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Jimmy Zuma writes the online political journal Smart v. Stupid. He also writes a weekly column for the Tucson Sentinel under the same title, and a weekly feature, DC Water Cooler, for Technorati. His beat is national politics.

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(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, May 2, 2010
SB1070 -- The Joe Arpaio Racial Profiling Protection Act The new Arizona anti-immigrant law isn't about what you think. It's even worse...
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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, May 6, 2010
Goldman Sachs: Guilty of NY Felony Gambling Law? Did Goldman Sachs violate New York's felony bookmaking law? Looks like it. If found guilty, many of the fund investors they robbed can recover their losses...
SHARE More Sharing        Monday, October 4, 2010
Why the GOP Pledge to America Bombed In many ways, the Pledge to America failed because it's old news. Republicans promise to stop healthcare, stop regulation of business, stop collecting taxes, stop old people from retiring, and stop any attempt to stop favoring the rich.
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SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Whitman High Bids for California Governor I don't think they auction jobs on Ebay, but if they did, it might look a lot like the California governor's race. Former Ebay CEO Meg Whitman has already invested $91 million of her personal fortune. "Who cares?" you might say. Well, you should. Whitman is pioneering a new model corporations can use to buy an elected office. And recently, our own Supreme Court just made buying an office much easier"