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We know what we must do

By Connie Schultz In 1997, my 9-year-old daughter met Miep Gies, the Gentile friend who helped hide Anne Frank and her family in the small attic apartment in Amsterdam until they were caught and murdered by the Nazis. This was a...

A corporate supercell spawning hailstorm of special-interest legislation

By Jim Hightower Just days after last November's election, jubilant members and top staffers of the notorious corporate front group, American Legislative Exchange Council, gathered for a celebratory lunch and planning session at. . .

Fat cats, insults

By Steve Gillespie While buying food at a pet supply store for my French Bulldog, Bella, I heard one of the workers tell another employee that a couple had just bought 200 pounds of cat food, and said it would last them about a. . .