Discover and save creative ideas

    Occupy and the 99% Opposition | The Nation

    3y Saved to political
    • Cheryl Gelling

      What’s Behind the US Embassy Protests in Egypt?

    • Jamez Verusaum

      In a letter to the Obama administration obtained by the The Nation, Ryan asked that a local clinic in his district receive a grant made possible by the Affordable Care Act.

    • Máirín Knox Veith

      Every Intelligent Voter's Guide to Electioneering Bunk | The Nation

    • Sarah Alonso

      ALEC Exposed | The Nation

    People also love

    Benghazi Bombshell: Leaked Emails Were Edited to Make Obama Look Bad

    Healthcare In America Is Already 'The Best In The World'

    "Yet another great truth I record in my verse, That some Vipers are venomous, some the reverse;" Hilaire Belloc - The Viper Hilaire Belloc - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Robert Frost reads The Road Not Taken

    Robert Frost: Lovers' Quarrel With the World (clip) - This documentary film brings to the classroom the full power of Robert Frost as he reveals his key philosophic and artistic ideas. Produced by WGBH Educational Foundation.

    three girls running abstract by Paul Grand

    North Carolina On Cusp Of Passing Worst Voter Suppression Bill In The Nation

    Hey Michigan! Bite Me!

    Selected Poems by Robert Frost

    15 Questions Atheists Are Sick Of Answering

    The Old Life, by Galway Kinnell

    Not traveling when you had the chance. | 37 Things You’ll Regret When You’re Old

    Romney's plan? Suicide for the nation.

    I COULD NOT REGISTER TO VOTE! - The Voter Identification MANDATE | Winning Progressive

    WLOS-TV: Grieving mother asks why Patrick McHenry would repeal Obamacare

    Shel Silverstein poem, Masks

    Torquato Tasso (Italian poet, Sorrento - Naples 1544 - Rome 1595) written on the staircase of a house of Polignano, “Perduto è tutto il tempo che in amor non si spende”. “Lost is all the time that you don't spend in love”

    Senator Says Employers Should Be Able To Deny Coverage To Cancer Patients Because 'Our Nation Was Based On Freedom' | ThinkProgress