Mickey Kaus

Political Commentator and Author

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Mickey Kaus is a political commentator and the author of The End of Equality. A former blogger for Newsweek, Slate and the Daily Caller, he now blogs at KausFiles. He was also a former candidate for the Democratic nomination for Senate against then-incumbent Barbara Boxer.

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At least one Alabama Republican has revealed that he did NOT vote for the GOP nominee -- Roy Moore. And this wasn't just any voter but Alabama's other Senator -- Richard Shelby.

Waiting on Alabama

At least one Alabama Republican has revealed that he did NOT vote for the GOP nominee -- Roy Moore. And this wasn't just any voter but Alabama's other Senator -- Richard Shelby.

from One Year Later

Is a ready supply of immigrant workers keeping the working class from fatter paychecks -- or are other factors at play?

Are immigrants driving down the wages of American workers?

Is a ready supply of immigrant workers keeping the working class from fatter paychecks -- or are other factors at play?

from One Year Later

Wins for Democrats, trouble for Roy Moore, and a look at the year that was.

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Wins for Democrats, trouble for Roy Moore, and a look at the year that was.

from Left, Right & Center

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Critics of Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan say it’s unfair to people who already paid off their debts, and that it could add to already surging inflation.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Panelists discuss how abortion policies are advancing nationally, and why the politics are so divisive. Plus, are Americans ready to move on from debating the pandemic and the Jan.

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Health codes and food regulations used to be so complex that many vendors on California sidewalks and at beaches couldn’t get permits. It all changes thanks to Gov.

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Columbia Law School professor Kathryn Judge talks to Robert Scheer about the exploitation of monster behemoth retail companies revealed in her new book “Direct.”

from Scheer Intelligence

The City of LA will open the Section 8 housing voucher waitlist next month.

from Greater LA

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón vows to run for a second term, saying he feels vindicated after surviving two recall campaigns against him.

from KCRW Features

Despite crowds, some businesses on the Venice Beach Boardwalk say inflation and the end of stimulus checks mean summer visitors aren’t spending like they used to.

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Polio cases have been identified in New York City, London, and Israel. But as long as you’re vaccinated, you should be protected, says UCSF’s Dr. Peter Chin-Hong.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

CODEPINK founders Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans are rare voices of conscience confronting the bipartisan warmongers.

from Scheer Intelligence