Ron Fournier

National Journal

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Editorial Director of National Journal; co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hot Soup, an "issues-based social networking site"

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On Day Three of the government shutdown, moderate Republicans are showing signs of anger at Tea-Party colleagues who are adamant about using the government shutdown to accomplish their…

Day Three of the Government Shutdown

On Day Three of the government shutdown, moderate Republicans are showing signs of anger at Tea-Party colleagues who are adamant about using the government shutdown to accomplish their…

from To the Point

Monday's deadly attack on the Boston Marathon has penetrated the consciousness of Americans in different ways.

After Boston: The Climate of Fear

Monday's deadly attack on the Boston Marathon has penetrated the consciousness of Americans in different ways.

from To the Point

As the GOP continues to struggle to find new leadership after last year's devastating presidential campaign, President Obama continues his so-called "charm offensive" with Republicans…

Obama's Charm Offensive

As the GOP continues to struggle to find new leadership after last year's devastating presidential campaign, President Obama continues his so-called "charm offensive" with Republicans…

from To the Point

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An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting .

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American historian, writer, professor and activist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz uses her studies on indigenous peoples’ history and her work with Palestinian diplomats and the United Nations…

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