The arch-libertarian Congressman has inspired an entire movement within the Republican Party. Despite what some hope, it will not fade away any time soon. Published August 30 2012
With Neil Armstrong's passing, our nation has lost far more than an icon. The Greatest Generation's American Dream, which made his moon landing possible, is now but a distant memory. Published August 26 2012
The Occupy movement, libertarians, and the Tea Party aren't so different. Thomas Frank, author of "What's the Matter With Kansas?" explains. Published August 25 2012
More Catholics that you might think support reproductive rights, including abortion rights. Jon O'Brien, president of Catholics for Choice, explains why. Published August 24 2012
Jon O'Brien, the president of Catholics for Choice, explains about faith, personal freedom, and the role of religious values in our changing times. Published August 23 2012
Todd Akin has done far more than bring shame to the Republican Party. He might have actually paved the way for a future in which the GOP is free of the antiabortion movement. Published August 22 2012
An overwhelming majority of Americans would say so. In a candid interview, the chairman of U.S. English explains how and why this is. Published August 21 2012
The president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform explains that opposition to amnesty is far from a right-wing-only issue. Published August 20 2012
People often make the illegal immigration issue an emotional one when it's a matter of dollars and cents. Dan Stein, president of the FAIR, explains why. Published August 19 2012
Libertarianism is death to our borders and death to the nation. Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, explains. Published August 18 2012
America's immigration policy has been a wreck for some time. Just how bad are things, though? From matters of economics to the environment, Center for Immigration Studies Executive Director Mark Krikorian explains. Published August 17 2012
Paul Ryan has a troubling record on immigration. Is this the result of a hardline libertarian philosophy, or simply being an insider for too long? Published August 16 2012
What will become of the Religious Right in an increasingly libertarian GOP? Is there room for moderate Christians in America's religious dialogue? Frank Schaeffer explains about all this, as well as his life and career. Published August 14 2012
Frank Schaeffer knows all too well about what happens when religion and politics mix. Here he explains what made the Religious Right what it currently is. Published August 13 2012
Considering the Paul Ryan pick, it sure does seem that way. Published August 12 2012
We all know about the problem of politically charged "journalism". Are things worse than some might have imagined, though? How does media bias impact our society? Political scientist Tim Groseclose explains. Published August 11 2012
From mass hysteria to substituting personal politics for science, Patrick Moore has seen it all in the environmental movement. Part two of an interview with one of the original co-founders of Greenpeace. Published August 10 2012
Is the world as we know it really going to end because of global warming, or is Al Gore full of hot air? An interview with Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore. Published August 9 2012
Perhaps for the same reason that President Obama won't release his Columbia transcripts. In politics, some things are just better left unsaid. Published August 8 2012
America is more divided now than at any other point in modern political history. Dr. Norman J. Ornstein, co-author of the bestselling "It's Even Worse Than It Looks," explains how things got to be so dismal. Published August 7 2012
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