National Journal

Jul 29

Grover Norquist, the newest burner. 

Grover Norquist, the newest burner. 

From our friends at The Atlantic // Aren’t Little Free Libraries the most delightful things? 

From our friends at The Atlantic // Aren’t Little Free Libraries the most delightful things? 

Jul 28

Go ahead, ruffle some feathers. 

Go ahead, ruffle some feathers. 

“The discussion too often ends where it began: with privileged, mostly white women at the forefront.” — npr's Michel Martin for our Women in Washington cover story

Jul 27

"I don’t want my white colleagues to ‘check’ their privilege. I want them to use it—their networks, their assets, their relationships—to form a united front with women of color, and to help improve things for all of us." — NPR’s Michel Martin from our Women in Washington issue.
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"I don’t want my white colleagues to ‘check’ their privilege. I want them to use it—their networks, their assets, their relationships—to form a united front with women of color, and to help improve things for all of us." — NPR’s Michel Martin from our Women in Washington issue.

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Jul 25

“Marijuana has been called ‘the sleeper issue of 2016’ and something that’s only going to get bigger. As a libertarian senator, Paul has long been in favor of decriminalization and is quite clearly the most pro-reform Republican 2016 contender on the issue of marijuana.” — Rand Paul might persuade some new voters to go Republican in 2016. 

Jul 23

Rep. John Dingell’s twitter is the best twitter.

Jul 21

“I need to go weird on this headline. No one’s going to click on it.” — #journalism, right? 

“This is equivalent to living in a house for 60 years and somebody comes in and says, ‘I’m going to take away your property, your land, because I don’t like the style of the house.’” — Chap Petersen, founder of the “Redskins Pride Caucus.”

Obama on Ukraine’s pro-Russia separatists: “What are they trying to hide?” 

Obama on Ukraine’s pro-Russia separatists: “What are they trying to hide?”