Articles by Milligan, Susan
Both parties focused on political posturing rather than real solutions on tax cuts, deficit, and debt.
The work of the commission is an important impetus for action.
What do we do to people in government and public life that squelches the talents they bring to the job?
People have lost the ability to distinguish between speaking truth to power and being irresponsible.
Turkey pardoning, though contrived, is a welcome respite from the seriousness of the rest of the year.
Many Americans are a bit late, and a bit selective, in their reaction to privacy violations.
Who cares if Bristol Palin wins?
Her apparent re-election offers a glimmer of hope for whatever electoral structure will emerge.
Republican lawmakers’ behavior suggests they see Obama as an equal, but as president he outranks them.
Banning earmarks isn't really about fiscal policy; it's about delivering a voter-appeasing message.