Oct 31, 2011

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October 31, 2011

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David Strathairn: Stop Keystone XL
PETER ROTHBERG | The celebrated actor explains why he's coming to Washington, DC on November 6 to join a symbolically powerful encircling of the White House.
The 'War on Halloween': A Trick or a Treat for Conservatives?
LESLIE SAVAN | The right wing must decide if candy corn is cursed by demons, or blessed enough to send to Gretchen Carlson.
Letter From Iraq: As the US Military Withdraws, Sectarian Tensions Continue to Smolder
DAVID ENDERS | Iraqis overwhelmingly support the end of the US occupation. But they still suffer from the divisions it engendered.
What Should Be Done About Campaign Finance?
JAMELLE BOUIE | Restricting the flow of money doesn't work. So what comes next?
House Democrats Upset With Supercommittee Negotiations
GEORGE ZORNICK | While the supercommittee pursues a "grand bargain" on deficit reduction, progressive members of the House are speaking out against deep cuts.

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