laws

NYC comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer explains the role of comptroller, discusses the 2008 financial crisis and defends market regulation. Read more...
This is your moment of clarity #186: Did you know there is a soon-to-be-passed trade deal that's being called "NAFTA on steroids"? Read more...
A special programming note from Senior Writer Michael Winship: "As you probably have figured out by now, because Hurricane Sandy hit New York City and its surroundings with such a mighty punch, the Moyers & Company production team has Read more...
"People are 3,615 times more likely to report a UFO sighting than they are to commit in-person voter impersonation, according to national data." Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur recently discussed just how common voter fraud is as Republicans Read more...
Good morning, today is Monday, July 23, 2012. So...who's in charge of the coffee today? Hello? Read more...

↓ More items below ↓
Anonymous supporters tidy up a park in Tokyo to protest against tough new copyright laws. Read more...
“This spontaneous and popular movement is not swayed by any political organization, but is propelled by and is a response to the national and collective urge from our hearts. We can produce democratic, fair laws to end extreme poverty…” Read more...
Earlier this week, The Daily Show decided to take on the Tucson Unified school board and their decision to outlaw Mexican-American studies in their classrooms. Here's more from the L.A. Times on the board's decision -- Mexican American studies: Read more...
It's not just a tweet - it's a re-tweet of the Heritage Foundation that showed up on the Speaker of the House's feed. Yes, the Heritage Foundation - you know the people who scored the first Bush Tax Cut and reported they would: 1) Effectively Read more...
Okay, Michele Bachmann, we get it. You are against gay marriage. You've said it. Your husband treats homosexuality as if it were tuberculosis and yet still calls them barbarians who need to be educated. You don't think the homosexuals should exist Read more...