Day: January 29, 2016

JON HUNTSMAN AND JOSEPH LIEBERMAN: THE REPUBLICAN SCOTUS BLOCKADE IS ‘NOT ACCEPTABLE’

We recently wrote that it was time for our leaders to find a compromise on the Supreme Court vacancy for the good of our country. Unfortunately, since then the two sides have only descended deeper into political rancor and partisan bickering. Millions of dollars in television ads have already flooded the airwaves in Washington and in states …

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THE NEED FOR COMMON GROUND

During her post-Super Tuesday address to supporters in Florida, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, “We know we’ve got work to do, but that work is not going to make America great again. American never stopped being great. We have to make America whole.” The hard truth for all presidential candidates, including GOP front-runner Donald Trump, is …

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MORE PARTISANS THAN STATESMEN

“Democracy is the worst form of government,” Winston Churchill said, “except for all the others.” This divisive, surprising and raucous campaign season frequently reminds us of the wisdom of the great man’s observation. The gridlock and polarization plaguing our democracy predate this campaign, of course. For years now, the loudest, angriest and most insistently uncompromising …

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BIPARTISAN HIGHWAY BILL OFFERS HOPE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE

As America braces for another wave of holiday travel later this month, we have reason to be a little more optimistic about the future of our nation’s roads. Both houses of Congress recently passed the first multiyear surface transportation authorization bill in a decade, promising to give American business and American safety a green light for several years to …

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