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In U.N. Speech Obama Drops Claim 'ISIL is Not Islamic'

Today President Obama gave a speech at the U.N. which was, in part, a revised version of his prime time address to the nation about ISIS. This 2nd draft was a big improvement over the first and seemed to drop one of the most contentious claims the President made two weeks ago, i.e. that ISIS is not Islamic. Sep 24, 2014 11:04 AM PT

Filmmaker Terry Gilliam: Short-Sighted Capitalists Should Be Shot

Terry Gilliam is the writer and director behind some of the most creative and darkly humorous films of the last 30 years including Time Bandits, Brazil and 12 Monkeys. In a recent interview with Collider to promote his new film, The Zero Theorem, Gilliam gets sidetracked into a discussion about U.S. politics. He winds up suggesting there are certain people he'd like to have shot, sounding a bit like a villain from one of his own dystopian fantasies: Sep 22, 2014 1:00 PM PT

Democrats Eager to Kick Open the Gender Gap for 2016

This morning the Center for American Progress hosted a women-only roundtable discussion featuring Hillary Clinton, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Gillibrand among others. It's purpose was clearly to keep the "war on women" meme front and center as Hillary gears up for 2016. Sep 18, 2014 11:31 AM PT

Sam Harris: Obama is Sleepwalking Toward Armageddon

Sam Harris had some harsh words for President Obama after his speech last week, the one in which he declared, "ISIL is not Islamic." Harris, one of the outspoken new atheists, wonders when, if ever, the truth about Islam will be spoken by our leaders. Sep 17, 2014 2:32 PM PT

San Francisco Chronicle Rejects Prop. 45

The San Francisco Chronicle has urged readers to vote no on proposition 45, an attempt to let state regulators have control over insurance prices. Under current California law, the state insurance commissioner can deem health insurance rate increases to be excessive, but cannot veto the rates. Prop. 45 would change that, giving the commissioner the power to intervene if an increase in rates was judged to be excessive. Sep 15, 2014 4:09 PM PT


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