Opinion

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Republicans take aim at early voting

Early voting, a key element in President Barack Obama's victory in 2008, is under fierce attack by the Republican Party.

Jim Crow move over, the Wisconsin GOP is here

Voters will for the first time be required to show photo identification this summer in recall elections seeking to unseat several Republican legislators.

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Labor independence: Not much to do with a party label

A recent article by Mike Elk illustrates what is wrong with too much of the left's thinking on labor today.

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GOP: Gay friendly?

How do the potential 2012 GOP presidential nominees view the LGBT community?

Will Obama meetings on immigration reform bear fruit?

The meetings were apparently a response to pressure on the administration to back off of its aggressive immigration enforcement efforts.

Budget in context

What's the budget debate about? Obama put the question of "how to balance the budget" in the context of "what kind of country will we be?"

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GOP budget would shift the country sharply to the right

President Obama got it right when he said the Republican Party's goal is about "changing the basic social compact in America." Politics, however, does not begin at the top.

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Republicans reverse Robin Hood

The famed Robin Hood and his men fought to take from the rich to help the poor. Today we see the top 2 percent, the rich capitalist class, doing the opposite.

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A real "moment of truth"

There is another way to turn around the annual deficit and ultimately eliminate the national debt.

They cry wolf too many times

Andrew Breitbart: remember him? Now he's also turned his greasy rightwing eye on the Communist Party.

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