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Stuart Whatley
Stuart Whatley

Stuart Whatley is a Huffington Post Associate Blog Editor in the Washington, D.C. bureau.  Other than HuffPost, his writing has appeared in the...

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American Plutocracy: Corruption Is In the Eye of the Beholder

To many observers, the recent New Jersey corruption sting, which resulted in the arrests of three mayors, two state assemblymen and five rabbis, seems rather surreal for the American social and political fabric.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009 READ MORE


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The Capitalist Hagiography Has Little Room for Saints

Perhaps the most enervating element of the BP-Deepwater Horizon disaster is its eerie familiarity—the sheer, inexorable predictability of it all.

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Congress Scrambles in Wake of Court’s Campaign Finance Ruling

When the Supreme Court handed down its Citizens United v. FEC ruling in January, it did more to sound the alarm on special interest money in politics than any campaign finance reformer could have dreamed.

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The Fat Line Between Free Speech and Defamation

When criticized, many followers of one faith or another mistakenly perceive a personal attack, and tend to elevate the sacredness of their own individual beliefs at the expense of universal free expression, thus sullying the discourse before it can even begin.

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The Tea Party Movement Is a National Embarrassment

At its core, the tea party movement is rife with contradiction, incoherence and a willful contempt for facts or reason. It is but a parody of the legitimate movements for which American democracy has historically been held in such high regard.

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Stuart Whatley
Stuart Whatley

Stuart Whatley is a Huffington Post Associate Blog Editor in the Washington, D.C. bureau.  Other than HuffPost, his writing has appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Guardian, The American Prospect, Free Inquiry and other outlets.

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