America’s obsession with the Constitution affects modern American politics
On the Newsstand:Tea Party
The HPR's team of US writers debates the various divisions plaguing the Select Committee on Deficit Reduction.
The looming failure of the committee to accomplish anything is due to systemic partisan voting.
Many lawmakers realize that the people that donate to them see "tax" as a dirty word.
HPR reports from Van Jones' address at the JFK Jr. Forum.
The HPR reports from the epicenter of the #Occupy movement.
The American Tea Party evidently does not have a monopoly on “grassroots populism and radical rhetoric” according to Crimson writer Tarina Quraishi. A new anti-corruption movement in India closely parallels the Tea Party, from charismatic leaders to protesters in peculiar garb. As Quaraishi suggests, these two movements signal important changes in the two nations’ political climates. Read the full article ... Read More
Critics claim the Tea Party is not a viable force in the political lexicon long-term. Naji Filali has some friendly advice for changing that.
Tea Party members consider themselves "workers" above all else. We've been down this road before...
Obama's budget proposal is the best we are likely to get.