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Dyson: Bernie Is Surging Because He's Bringing Secret Socialists 'Out Of The Closet'

Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson asserted over the weekend that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) had an unexpected amount of support because socialist policies are secretly very popular with voters. During...Show More Summary

Michael Eric Dyson: Bernie Sanders is surging because there’s ‘a little bit of socialist’ in everybody

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Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson asserted over the weekend that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) had an unexpected amount of support because socialist policies are secretly very popular with voters. During a Sunday panel discussion on ABC’s This Week,...

State Regulations for Indoor Tanning Could Lead to a National Regulatory Framework

A national regulatory framework designed to prevent and limit indoor tanning is needed to alleviate the cancer burden and reduce the billions in financial costs from preventable skin cancer, say two Georgetown University public health experts.

Are Hedge Funds Worth More Than Kindergartens?

by Keith Weiner "The top 25 hedge fund managers made more than all the kindergarten teachers in the country," declared President Obama in a discussion of poverty at Georgetown University. Calling them “society’s lottery winners,” he proposed to hike their taxes. Show More Summary

This former FBI negotiator thinks fat people are being held hostage by food

Chris Voss is one of the most famous FBI negotiators in recent history, but not because of his career in law enforcement. Voss, now an adjunct professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, uses his 24 years of experience...Show More Summary

An Open Letter to President Obama

Dear President Obama, I write this letter in response to your May 12 visit to Georgetown University where, in a so-called religious setting, you urged conservatives and liberals to unify

Who Said It: Fox News or Jesus?

During a broad conversation on how to overcome poverty at Georgetown University last week, President Barack Obama made a few comments about how Fox News talks about poor people. Here's what he said: ... over the last 40 years, sadly, I think there's been an effort to either make folks mad at folks at the top, or to be mad at folks at the bottom. Show More Summary

Georgetown Basketball: Class of 2015 in review

With Georgetown University’s graduation ceremony taking place this past weekend, the departure of the Georgetown basketball program’s four seniors has finally become a reality. Jabril Trawick, Mikael Hopkins, Aaron Bowen, and Tyler Adams’...Show More Summary

Director Discusses Encryption, Patriot Act Provisions

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FBI Director James Comey spoke to legal professionals and scholars this week at the American Law Institute and Georgetown University Law Center about cyber threats and the FBI’s abilities to counter and investigate those evolving threats.

Barack Obama’s ‘Lottery Winners’

Last week, President Obama held a summit on poverty at Georgetown University. There, he explained that unrest in major American cities could be traced not to lack of values, but

CL named as finalist for five AAN awards

The all-knowing judges of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia's annual awards — the Georgetown University Master's in Professional Studies Program in Journalism — have named Creative Loafing as a finalist in five categories, pitting your humble scribes and designers against some of the top alt media in the country. Show More Summary

An Open Letter to President Obama

Eric Allie / Cagle Cartoons By Susan Stamper Brown Dear President Obama, I write this letter in response to your May 12 visit to Georgetown University where, in a so-called religious setting, you urged conservatives and liberals to unify to fight poverty. Show More Summary

My Open Letter to President Obama

I write this letter in response to your May 12 visit to Georgetown University where, in a so-called religious setting, you urged conservatives and liberals to unify to fight poverty.

‘Just Asking’

In a recent panel discussion on poverty at Georgetown University, President Barack Obama gave another demonstration of his mastery of rhetoric — and disregard of reality. One of the ways

Mr. President, Don’t Scapegoat Private Schools

It is not often I get a chance to latch on to someone as high profile as the President of the United States saying that public schools “draw us together.” But in his appearance at Georgetown University a couple of days ago, President...Show More Summary

The College Majors With The Highest Starting Salaries [Infographic]

Which college graduates earn the most money right out of school? If you want to earn serious cash in your first job, you should study architecture or engineering. Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce analyzed Census Bureau data to determine which college majors earn the most money right after [...]

Hedge fund land is totally bored with Obama's latest attack

Obama can bash hedge funds, but they won't bat an eye. Earlier this week President Obama complained about how much hedge fund managers make at a discussion on poverty at Georgetown University, and advocated for a higher tax on the fees they collect. "The top 25 hedge fund managers made more than all the kindergarten teachers in the country," he said. Show More Summary

At Georgetown, Obama Masquerading Again as Bipartisan

I watched President Obama’s remarks on poverty at Georgetown University, and several things stood out to me, apart from his umpteenth swipe at Fox News. Obama sometimes makes statements that

Exposing Obama's Flimsy Bipartisan Masquerade at Georgetown University

I watched President Obama's remarks on poverty at Georgetown University, and several things stood out to me, apart from his umpteenth swipe at Fox News.

What Portion of Our Collective Wealth Are We Willing to Invest So People Can Succeed?

That is the question President Obama posed at the Georgetown University Catholic-Evangelical Summit on Overcoming Poverty on May 12. It was a fascinating discussion -- not least because it was a discussion, with the president exchanging views with two scholars and replying to questions by moderator E.J. Show More Summary

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