Legislation

10 Commandments Re-envisioned: Ten Ideas For Education (All From Current American College Students)

The Roosevelt Institute in Manhattan works on policy making at the student level, among other things. Join In Shaping The Future: The Rooosevelt Institute 570 Lexington Ave New York, New York (212) 444-9130 http://www.rooseveltinstitute.org/ https://www.facebook.com/Roosevelt.Institute   For more info on these proposals, see more detailed story below this one. 1 Sensible […]

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The Third Way: A Record of Impact

The Third Way is not just an idea-that it’s not about Democrats and Republicans, it’s about what works–it’s also an organization in Washington, and it is perhaps the most effective moderate organization in that city. Here is their essential record of achievement entitled a record of Impact. Sometimes people get […]

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A Note On Transparency

The hard thing about Transparency is that it is not a one way street in terms of traditional American Political Ideology. Union action in large public projects is as much of an issue as Citizens United. If Americans want true transparency in public spending in the United States (arguably amazingly valuable […]

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A Great Day in America

Obviously, on the eve of Gay Pride week around the world, a great day in America. Here is the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington singing the National Anthem in front of a heavily guarded Supreme Court…it’s really just very moving. Been following much of what’s been happening today on activist […]

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THE CLINTON FOUNDATION: HOW DOES IT WORK?

In less than two weeks, the Clinton Global Initiative‘s 10th Annual Meeting will convene leaders from around the world to turn ideas into action on global challenges. The meeting will open on Sunday, September 21st with the Clinton Global Citizen Awards, which honor outstanding individuals in civil society, philanthropy, public […]

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