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In his speech in Kotzebue, President Obama thanked Alaska Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott for their recent leadership in helping pave the way for thousands more Alaskans to gain health care under Medicaid next year. He also... more

The New Deal had passed a large number of measures that were regulating business in some ways for the first time, and it [had] empowered labor unions and given them a voice in the affairs of business. Corporate leaders resented both of... more

The Monday Morning Quarterback is a person who passes judgement on and criticizes something after the event (the Oxford Dictionary). We take a look at the Sunday talk shows and much more. El lunes por la mañana El mariscal... more

The racial disparity in the post-Katrina "recovery" is especially pronounced. A recent Louisiana State University survey found that almost 80 percent of white New Orleans residents say that the city has "mostly recovered" from... more

The past week's political events that help shape American politics. Acontecimientos políticos de la semana pasada que ayudan a conformar el cuerpo político estadounidense Episode #1972

The political magazine with a full cup of Coffee and a few polling numbers in between the refills. La revista política con una taza llena de café y algunos números de las encuestas entre las recarga

Now that we have had time to observe the Donald Trump phenomenon, there is enough evidence to make a clear assessment of what it represents. The rise of Trump is an epic expression of frustration with the American political system, and... more

The Monday Morning Quarterback is a person who passes judgement on and criticizes something after the event (the Oxford Dictionary). We take a look at the Sunday talk shows and much more. El lunes por la mañana El mariscal... more

The roots for the current racial divide are deep. In 1916, St. Louis voters codified segregation with an ordinance that prohibited racially mixed communities. The law was struck down by the courts, but deed covenants and realtor agreements... more
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