In a rousing speech to a legislative conference of the UAW, President Obama defended his administration's bailout of the auto industry and credited UAW workers as the real saviors of the big Detroit companies.
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The Koch brothers are a major funder of the tea party and several right-wing think tanks.
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When hacking activist group Anonymous began a mission to take down the white supremacist party, they were surprised by what they found
"We are in a new era, a new situation, which none of us have ever seen before."
In recent decades, social and demographic changes, as well as the victories of the Civil Rights movement, have been eroding Virginia's reputation as a bulwark of reaction.