Chuck Pugh

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Jimmy Carter Is Correct That the U.S. Is No Longer a Democracy

On July 28, Thom Hartmann interviewed former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, and, at the very end of his show (as if this massive question were merely an afterthought), asked him his opinion of the 2010 Citizens United decision and the 2014 McCutcheon decision, both decisions by the five Republican …

I taste a liquor never brewed

<b>"I taste a liquor never brewed"</b> is a lyrical poem written by Emily Dickinson first published in the <i>Springfield Daily Republican</i> of 4 May 1861 from a …

In Her Steps (by Russell Hunter)

Remember as days get colder animals are attracted to the warmth of cars so check wheel arches or other hiding places

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Alto Coca Fire Mountain, Ecuador



Ancient Bristlecone Sunset (Pinus longaeva)

Great photo from our archives: hikers stand near the top of a natural rock bridge on Mt. Rainier, Washington, May 1963. For more photos like this one, visit Found: (Photo by Barry Bishop)

The Wayward Traveler

The Living Seen Through The Dead (Bristlecones)

Huangshan - China

Sunrise in the snowy woods

Sunset in the Alps

The Return of the Welfare Queen

Republicans see class warfare as a winning message, but they risk hurting the blue-collar whites the party depends on.<p>LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The welfare queen, she has risen.<p>Spawned by Ronald Reagan to turn blue-collar whites against the Democratic Party, then buried by Bill Clinton with a law "ending …

Government Watchdog: We Have a Growing Federal Prison 'Crisis'

The Justice Department's Inspector General is out with his year-end review of federal law enforcement efforts. Its language is diplomatic but the message is clear: The feds need to do better, much better, on many fronts.<p>The Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General published Friday its …

America's Wealth Is Staggeringly Concentrated in the Northeast Corridor