Laura Rozen reports on national security as a senior correspondent for The American Prospect.
What does TAP stand for?
TAP stands for The American Prospect
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This claim about ideological labeling was strongly challenged in The American Prospect by the Stanford linguist Geoffrey Nunberg, but Nunberg's findings may have been skewed by use of a limited news database and by lumping together news stories and opinion columns.
Kuttner, co-editor of" The American Prospect, continued: "In principle, deregulation of the power industry was supposed to use the discipline of free markets to generate just the right amount of electricity at the right price.