Sen. Ted Kennedy

NAFTA Origins, Part 2: The Architects Of Free Trade Really Did Want A Corporate World Government
These agreements are about getting rid of national sovereignty, and the people who first pressed for NAFTA were explicit about it. They really did want a global government for corporations. Read more...
June 9, 1980 - And Not A Good Day To Be Jimmy Carter Either.
News of the day for June 9, 1980 - Comedian Richard Pryor hospitalized in critical condition as the result of Freebasing gone very wrong. Jimmy Carter booed in Miami by angry blacks. Jimmy Carter and Ted Kennedy in foul up over speaking appearance. The Middle East (again). Read more...
The conventional wisdom about the Stupak bill among the male-dominated media: Why won't the women just sit down, shut up and let the men folk do the Read more...
[media id=9663] (h/t David N.) The most moving part of the services for the late Sen. Edward Kennedy for me was when his son, Ted Kennedy, Jr., spoke Read more...
Before President Obama delivered his eulogy for Sen. Ted Kennedy today, the right was all worked up at the prospect that he might actually use the eul Read more...

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[media id=9647] The right's favorite talking point on Thursday, with Ted Kennedy's funeral dominating the news, was to compare the event to Sen. Paul Read more...
We've lost healthcare reform's biggest hero, and it's only fitting that HR3200, the healthcare reform bill, bear his name. Progressive Change has s Read more...
I've been watching Ted Kennedy since I was a kid and have many memories of him giving speeches -- some great, some not so great. But my favorites may Read more...
Sen. Edward Kennedy - 1932-2009
(Senator Ted Kennedy - passing of an era) Regardless of having known the end would come for some time, hearing the news that Senator Ted Kennedy lo Read more...
Ted Kennedy On National Health Insurance - 1974
(People just get sick - it's what people do.) It always sounds like a good idea and it's always debated, and it makes great soundbites, and it some Read more...