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Attacks on Abortion Clinics Should Be Prosecuted as Terrorism

It’s the right thing, both practically and philosophically.

The Worst Things House Republicans Are Trying to Sneak Into the Budget Bill

Yes, the U.S. Outspends the Rest of the World on Its Military. That’s a Good Thing.

Amy Schumer’s Nude Photo Shoot Is a Big Middle Finger to Trolls

The GOP Did a Great Job Fielding Minority Candidates. That Doesn’t Mean It Will Win Minority Voters.


The Migrants We Should Fear

The most dangerous terrorists to America are not from Syria. They’re from North Carolina.

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