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  • Yesterday, Barack Obama was in Shaker Heights, Ohio, to deliver his awful class-war speech again.

    A House Divided

  • Before last week, he seemed to believe he could dodge a class-war battle by not proposing a cut in tax rates.

    The Gingrich Challenge

  • Strapping themselves to the President's class-war, blame-Congress strategy is a high-risk political gamble that could help to elect more GOP Senate challengers.

    The 'Go Big' Illusion

  • His query about Mr. Romney's proposal for a cut in capital gains taxes only for those who make less than $200,000 sent the former Massachusetts governor into his own class-war mode.

    Debate Impressions

  • Tom Morello is out with a new single, Union Town, and HuffPost Hill loves the class-war rage pouring through the acoustic strings -- with proceeds from his upcoming album going to support the labor movement.

    HUFFPOST HILL - McConnell Fights Fire With Arcane Legislative Tactics

  • But readers preferred more ravaging and less class-war moralizing in their books.

    Poetry Defeats Politics

  • Means testing will ultimately undermine the broad support that these programs have enjoyed, and it will drag Social Security and Medicare into the class-war trenches where they will die a slow death.

    Any Medicare Change Must Be Seen as Fair

  • The real message of Mr. Obama's class-war riff in Annandale is that the next people he will ask to pay a little bit more are middle class voters.

    Obama's Tax Max

  • To bring your class-war politics to sport is beyond contempt, considering how much effort is made by many sports to increase participation by young people in this country.

    England cricket team: Let's roar triumphantly | Observer editorial

  • You will need to temper the class-war foul language in the bit that followed that.

    The budget: Of rhetoric and reality | Editorial

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  • Flashy as in"His shirt was so zooty it made my eyes spin!"

    July 22, 2009