The Advocate endorses President Obama, Vanity Fair investigates Mitt Romney, and more. (More)
For this weekend’s reading list, we have an inspiring endorsement of President Obama by LGBT magazine The Advocate, an investigation of Mitt Romney’s off-shore tax havens, an account of the history of the GOP voter fraud charade, an evaluation of how health care reform will save money for state and local governments, and a nuanced take on President Obama’s national security policies.
In Obama We Trust – An inspiring endorsement of President Obama by The Advocate, the oldest continuously published LGBT magazine in the U.S., which has not endorsed a Presidential candidate in decades.
Where the Money Lives – an in-depth investigation of the off-shore accounts in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Switzerland, and other countries where Mitt Romney stashes his fortune.
The Dog That Voted and Other Election Fraud Yarns – an interesting overview of the GOP’s decade long effort to gin up fake voter fraud controversies in order to enact laws that are intended to suppress the vote of Democratic-leaning groups.
The Impact of Health Insurance Reform on State and Local Governments – a study finding that health care reform would save state and local governments billions of dollars per year by reducing spending related to uncompensated care
Obama and Terror: The Hovering Question – a nuanced evaluation of the Obama Administration’s record on national security, civil liberties, and the rule of law, which concludes that President Obama has notably “steered clear of the politics of fear,” but unfortunately, has also too often “steered clear of the politics of defending our ideals” on national security issues.