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  1. 'Worst' tax code behind corporate flight

    It's not corporate greed or a lack of patriotism that is driving American corporations overseas, as President Barack Obama contends. It's one of the worst corporate tax codes in the developed world.

  2. Do corporations have Constitutional rights?

    Thirty-nine brave men signed the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787, and cemented the foundation of our legal system, democracy and way of life for the centuries that followed.

  3. In praise of our supreme law

    Today, millions of Americans will commemorate the adoption of the foundational legal document of our nation, the U.S. Constitution.

  4. Scotland is in no position to seek independence

    The Scottish and English haven't taken up arms, as forces loyal to both nations did here last in 1746, but political voices are waging a fierce war of rhetoric leading up to Thursday's historic referendum to determine whether Scotland secedes from the Uni

  5. Beware China organ harvesting

    China carries out the second largest number of organ transplants per year in the world, and the waiting time for a vital organ there is only 1 to 4 weeks, compared to a few years here in America.

  6. Unions lead the way on equality in Michigan

    Last month, the Michigan AFL-CIO co-sponsored the 25th anniversary Michigan Pride rally at the state capitol, standing up for the rights of our state's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

  7. Burning Man lives on after fire goes out

    The streets are gone. The structures removed. But for the few remaining volunteers, most of the thousands of participants have returned to their homes from around the world. Yes, all is back to normal at this ancient lake bed, 110 miles north of Reno. Except the spirit that is the community of Burning Man 2014 lives on.

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