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TSA Unionization: An Exercise in Political Back-Scratching

Politicians make many promises during the course of a presidential campaign. But, more important than studying which promises they keep, voters should note whom the kept promises were made to. On October 20, 2008–less than two weeks before election day–then

Down Under and November: Why Australia Has Democrats Worried

Pay just a bit of attention to what has been going on in Australian politics the past few months and you will quickly get the sense you are reading a U.S. 2010 midterm preview. President Obama and congressional Democrats will

Breaking the Impasse: Article 76 of Iraq's Constitution

Liberty is taking root in Iraq. While this young democracy has yet to form a new government since the March 7th election–over nineteen weeks and counting–the media attention on the current impasse and possible dire consequences it may yield ignores