February 28, 2005
Media Matters for America gives the dish on experts who support Social Security privatization.
Monday 8:34 AM
February 16, 2005
Read the newly declassified 9/11 report that the Bush administration held onto until after the election.
Wednesday 12:53 PM
February 04, 2005
Read Sen. Barack Obama's statement opposing the confirmation of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.
Friday 11:37 AM
January 31, 2005
This handy resource teaches helpful hints—like it's better to talk about "personal accounts," rather than "private accounts."
Monday 5:21 PM
January 26, 2005
...and Kennedy, too. Read the speeches both senators made challenging Condoleezza Rice's nomination.
Wednesday 9:49 AM
January 25, 2005
An open letter on a woman's right to choose from the Religious Institute On Sexual Morality, Justice and Healing.
Tuesday 9:40 AM
January 20, 2005
Find out who's funding today's $40 million inauguration extravaganza.
Thursday 10:20 AM
January 17, 2005
Read Dr. King's famous letter on nonviolent civil disobedience.
Monday 8:54 AM
January 04, 2005
Twelve retired military officers want to know where Alberto Gonzales stands on torture. Shouldn't Congress?
Tuesday 4:33 PM
January 03, 2005
The Justice Department tries to save face by issuing a new memo defining torture.
Monday 11:41 AM
December 22, 2004
See the internal FDA survey that shows scientists admitting to feeling pressure to approve drugs.
Wednesday 10:30 AM
December 21, 2004
An ACLU lawsuit provoked the release of FBI documents that tell a troubling tale of interrogation techniques in Iraq.
Tuesday 10:51 AM
December 17, 2004
Read Sen. Robert Byrd's Senate speech against the hastily enacted intelligence reform bill the president signed today.
Friday 2:47 PM
December 06, 2004
The House Judiciary Committee's letter to Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell tallies up the voting irregularities.
Monday 3:59 PM
December 01, 2004
In this letter to the judiciary committee, 30 civil rights leaders lambaste Alberto Gonzales' record on civil rights.
Wednesday 3:48 PM
November 30, 2004
A new report from the Pentagon slams U.S. diplomatic strategies in the Arab world.
Tuesday 11:32 AM
November 24, 2004
A new poll shows most Americans think Iraq was a mistake and are worried about President Bush's domestic agenda.
Wednesday 5:59 PM
November 22, 2004
CIA spies had infiltrated Al Qaeda before 9/11—but not deeply enough to prevent the attack.
Monday 9:14 AM
November 11, 2004
The Center for American Progress picks some "highlights" from the career of Bush's nominee for attorney general.
Thursday 10:42 AM
November 03, 2004
Read this inspiring statement from the newest progressive U.S. senator: Barack Obama of Illinois.
Wednesday 12:35 PM
October 25, 2004
A new Senate report finds the Pentagon cooked up intelligence on Iraq to fit Bush's political agenda.
Monday 10:05 AM
October 20, 2004
A letter from the Leadership Council On Civil Rights to the DNC and RNC asks them not to challenge voters Nov. 2.
Wednesday 4:20 PM
October 14, 2004
Few people know more about security than these 500 signatories, and they say Iraq is the most misguided policy since Vietnam.
Thursday 10:29 AM
October 12, 2004
The Center For Public Integrity has the memos that show prisoner abuse was guided by high-level military intelligence.
Tuesday 9:58 AM
October 07, 2004
Here it is. Read it and learn how much we were misled.
Thursday 8:05 AM
October 06, 2004
Between the 169 university professors and the 560 economists, 729 experts on fiscal matters came out against Bush today.
Wednesday 2:40 PM
October 01, 2004
Whether you missed part of it or just want to relive the best (and worst) lines, here's a transcript of last night's debate.
Friday 2:07 PM
September 27, 2004
An open letter from religious leaders on why people of faith should support equal marriage access for all Americans.
Monday 4:13 PM
September 24, 2004
Remember the so-called "Contract With America?" Here's the bigger, better, progressive version.
Friday 2:16 PM
September 14, 2004
This White House has undermined the principle of open government at every turn, finds a new report by Rep. Henry Waxman.
Tuesday 5:06 PM
August 25, 2004
The blue-ribbon panel investigating Abu Ghraib found Rumsfeld responsible for not stopping torture. See the report here.
Wednesday 9:41 AM
August 23, 2004
You know it's an important election when 13 members of Congress request observers from the United Nations.
Monday 8:14 AM
August 18, 2004
How much campaign cash do Kerry and Bush have and where's it coming from? The Center for Responsive Politics knows.
Wednesday 4:42 PM
August 16, 2004
Read the letter from the Project On Government Oversight to the energy secretary on securing nuclear material.
Monday 10:41 AM
July 30, 2004
See what the Dems talked about in Boston this week—including a historic shift on the death penalty.
Friday 11:54 AM
July 23, 2004
The 585-page final report of the 9/11 Commission has been released. It's well worth the time to check it out.
Friday 11:40 AM
July 20, 2004
Joe Lieberman and John Kyl think America is not sufficiently scared and compliant, so they've revived the Committee on the Present Danger.
Tuesday 10:52 AM
July 14, 2004
Here it is. All 500-plus pages of blistering critique of the intelligence used to sell the Iraq war to the public.
Wednesday 3:58 PM
June 28, 2004
Read a bipartisan group of 180 lawmakers' letter to EPA Administrator Michael Leavitt urging a new, stronger mercury-emissions plan.
Monday 8:33 AM
June 23, 2004
A group of 450—that's right, 450—academics, led by Harvard Law profs, has called for Congress to hold the executive branch accountable.
Wednesday 9:36 AM
June 18, 2004
Four counts of assault but no murder charge. Hmmm. We smell a plea bargain.
Friday 12:49 PM
June 17, 2004
A group of 27 former diplomats, mission chiefs and retired four-star generals has issued a harsh statement calling for change in U.S. foreign policy.
Thursday 10:38 AM
June 16, 2004
The 9/11 commission found no link between Al Qaeda and Iraq, and here's the document that shows it.
Wednesday 10:29 AM
June 09, 2004
Read for yourself this excerpt from the Pentagon's policy memo on torture and interrogation.
Wednesday 2:14 PM
May 26, 2004
The New York Times
reviews its road-to-war reporting.
Wednesday 3:33 PM
National security expert Anthony Cordesman's testimony on Iraq policy.
Wednesday 11:49 AM
May 24, 2004
Do the costs of companies marketing to schoolchildren outweigh the benefits?
Monday 10:15 AM
May 17, 2004
The unanimous decision of the highest court in Massachusetts.
Monday 2:47 PM
May 05, 2004
Sen. Russ Feingold scolds the White House for disregarding science in its new rules on mercury consumption.
Wednesday 6:33 PM