Updated at 3:15 p.m. The state Senate approved legislation Monday afternoon targeting Vanderbilt’s all-comers policy on a 19-12 vote. The Senate approved Senate Bill 3597, which originally barred only the University of Tennessee and Tennessee Board of Regents systems from … Continue reading →
By Randy Shaw
From April 9-15, thousands of Occupy activists got direct action training in preparation for the “99% Spring.” The goal is recapturing Occupy’s momentum, with a greater focus on targeting specific corporate wrongdoing. But getting …
In the final days of the session, it’s not Republican vs. Democrat; it’s House vs. Senate, goes an old adage at the Tennessee Capitol. The expression refers to the last-minute squabbling between the two chambers over which issues to work … Continue reading →
The City of Wichita must conduct a public hearing for a second time, another example of a long line of mistakes made by the city in the administration of its policies.
Unprecedented Grassroots Organization; 4th Congressional District stands behind King (EARLY, IA) – Congressman Steve King today announced that his campaign for re-election in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District has over 550 county co-chairs. The organization covers all 39 counties making up the district. “Iowans from every county in the 4th District are stepping up to send [...]
As society becomes more complex, reliance on voluntary market exchange becomes more — not less — important. A complex social order requires the coordination of more information than any mind or group of minds could master.
It has been an interesting year for GOP conventions in Iowa. Following plenty of chaos and shenanigans at Republican get togethers, I decided to see how the other half lives. Saturday morning, I ventured to Storm Lake for the Iowa Democrats’ Fourth District Convention. Here are my thoughts, as they happened, upon my arrival in [...]