Squaring Obama with King’s Dream

While nearly every election cycle in recent memory has been presented as the “most important of our lifetimes,” pundits and politicians alike tell us the 2008 presidential race is one

Some Like It Raw

We have always had to have “a good reason” for doing away with small operators, and in modern times the good reason has often been sanitation, for which there is

Pole Tax Follies

In 2007, Texas’ adult entertainment industry was brought into the national spotlight when state legislators tried to levy a $5 admissions tax on all strip club patrons. Proceeds from the measure

Blank Check

It’s understandably difficult to rally Joe Six-Pack—or even Jane Starbucks—around an issue as murky as the recently ratified Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 Amendments Act of 2008; the legislation