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Emails Shed Light on Amazon’s Cozy Relationship With the U.S. Government
An Amazon executive advised the federal government on a lucrative online marketplace before the passage of a law that created it.
Voters Are Ready for a Green New Deal. Are Democrats?
America currently lacks the political will for radical action on climate change — but the American people don’t.
How a Federal Job Guarantee Could Lower Crime & Help the Formerly Incarcerated
California wildfires and the prison strike show us that the incarcerated are valuable workers. We should help them be productive when they leave, too.
Maybe Republicans Just Don’t Do Policy
For all their differences, the Bush and Trump White Houses share an indifference toward policy development as opposed to politics and ideology.
D.C.’s Liberal Civil Servants Are Horrified at the Prospect of Life Under Trump
They are wrestling with the question of whether to quit as an act of conscience, or stay and fight for their values.
Wall Street’s (Confused) Position on Trump’s Presidency
Speculation in a vacuum of information.
Is Hillary’s Wonkiness Wasted on a Polarized America?
She hasn’t gotten much love for her policy chops in either the primaries or the general.
Trump’s Parasitic Policy Strategy
He begs, borrows, and steals proposals where he can find them. What happens if he wins?