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by jonathan cohn

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell did something remarkable on Thursday: He admitted he made a mistake and proceeded to fix it. In so doing, he sent a powerful message to both his players and to society—one that experts are telling me might actually help...
From: The New Republic | By: Jonathan Cohn | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Two different senators were in the news on Wednesday, for statements on two different issues. Together they painted one very depressing picture about the extremism of the Republican Party.One of the senators was Marco Rubio, from Florida, who once cultivated...
From: The New Republic | By: Jonathan Cohn | Thursday, August 28, 2014
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Congress can’t seem to enact anything of substance and, thanks to House Republicans, it certainly isn’t about to ratify any Democratic initiatives. But state and local governments, where liberals have more sway, are pretty busy these days.  New...
From: The New Republic | By: Jonathan Cohn | Thursday, August 28, 2014
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ESPN got into a lot of trouble yesterday for running a segment on Michael Sam, the rookie linebacker who is the NFL’s first openl...
From: The New Republic | By: Jonathan Cohn | Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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There’s no sugarcoating the launch of Obamacare last fall. Healthcare.gov, the federally run website that more than two-thirds of the states used to administer the program, was barely functional until December. The ensuing chaos nearly undermined the...
From: The New Republic | By: Jonathan Cohn | Tuesday, August 26, 2014
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