens wouldn’t have a driver’s license” would himself lose the right to vote under the law because his license may be revoked for an Indiana DUI. On April 23, an Indiana […]
And so Minnesota’s government and a number of “non-critical” state services are shut down until further notice as of today. Visitors won’t be able to go to the state parks or the zoo, and travelers will find the highway rest stops shuttered. Road construction projects will cease, as will licensing for teachers and businesses. Many […]
Campaign finance reform advocates are worried that Stephen Colbert’s SuperPAC shtick may open the door to some real abuses by the corporate-owned press depending on how the FEC rules. For its part, the commission has been treating Colbert’s request like any other. It’s created some quirky moments, like when Colbert had to assure the […]
Josh Marshall notes that Republicans are completely uninterested in jobs right now. We know that congressional Republicans are saying they won’t allow any more stimulus spending. That’s been more or less clear since last November’s election. And that doesn’t surprise anyone much since, while it prevents any real action to boost the economy, it’s […]